Eight-year-old Mackenzie Goode has a sense of humor that always gets her into trouble. But in third grade, she makes the ultimate promise to herself: no more mistakes. Mistakes are for babies and the last huge mistake she made, back in second grade, caused her a forever grounding and to see a look in her parents' eyes she never wants to see again: disappointment. When the principal of the school visits Mac's class as a mystery reader, Mackenzie's will is tested. Instead of listening to the principal read, Mac sings her best friend, Cheese, a song she makes up about their friendship. Right in the middle of class!
Mac winds up in the worst sort of trouble! The see-you-after-school kind of trouble. The grounded-for-life kind of trouble. The kind of trouble that is sure to create that look in her parents' eyes she was trying so hard to avoid. Fixing this sort of mistake won't be easy, but with the help of Cheese (and her parents) Mac tries.
Eight-year-old Mackenzie Goode is at it again. Even when she tries to make it up to her parents for making mistakes, she can't seem to avoid the inevitable: making mistakes. When Mac decides to surprise her parents with breakfast in bed, a full on food festival complete with pancakes, toast, and a song, the worst kind of trouble ensues. Despite the efforts of her best friend, Cheese, the kitchen becomes an A-1, top-notch, disaster area and it turns out, instead of doing the surprising, Mac gets the surprise of her life.
But Mac isn't the only one who has to apologize for her mishaps. It turns out fixing mistakes is grown-up work too.
Grandpa, Bibi, Yeye and Grann . . .
Jamal met Conterra, Cassandra, and Regina having lunch at a sidewalk café across the street from the old warehouse being renovated. He introduced himself as a businessperson and proprietor of the new exquisite restaurant soon to be open. He gave them invitations to the grand opening. Please visit www.wilhospublishing.comUnaware of his extensive criminal background, a friendship developed between the four. Jamal and Conterra developed an intimate relationship soon after learning of her 4.5 million dollar divorce settlement. Jamal made long and sweet love to her in his master bedroom while video recording all angles of this passionate moment, knowing that soon he would have control of her mind and fortune. Conterra is a key suspect after Jamal was murdered by a rival henchman. Regina, Cassandra, and an attorney from Chicago set out to prove her innocence. They face the wrath of hurricane Allison and walking through dark infested tunnels with obese green eye rats when searching for the murder weapon. Conterra is eventually vindicated of the murder, but has to deal with Jamal's child, who is possessed with his father evil spirits. All ends well after an exorcism is performed to rid the child of his father's evil spirits. During a visit to Jamal's office, Cassandra is caught in an unexpected sexual experience with Jamal. She too is carrying his baby. Conterra never knew that Jamal was also the father of Cassandra's son. Regina has kept this a secret for twelve years to protect their bonded friendship. Please visit www.wilhospublishing.com for music, excerpts, sound effects, and descriptive screenplay scenes of "A Passionate Mistake."
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