Forbidden Red Letters

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: War and Military  |  House: Booksie Classic


Talia Woods is a girl that is misunderstood and taken advantaged of by her family except by her brother Will who went to the Army. One day when Talia was talking to her brother he grabs her and
takes her back to Texas. When they get to Texas her brother enrolls her into the local high school. One day in class Talia is given an assignment to write to a army soldier who is in the Red River
Army Depot. She is chosen to write to her brother's Chief in Command who was once married to his high school sweetheart. Being that her brother's Chief in Command is 10 years older than her. The
two continue to write until feelings come up. Will Talia be able to find someone who loves her for her or will she fall into a spiraling depression?

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The Best of Me and Then Love Found Me

Submitted: March 15, 2013

Na'imah Woods is a girl that is misunderstood and taken advantaged of by her family except by her brother Will who went to the Army. Oneday when Na'imah was talking to her brother he grabs her and takes her back to Texas. When they get to Texas Will enrolls her into the local high school. Oneday in class Na'imah is given an assignment to write to a army soldier who is in the Red River Army Depot. Her secret admierer who writes back to her in the letter enagage in a friendly friendship thus with them still writing to one another which turns into love. Read Chapter

Starting Over and flashbacks and Unexpected Company

Submitted: December 10, 2013

Na'imah's Pov Since Will came back while dad and the family were on an outing I was free to cook anything I wanted so I took adv... Read Chapter

Child Social Services and a lot of Hell, and A New Beginning

Submitted: December 10, 2013

When the family got the shock of their lives they realized who was at the door. Kellan said," Is anyone going to invite me in or am I gon... Read Chapter

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