Content warning: This chapter contains violent visuals, descriptions of violence, and visible blood in a few pictures. Please tread with care.

The door to Enzo’s father’s study slammed shut with an ominous thud. Enzo breathed deeply, supressing the desire to run away. He had made his decision when he sent the painting to Ms. Antonini, but it didn’t mean he looked forward to this part. It took inhuman strength to turn around and face Fabrizio and his friends.

Fabrizio looked around the room at all the paintings, squinting as though any moment now, either of them would magically transform into the coveted van der Ast. Finally, he turned to Enzo.

“Well?” he said. “Where is it?”

Enzo took a deep breath. “You’ll find it at Leandra Antonini’s house.”

The silence in the room was so heavy, you could cut it with a knife. Apart from the faint sounds of conversations outside, Enzo’s laboured breathing was the only sound.

“I don’t think I understand,” Fabrizio said. “Why would I find it at her house?”

“Because I sent it to her.”


“I sent it to Ms. Antonini,” Enzo repeated. “Turns out she hired someone to get it first and I thought it was only right that she should have it.”

Moretti’s voice rose from the corner as he advanced on Enzo. He was truly frighteningly tall and there was something dangerous in his eyes.

“You mean because she hired the Mancini whore,” he growled.

Enzo set his jaw and glared at him.

“If by that you mean Ms. Mancini, yes. She had a deal with Ms. Antonini and I only helped her fulfil her promise to her client.”

The next moment, Moretti moved so quickly, Enzo barely had time to register what happened before he was pressed up against the door with a large hand wrapped around his throat. All courage he’d had fled him and the unsettling feeling that he had felt around Moretti grew stronger. He slowly realised that he had no clue who this man was. He had thought he knew what was going on, but now it felt like the ground was opening up under his feet.

“You hired the bitch, too,” Moretti growled.

“I-I… it doesn’t matter. She needs—”

“I don’t care!” he growled, obviously careful not to be so loud that anyone outside would hear. “You’re supposed to hand over that painting to me.”

Enzo closed his eyes as a torrent of spit hit his face. He could barely speak with the man’s hand pressed to his throat.

“P-please…” he tried, but anything else he would have said was cut off when he felt a hard punch to the stomach.

Moretti let go of his throat and he sank to the ground, shocked to his core. The room spun under his feet and he only barely stopped himself from emptying his stomach contents onto the floor.

He had never been hit like this before. Gina had elbowed him once when she still hated him and he’d thought that hurt, but she must have been holding back. This… this was like nothing else he had ever tried. His body curled around itself to protect his core, but it was all in vain as Moretti grabbed him by the collar and pulled him to his feet again.

“You’re going to go get the painting,” he said. “Now.”

“B-but how can I…?”

“Do I look like I care? You’re going to get it and you’re going to get it tonight or I’m going to go out there and pump your sister full of lead.”

He pushed Enzo hard against a wall again. Enzo stared in bewilderment at the two men from the ‘charity’, then at Fabrizio.

“B-but it was about the murder,” he said. “Y-you were g-going to go to the police and—”

“With what evidence?” Fabrizio asked, letting out a deep sigh. “I can’t exactly prove you killed Conti, but you agreed to get the painting. Just do as he says, Vinny. You wouldn’t want Lia to be hurt.”

“B-but…” Enzo said again. “You’re going to marry her. You can’t let them—”

Moretti punched him in the stomach again. And again.

“Are you slow?” Moretti asked. “Go get the fucking painting.”

When Enzo didn’t react right away, Moretti grabbed him around the throat once again and squeezed so hard stars danced in front of his eyes.

“I said—”

“Put him down.”

Moretti froze and his grasp suddenly loosened, while Enzo fell in a heap on the floor. He couldn’t feel anything, not even the fine rug under his hands and he thought for a second that he had actually died. That would explain the voice as well. It was familiar and it was probably the last voice he had expected… But he was still in pain, so he couldn’t be dead. He glanced up and saw the origin of the voice.


Marco Leoni, as poorly disguised as ever with a scraggly beard, pointed a gun at Moretti’s back. This should have been a good thing—Enzo should have felt like he was saved, but then he noticed Moretti’s friend had a gun as well and this one was aimed at Leoni.

