To be Guilty of Love
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Teen & Young Adult
To be Guilty of Love novel is a romance story about Savannah Gardner and Emmett Quaker. You can read this novel online on Bravonovel
“I won't marry him!” Savannah Gardner's loud voice resonated in the Avery residence. “You have no other choice. Savannah, I'll be honest with you. You must take Sydney's place and marry into the Quaker family,” commanded Savannah's father, Sean Avery, sternly. “Savannah, just say yes and help Sydney out. Emmett Quaker is intellectually disabled. If Sydney marries that fool, she'll be doomed for the rest of her life!” Her mother, Nina Sparrow, came over and cajoled nicely. Meanwhile, her brother, Ford Avery, had his legs crossed on the white leather sofa in the living room. “Dad, Mom, why bother? Just tie her up and bring her over to the Quaker family. She should consider herself lucky to replace Sydney and marry someone rich like Emmett. After all, she's just a country bumpkin.” Hearing their words, Savannah felt her blood turn cold. “Why do you keep siding with Sydney? Do you seriously adore her that much? I'm sorry to break the news, but excuse me, I'm actually your biological daughter! She's the adopted daughter! Have you forgotten how her parents deliberately exchanged us back then? I'm an Avery, and she should've been that country bumpkin!” Yes, Savannah Gardner was indeed born into the Avery family. After spending eighteen years in the countryside as an orphan, Savannah only found out she wasn't an orphan when she was accepted into university. When she was born, a couple from the countryside purposely exchanged her with their own daughter and abandoned her at an orphanage. The horrible couple later died in a car crash when she was eighteen. In the process of going through their identities, the police discovered their actions eighteen years ago and traced them back to her and her parents from the Avery family. The Avery family did take her back after that. But because the couple was dead, Brian and Nina could not possibly “return” Sydney back. Besides, she had always been with the Avery family all this while, and she was treated like their own, so they decided to let Sydney stay with them. Meanwhile, Savannah used to be an orphan, so she was elated to be reunited with her family. Dreaming of a happily ever after, Savannah vowed to treat Sydney as her own sister. After all, Sydney was innocent and couldn't be blamed for her parents' crime. To her dismay, when Savannah returned to the Avery family, her dad was certain that she was a boorish country bumpkin and refused to change her last name to Avery legally. He didn't even inform the public about her and continued treating Sydney as his own daughter instead. As for Nina, she would often urge Savannah to give in to Sydney. Her reason was that the latter had lost her parents, so they should make it up to her. In the end, Savannah was the one who had to suck it up. Meanwhile, her brother, Ford, kept mocking her for being a yodel from the countryside. She was his biological sister, but he couldn't stop criticizing her like she was the worst person in the world. It was as if she meant nothing to him at all. Sydney Avery, however, was something else. After taking over Savannah's identity for eighteen years, she was determined to keep her place in the Avery family. Hence, in order to graduate from college successfully and satisfy her ego, Sydney had a plan - a plan so evil that it would tear Savannah apart and make sure that she stayed beneath her...
Book Type: Digital
Keywords: To be Guilty of Love, Savannah Gardner, Emmett Quaker, novel, romance fiction
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