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Love Was The Excuse

Sinelisiwe Sibeko

Publisher: Sinelisiwe Sibeko

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''Toxic relationships are not always made up of psychopaths or people with psychological conditions or symptomalolgy. Toxic relationships can be made up of good people with bad relations.''
 
The story is set in Durban at the University of KwaZulu Natal during the years of 2015 to 2017 when Liyana Khumalo moves to Durban for her first year at the University of KwaZulu Natal. During her usual library sessions, she meets Ncumolewthu Zungu. She is extremely taken by him and although thier stare lasted longer than it should have , they quickly regarded their meeting as a random encounter with little meaning.Little did Liyana know that, that encounter would be the beginning of a whirlwind.

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