“I fucking swear,” Leoni said, “that this is the last time I help that woman.”

Enzo used the corner of his father’s desk to pull himself up, blinking at the tableau. The three men, linked like a messed up chain by the guns. Fabrizio was in the corner, his bravado notably diminished now that guns were drawn.

“What…?” Enzo asked blankly of the art thief.

“Trying to keep your ass safe, blue-eyes,” Leoni replied. “But maybe we’ll talk later. I’m kind of busy.”

“Put it down or I’ll blow your fucking brains out,” Moretti’s friend snarled.

“My lady would probably kill me, so I’m afraid I can’t. Why don’t you lead by example?”

Neither of them budged, not until Moretti drew his gun and, predictably, pointed it at Enzo. Enzo backed up and hit the corner of the desk.

“After you,” Moretti whispered to Leoni.

The thief groaned and put his gun down mumbling something that sounded like never again.

Enzo’s stomach sank and he backed away, past the desk to the farthest wall. All he could do was stare in horror while the two of them forced Leoni on his knees and pointed a gun at his head. They were going shoot him, he realised. Just like that. He tried to open his mouth and say something, but his tongue refused to obey. They wouldn’t listen to him anyway.

Instead, like a coward, he closed his eyes and waited… for a gunshot that never came. But he heard a body drop to the floor and then—

“Back the fuck off, Moretti.”

Enzo’s eyes flew open as he yet again wondered if he was dead. There was no other explanation for how Gina’s voice could be here. Except… there she was, standing tall with eyes that radiated cold fury. She was flanked by Carlotta, a small flock of unfamiliar men with guns, and Leoni—very much alive. In contrast, Moretti’s partner was on the floor with blood seeping from a wound in his head. Judging by Carlotta’s position right next to him, she had hit him hard on the head and when he stirred, she stepped onto his back.

Meanwhile, she had her gun to Moretti’s head. He was on his knees and despite this, he was almost as tall as Gina when she stood in her full height.

“So good to finally meet you,” she said, smirking. “I’ve been looking all over for you. Keep him there, will you, Lotta?”

Lotta nodded mutely and Gina turned away from the kneeling man and walked over to Enzo.

“Are you okay?” she asked, her voice soft.

He wanted to say yes, to put her at ease, but there was a man bleeding in his father’s study and he still felt the brutal punches like a throbbing in his midsection, not to mention the ghost of a hand wrapped around his throat. His voice didn’t work properly, so he only nodded. She studied his face carefully, then the rest of his body. He must look a state.

“I walked in on the asshole choking him,” Leoni said.

With more power than he thought he possessed, Enzo croaked. “I’m fine.”

Gina put a hand on the side of his face and, despite himself, he closed his eyes and leaned into her touch. To his horror, he felt tears escaping and making their way down his cheeks.

“I’m sorry,” he said. “I’m so…”

She quietened him with a finger to his lips. “Please, don’t apologise, love.”


“Not now. I’ve got something to attend to and then I’ll take care of you. Sit down.”

Gina moved his father’s office chair and he took a seat as ordered. Then she kissed his forehead tenderly and stalked around the desk to look at Moretti.

“Now then,” she said. “Let’s talk.”

“I’ve got nothing to talk to you about, whore.”

Gina snorted. “Oh no, I’m so insulted,” she said blankly, then her face screwed up in a snarl. “I was trying to be polite, Moretti, it’s more like I’m going to talk and you’re going to listen. See, I made the silly mistake of believing that since I’ve got a presence here, that means nobody would be stupid enough to move in on my territory.”

“This place isn’t yours any longer.”

“That’s where you’re wrong,” she whispered. “I know about your little fledging gang and I’ve spent the past few days liberating you from the responsibility. It’ll be a little hard to keep your territory without a fucking gang.”

Enzo let out a sound of surprise. A gang. That explained… a lot. His eyes met Gina’s across the room and she nodded, explaining what had been going on. The gang that slowly formed behind her back with Fabrizio’s help.

