Chapter 13: Chapter 13 - Date Night, First Fight (Revised)
Great updates! I'm so ready for Diya to tell her family to go to hell,. Diya you're a grown woman stop worrying about what your family would think of you and Brandon's relationship! That's what frustrates me about her. I'm also tired of her allowing her father to run her life it's aggravating also that she holds in her feelings about Brandon running to Marisol's beck and call. Some of her sisters are b*****s and need to be put in their places. She just need to get away from her family. It's bad enough she works with them, goes to church with them, family dinners blah blah blah they seem very stuck up and aggravating. Anyway can't wait for what happens next!
Thanks for reviewing and sharing your thoughts, Janez91! Diya's family is who they are, and how she reacts to them is what it is. Beyond her sex life, she's not concerned about what her father or the rest of her family thinks. She's worried about what they'll DO--a concern history has proved more than valid. As for her allowing her father to run her life, that's open to interpretation. He is her boss and, therefore, retains a certain amount of control over her professional life. But that's the only control she GIVES him. The rest he takes. So far, he hasn't done anything egregious enough (in her mind) to justify cutting him out of her life. But that, like all things, is subject to change.
As for Diya's silence on the subject of Marisol, she has her reasons. Brandon is big on trust, and he and Marisol have been friends for fourteen years compared to his and Diya's two months. Admitting her feelings about how much of Brandon's time Marisol consumes could very quickly and easily backfire on Diya, not to mention add guilt to an already overburdened Brandon. For the moment, she doesn't deem the honesty worth it. The question is, how long will tha last?
Thanks agains, Janez91! The next chapter is in the works.
Reviewer: Janez91 Signed
Date: January 04 2016