Michele Ceron Is the Author of Cape Heights

Michele Ceron is 43 years old and lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia with her husband Daniel and her cat Lila. An esthetician and a colon hydro therapist by trade, from childhood Michele had a knack for creative writing and a passion for daytime tv soap operas. Ever since she was a kid, she always wanted to be a soap opera writer. In 2003 Cape Heights originated as an online soap opera role play written by Michele and a handful of other writers. In 2006 the soap died out and Michele started writing Cape Heights again on her own in 2018. Five volumes have been published so far and there are many more to come!


Cape Heights (Volume 1) Written by Michele Ceron

Scene from Cape Heights Volume 1 Episode 4 Scene 6:

Scene 6: Terrence’s Office


He folds his arms across his chest, trying to hold back his contempt at the sight of Devon in his office, she already came in guns blazing. “I should have known. What do you want, Devon?”


She steps further into the office, looking Terry dead cold in the eyes. “You know what I want, Terry. I am here for my daughter. I want to be a part of her life.”


“Raya is not your daughter, Devon.”


Raising her voice and pointing her finger in Terrence’s face. “Who the hell are you to tell me that I DON’T HAVE A DAUGHTER? That little girl came from MY WOMB! SHE IS HALF ME!”


Feeling extremely uncomfortable and having always been Switzerland in her parents feuding, Keisha meekly speaks up. “Ok I am just going to step out for right now, I think I will go find Adrian.” She very quickly escapes for the door.


Raising his voice as well “She stopped being your daughter the day you REFUSED to stop USING her as a donor and the courts agreed with me!!!!! As far as I am concerned, you ceased to be her mother when you would not see her for the individual that she is, and not a body part factory!!!!”


“Jackass!” She slaps him across the face. “Don’t you EVER talk to me like that! The truth is, Terry, you cut me out of her life! You even had her legally disowned from me. What kind of person does that? I don’t know what happened to you! That man is not the man that I married!”


The slap stung quite a bit, she got him good. But he stood stoically, unwavering in his conviction. “And what kind of mother uses her own child! And then leaves the country! Keisha didn’t even want her sister to be used for her like that! But you….you never had any guilt, any shame! What happened to the woman I used to love? That Devon had a heart!”


Tears started to well up in her eyes. “Who are you to say I never felt any guilt? I am not the cold hearted one here, Terry. I am back, and I am going to see my daughter, I am going to spend time with my daughter.”


“You are not allowed! You have no rights to her! She is not your child in the eyes of the law!”


“Well the law got it wrong! She needs a mother!”


Scoffing at her “Oh NOW you want to be a mother? She already has a mother. Claudia has stepped in to fill that role for you.”


Her eyes widening and making a wince “Claudia? Claudia is NOT her mother, she is her Auntie!”


“Well she has been doing a fantastic job, taking your place! She is the only mother Raya has ever really known!”


Leaning over his desk, pointing her finger in his face “Let me tell you something, Terrence Edison Emerson. I WILL see my daughter. We can do this the easy way, or we can do it the hard way. Either you can voluntarily let me see her, or I will take you to court, again. You have until Sunday night to let me know. If by then you still refuse to let me see her, you will be hearing from my attorney Monday morning. And this time I have the best custody attorney on the west coast on my retainer!” Before he can reply, she turns around and leaves his office, slamming his door as hard as she can.

Links to the rest of Michele Ceron’s series.



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