For the first time since Enzo had seen the man, Moretti looked shocked, but then he steeled himself and snorted.

“So you’ve taken my whole gang? Somehow I doubt it.”

“Oh, but it’s very true. One half of your little gang were wise enough to join me and the other half…” She smiled in a way that gave Enzo chills. “Let’s just say they weren’t as wise.”

Enzo couldn’t help but glance down at the unconscious man on the floor, then back up at Gina. He noticed that Moretti must have had the same thought, because Enzo refocused on him just in time to see his gaze return to Gina. He looked oddly resigned.

“So I’m next is what you’re saying.”

Gina snorted. “Nah, that’s not what I’m saying. I’m not like you. I don’t hurt people to show off how big and strong I am. It was unfortunate that your buddies had to die and I’m not one to cause more bloodshed when there’s no need.”

She turned to a couple of her men and at a snap of her fingers, they grabbed Moretti.

“Take his gun and drive as far away as you can, preferably over the border. If he tries anything, you have my permission to take him out, but otherwise I want you to leave him and his partner in the middle of nowhere. If they ever come back here, I’ll kill them myself.”

Moretti glared at her. “You’ll regret that, whore. I’ll be back for you.”

“Can’t wait,” she said disinterestedly.

She waved a hand and her men dragged him out of there. A snap of her fingers and another man took his partner away, leaving behind a small pool of blood. At last, only Gina, Carlotta, and Leoni was left—apart from one figure who cowered in the corner. He had been forgotten until now. Gina put her hands on her hips and made a show of looking around.

“I feel like I forgot something,” she said and then her eyes landed on Fabrizio and she smiled wickedly. “Oh, right, Mr. Fabrizio Aiello.”

She wagged a finger at him. When he remained as he were, frozen in the corner, Lotta grabbed him by the arm and dragged him closer to Gina.

“I hear you’re joining my business,” she said. “Blackmailing and supporting a gang—you’re a busy boy. Of course you have to stop now, since you’re on my territory.”

Fabrizio’s eyes grew wide with panic. “Please don’t…” He glanced at the blood on the floor. “Don’t kill me.”

“Oh, but I wouldn’t dream of it, so long as you do exactly as I say,” Gina said in a low, dangerous voice. “What do you say?”

He nodded. “Y-yes.”

“Okay then, here’s what you’ll do: You’re going to go to the airport and catch the first flight to your daddy’s holiday home. I don’t care if it’s in France or Austria or Germany or whatever, so long as it’s in another country. Once you get there, you’re going to call off the engagement to Rosalia Cavalcante and then you stay there. For good. If you ever contact Rosalia or any of her family again or if you set foot in this country, I’ll personally hunt you down and tear you to pieces. If I hear that you’ve told anyone about Conti’s murder, you’re dead as well. Are we clear?”

Fabrizio nodded, but Gina waved for Lotta to push her gun in his face and she said:

“I want you to say that you understand my instructions and that you’re leaving. Go on.”

“I u-understand and… I-I’m leaving.”

Gina’s red lips curled into a vicious smile and she took a step back. “Good, then we’re done. Carlotta, Leoni, accompany Mr. Aiello to the airport.”

Carlotta and Leoni led Fabrizio out and that left just Enzo and Gina. Until now, she had been full of fury, but now her shoulders dropped and she turned to him, her gaze soft with concern. His heart skipped a beat.

“Seriously, Enzo, are you okay?” she asked.

“I am.”

She came over and knelt by the chair and took his hands in hers to kiss the knuckles. She looked up at him.

“What the fuck were you thinking, sending that painting away?” she asked, but then she shook her head. “No, never mind, I know what you were thinking. But you’re still an idiot.”

He sank. “I had to make it up to you. I know what you did to Doriano, and if it weren’t for me—”

“No,” she said, cutting him off. “That was on me, okay? I’ve always had a shitty temper and I knew what the consequences would be. As soon as I punched him, I regretted it. If you’d been there, you would have stopped me, so don’t tell me that it was your fault. It wasn’t.”

