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Writings on the Wall

Writings on the Wall

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... By k00l_0ff Updated Mar 12

What started out as a plot to end a family rivalry turned into so much more. 

The McKinneys and the Simmons have had eyes filled with contempt turned on each other for years, down to the birth of Scott and Teresa. The pair became two friends destined to become lovers despite their family disputes and a slight complexion disparity.

Scott is white and Teresa is black. 

They both knew there would always be a line of division between them. No matter how close they became. They begin to wonder how much they can close that gap, but the closer they get, the more their surroundings become eruptive and violent. 

What did they expect? 

They were lived in one of the most explosive places in America: Birmingham, Alabama; during a dark period of history known to many as the Civil Rights Movement.

 Scott and Teresa have a lot to learn about love, hardships, and sacrifice. But how can their relationship survive when all that is around them is hatred?

JustAnAri JustAnAri Jan 08
It really does! It's like the only reason I could learn it so easily in fifth grade.
hey_its_oriealla hey_its_oriealla Sep 06, 2016
Why does this book remind me so much of the movie hairspray?
k00l_0ff k00l_0ff Sep 28, 2016
Yeah. She's a Ethiopian-Canadian model actually. Her name is Senait Godey @daddyknxk
hey_its_oriealla hey_its_oriealla Sep 06, 2016
Not the characters and plot but for an odd reason, I don't know why.
superblycrafted superblycrafted Aug 31, 2016
She's lynching Troy by judging him without even knowing him...
k00l_0ff k00l_0ff Jun 18, 2015
Thank you so much
                              I'm sorry I didn't see this until now @maereader