His Destiny

His Destiny

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When they pulled up to his mom’s house, Destiny was the first one out. She was dead tired and just wanted to nap. “My babies! I’m so glad you all made it.” Caroline met them on the porch. “Hey, ma.” Adonis hugged her and then Destiny hugged her before she took the baby out of her hand. “Look at granny’s baby,” she cooed over AJ. “But I thought I was your baby, granny,” Serenity pouted. “You sure are my baby. Come give me some love, sugar.” Caroline loved her grandbabies. “Oh my goodness, he looks just like you, Des.” “I know right. All he has of his daddy is skin tone,” Destiny replied. “Well y’all come on in here.” They went inside. “Where is Tamara?” Adonis asked about his sister. “She’s at work but she’ll be here later,” Caroline replied as she kissed all over AJ’s face. “Oh ok.” He responded. “Adonis take y’all stuff to the guestroom and you know ReRe has her own room here now ‘cause I want to start getting her during the summers,” she said, referring to Serenity by the nickname she had given her. “Nah, I’m getting a hotel room. Des and the kids are staying here with y’all.” Caroline looked at him like he had grown two heads. “And why the hell can’t you stay here with your family?” His mom still didn’t know that he had a new girlfriend. It was now or never. “My girlfriend coming up here to kick it with me,” he sort of mumbled. Even though he was a grown man, his mothers’ opinion mattered. “What the hell did you just say?” Caroline only cursed when she was pissed. “Look ma, not now okay.” He let out a frustrated sigh. He knew how much his family liked Destiny but they had to accept the fact that they weren’t together. “So you brought Destiny and my grandbabies up here knowing your girlfriend was coming too?” “Yeah, man. But it’s not even like that. I invited my girl before I knew Des was coming.” Adonis felt like a little kid who was being reprimanded by his mother. “Well, the minute you found out Des was coming, you should have canceled that other chick.” Caroline was so disgusted by her son that she got up and left the room. “Look, I didn’t know coming here would cause problems. I was just trying to make it better for AJ.” Destiny was apologetic. “Nah, Des, you good, ma. But I need to go take care of something. I’ll be back later.” He stood to leave. “Okay.” Destiny hated to see him leave because she knew he was going to meet up with Nikki. Yeah, she was actually jealous.show more

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  • Paperback | 294 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 17.02mm | 508.02g
  • Createspace Independent Pub
  • English
  • 1508767661
  • 9781508767664