For once, Enzo didn’t argue. Not because he thought she was right, but because he was exhausted. The adrenaline that had flooded his system while he was in danger had left and now he was so drained that none of the emotions he should be feeling would register. He had been beaten up, he’d been threatened, there was blood on the floor… And there was his father and all the guests outside who somehow hadn’t heard the commotion. Gina noticed that he was glancing to the door and stroked his arm.

“I’m afraid they’ll probably notice something’s awry. Any moment now,” she said.

Enzo lowered his head and despair flooded his entire body. His head swam with it and he yet again felt a stray tear make its way down his cheek. Gina wiped it away.

“I can’t bear it,” he whispered. “I can’t even imagine the consequences…”

She tipped his head so that their eyes met.

“I just took this whole fucking town for you, Enzo, and I swear I’ll take the next town over and the next one past that. I’m willing to go to the most boring, ridiculous functions and suck up to all the rich gossips and if that’s not enough, I will threaten and blackmail and bribe anyone who dares so much as say a word against you.”

He let out a shaky breath and followed the curve of her jaw with a finger as even more tears ran down his cheeks. All these years when he had held them back and now it seemed like they all came at once. Gina dried them and whispered that she was there.

“It’s really important for you to remember this: I’ll do anything for you and I will be there no matter what happens,” she whispered. “Now… steel yourself, honey. Here they come.”

And the door opened to admit his father and sister.

Author’s note: Hi guyssss and welcome back to another exciting episode of the Enzo’s Life Is Shit and Then There’s a Cliffhanger-show. Ha, ha, haaaa. 😀 Damn, we’re getting close to the end at this point. The next chapter is the last one of chapter four and past that there are just 4-5 chapters left. I can’t believe it’s already coming. It’s going to be really hard to let go of these two, even if I am starting to like their daughters. Another thing I’m starting to like quite a bit is making custom objects for the game. If you follow me on Tumblr, you may have seen, but basically I’m slowly improving my 3D meshing skills and making different things that I may need for gen 3. This is my most recent creation:

It’s not something I need for my story per se, but I wanted to see if I could manage it and since it turned out decent, I might put it up for download here. If I’m kind of quiet on the blog and with writing, it’s probably because I’m making CC or just because I’m relaxing and reading a ton of books. We bought a Kindle and I’ve already filled it up with smutty romance and I am living. 11/10 recommend that.

Besides that, I don’t have much to say. I hope everyone’s having a great time and I’ll see you dudes in the next post. 🙂


PSA: No cute rich boys were hurt during the making of this chapter, nor would I ever endorse violence against cute rich boys. Cute rich boys should be wrapped in blankets and protected.


audreyfld · July 20, 2019 at 11:43 am

Whew! Gina is a baaad ass! She had control and respect! Poor Enzo. I think he almost needed to get nearly killed to know just how much she loves him. There is hope for this rich boy and sweet criminal that thrives on danger to make it work. No telling what his Dads gonna do but I have a feeling he’s gonna be put in his place too. Mwhahahaha

    NotJustaBook · July 21, 2019 at 4:52 pm

    He, he, he, you don’t mess with Gina or her rich boy if you know what’s good for you. >:) I love writing her being her bad ass self!
    Yeah, there’s definitely hope for them. <3 He, he, he, well, Enzo is going to need to have words with his dad, that's for sure. It's honestly the chapter I've been most excited about. 😉
    Thank you for reading, dear Audrey. <3

Violincat · July 20, 2019 at 11:55 am

This was amazing, and so so satisfying! I kind of wish she did off the idiots, because I have a feeling Moretti’s going to cause trouble in the future, but at the same time, he’ll have to be a complete idiot to do it.
Can’t wait to see Enzo’s dad’s reaction to what just went down.

