Friday, October 05, 2007

Enticing Mr. Wrong - Ch. 56.1

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5 comments:

Tonia said...

Bombs over Enfield!
Where did that girl get a bomb? I wouldn't want to be on the bad side of an unsaved Aisha! I hope she doesn't kill someone he the explosion.

I am sooo glad Aisha got saved. Isn't perfect that Jarret was the one to help lead her?

Tonia said...

What I meant to say, not where did she get the bomb? but why?
I understand wanting to stop product on the drugs she thinks killed her brother but did she even think she might kill someone in the explosion? Someone else's sister could suffer the lost of a brother or a cousin,.

Suprina said...

Tonia: Though this is telling the story, I want you to know Aisha took great pains to make sure that NO ONE would be in that building. That's why she scoped out the place. It is also why she paid special attention to Bonz's activities while she was with him.

Here's the real spoiler now:

1. Right before every shipment, lab workers are given 2 days off. Why? Because once that shipment comes in, they will be working around the clock to process those drugs just right (according to Bonz's specific instructions) before they hit the streets.

2. Aisha knows Bonz's dedication to getting that shipment processed just right and she knew when his next shipment was. All she had to plant a bomb to destroy the lab on a day and during hours that NO ONE would be there.

Hope that answers your questions.

Carrie said...

Hold my mule...I gotta get my shout on...Hallelujah! the angels in heaven signed my girls name in the book.I agree, no matter what the outcome she did a foolish thing with the bomb. She didn't consider the consequences of her actions. Vengence is truly a terrible thing to take into your own hands. And although God forgives us, we still have to accept his chastising. I knew this was going to bite her where it hurts.

I enjoyed reading "Why we all need a Savior", it was awsome. And Aishas actions proves why.

Suprina said...

Carrie: I'm glad you read that article. It blessed me, too.