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Best Friend’s Daughter

By Tod Mill

Copyright@2017 by Tod Mill

Smashwords Edition

This book is a work of fiction and any resemblance to persons, living or dead, or places, events or locales is purely coincidental.

It is intended only for adults over the age of 18 and all characters are represented as 18 or over.







The graduation was nothing other than successful. Mary had not expected so many people to show up at her graduation. And to think that she had not called that many people. To her, a graduation was almost a normal thing. So what? She had her degree and had to wear a huge robe for it. What then was she supposed to do after that? Life was going to go on whether it was a big deal or not. But the people around her did not think along those lines.

They came in large numbers. Suddenly she was the star of the show. She was the girl who got her degree. In all fairness, a degree for Mary was a huge deal. This was because she would be the first woman and person in her family to get a degree. She was smart, that was no doubt. Not to say that people in her family were not smart. Her father owned five companies. Her mother had a company of her own and her brothers were doing well in business.

None of them, however, had gone on to attain a degree in anything. All they wanted to do was to do business. Mary had, however, decided that she was first going to get a degree before venturing into business. So her father and mother and brothers had brought their friends and family to the occasion. T was the right thing to do by them because they were proud of her and wanted her to feel proud that she had acquired a degree.


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