    NotJustaBook · July 21, 2019 at 4:54 pm

    I’m glad you think so. 😉 I do enjoy writing Gina being a bad ass! You may be right that he could cause problems in the future, but Gina was raised by Carlo to not just kill all willy-nilly. Hopefully he won’t be stupid and try and come back. 😉
    Next chapter will hopefully be a good old show-down with Vincente. Can’t wait to share it with you guys! 😀
    Thank you for reading and commenting, Violincat! <3

Jowita · July 20, 2019 at 4:09 pm

I love Gina! We haven’t see the true criminal in her for quite some time now, and as has been mentioned already, it was so satisfying.
“I just took this whole fucking town for you, Enzo, and I swear I’ll take the next town over and the next one past that.” Yass! I love for quotes like that! Our lovely ship ♥

    NotJustaBook · July 21, 2019 at 4:55 pm

    Glad you love her. <3 It's so satisfying to let her show off her bad ass side a little bit. I love it!
    I'm such a sentimental romantic I just can't help it. She really would do almost anything for him. 🙂
    Thank you for reading and commenting, dear. <3

sempreviva · July 20, 2019 at 6:12 pm

Oh, wow! I have nothing more to say than wow. Kidding, I have a ton to say! 😁 This chapter was so epic! I loved vicious Gina and, like Jowita said, it was high time she made an appearance 😉 I love that this scene showed us that besides hot tempered and badass, she’s also fearless and a quick thinker. She wouldn’t be leader for nothing!
Poor Enzo. 💔 Hopefully he’ll buckle up now to face his dad. I know I’m going to enjoy that! 😈
I loved this chapter!! 💕
Oooh congratulations on your first cc! I love it <3 I wish I could make something like that but I'm sooo bad at meshing 😭 The only thing I've managed to accomplish is a couple of conversions from TS4 😂
Also: what a coincidence!! Just today I was thinking about buying a Kindle! And I just recently discovered the joy of smutty romance, lmao! I am still new but I'm already *hooked* on Lauren Layne novels! 😂😂😍

    NotJustaBook · July 21, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    Hehehe, I know. >:) There’s been far too little of her bad ass criminal self, so it was really satisfying to let her show off for a spell. Her dad taught her well. 😀
    Yeah, my poor baby rich boy I’ve put him through so much! :'( But yeah, there’s no way around the confrontation now. At least he knows that Gina is on his side. 🙂 I can’t wait to share the confrontation – I hope it’ll be as satisfying to read as it was to write. 😉
    Thank you dear! 😀 <3 I've been having a ton of fun meshing. I don't think I'm that good at it but at least I manage to make stuff that looks halfway decent, ha, ah. But heeey, converting is a really good place to start. 🙂 I've done that a bit, too. Mostly objects though - clothing conversion/creation is just a pain in the butt!
    Ooooh, I can only recommend a Kindle. I bought the Paperwhite 4 and reading on it is just lovely! I used to read on my phone, which gave me headaches, so this is a delight. :') Aaaaw, yesss to smut! Thank you for naming the author - something to check out when I need more! >:) Right now I’m making my way through a series of historical romances by Courtney Milan. Good stuff! 😀
    Thank you for reading and commenting. <3

      sempreviva · July 22, 2019 at 10:42 am

      Man, I can’t wait to see what’s going to happen! Oh, I know it will be very satisfying to read >:D
      Yeah, that’s exactly what I meant: objects only and small ones at that, lol! :p I really can’t bother with bone assignments or whatever else comes with clothes creation – thankfully there are tons of skilled artists to cover for our cc outfit cravings, hehe! 😀
      Oh, I’ll def check it out! I’ve been reading on my phone and it’s a pain really – the only time it comes in handy is when things are slow at work so I get to read a couple of pages there, lmao!
      Aaaah yes, how did I live all those years without it? Lmao! XD Thanks for the suggestion too! <3 The one I mentioned is writing contemporary romance set in NYC (just fyi), but I've been searching for a good historical one too 😉 So I'll check her out for sure! 😀 <3

