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My daughter, your daughter too. They’ll cry. No matter why, breathe. Listen. Solve when asked.
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Chapter 1: My Ex is Voldemort “Daisy never expected me to change.” Maybe I said Daisy’s name like a curse word or like ‘Voldemort’, but I knew it riled her up and I needed to hear her make a fuss about me one more time. It was starting to feel like she really didn’t want […]
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