        NotJustaBook · July 22, 2019 at 2:34 pm

        Oof, no, bone assignments are the pits haha. 😛 I’ve made some clothing pieces but I end up with odd edges and things and just go ‘NOPE’ and ragequit. I’ll just leave the clothing to others until I find a solution to that. :’)
        Oh yes, reading on a phone isn’t ideal! Especially not if you’re reading for a long time.
        Oh, I do like contemporary, too. 😀 I’ve listened to a few as audiobook (by Alyssa Cole – her Reluctant Royals series is *chef’s kiss), so no problem there! 😀 Ah, well then these are definitely nice. She even has a free novella (The Governess Affair) I believe so you can check the writing style out. I feel like historical stuff easily gets a little silly, but this one seems to do her research. 🙂

          sempreviva · July 23, 2019 at 10:50 am

          Well, you *have* made some clothing pieces, which is a lot more than I can say about me at the moment! So kudos for that only! 😉
          Ooooh, more authors to check! Thank you sooo much <3 – I still haven't finished all my Lauren Layne novels (although I definitely plan on doing it), but I will check both of those authors out for sure! ^_^
          Again, thank you so much for the suggestions! <3 <3

          NotJustaBook · July 23, 2019 at 7:21 pm

          You’re welcome – I’m happy to share the good stuff I found. If you find some other good ones, hit me up! 😉 <3

twinsimskeletons · July 27, 2019 at 6:16 pm

Oh boy, another episode of “Enzo’s Life Is Shit and Then There’s a Cliffhanger!” Hahah, perfect name 😉
“Not now. I’ve got something to attend to and then I’ll take care of you. Sit down.” DAYUM. I know Gina is alpha but -fans self- I’m liking this boss bitch 😛
I had so much more to say but Gina is too distracting. Uh, something about being super happy that Enzo is out of that douchecanoe’s grip, but also hoping he doesn’t have too much of a rough time with his dad (I wonder if Gina will spit out about the restraining orders in anger).
And also super proud of you and meshing! That little notebook is very cute.
Finally, smutty romances you say? Oh MY! Mmm I love that slowburn goodness (this is why legacies are usually so much fun to read). Currently I’m on Heroes by Stephen Fry – defo not smutty by any stretch of the imagination, no matter how much Zeus gets it on with every moving thing.

    NotJustaBook · July 28, 2019 at 10:17 am

    Ha, ha, ha, I imagine that if there was a secondary title to gen 2, that would be it!
    Oof, yes. Boss is right. I think her bad assery is out in full force in this chapter and I love writing it. >:)
    Yeah, the gang guys are taken care of and now it’s just dear old dad. I’m so excited for the next one I considered posting it early but considering I’m running out of chapters that are finished it’s probably good I didn’t…
    Thank yoooou! T_T I was pretty pleased that it turned out passable.
    Mmm, yes please. I do love the slow burn as well. The fact that I found some that are actually good is pleasing as well. (I’ve read some that were… really, really bad oof). Oooh, I really want to get me that one, too. I read Mythos and it was fab. <3

Kymber · July 30, 2019 at 8:09 pm

Wow wow WOW! This was fantastic! I have to agree with the others that Gina is totally bad ass! It was so good seeing her do her thang. 😀

Good job on your meshing! Your skills know no bounds! 😀

    NotJustaBook · July 30, 2019 at 8:47 pm

    Thank you! 😀 It was SO satisfying to write her being her bad ass self again. When she needs to be, she’s pretty fierce. 😀 I’m glad you enjoyed it.
    Thank you for reading, dear. 🙂

amyqueen · September 28, 2019 at 11:38 am

Wow, Enzo got a front row ticket to Gina’s bad assery. She took care of everything with a wave of a gun and a literal snap of her fingers. Yes 👏👏👏 I’m digging the brief bits of Lotta and Leoni we’ve seen 😆 they’re a cute pairing. Seeing Leoni storm in had me applauding in my reading chair, haha. Poor Enzo did not know how over his head he was. I love how the roles are reversed between him and Gina – she’s the hero, and he’s the one shedding tears and being saved. We love an unconventional couple 😌❤️ The next hurdle will arguably be the biggest. His father is probably going to flip and I can’t wait to see it. My girl Lia needs out as well. Vicente senior should end up bitter and alone. It’s what he deserves. Great chapter!

    NotJustaBook · September 29, 2019 at 7:28 am

    Oh yes. It was nice to have Gina taking charge like a complete boss.
    I like Lotta and Leoni, too. If I’d had more sense, I’d have written more of them into the story. They’re so fun!
    Glad you like the role reversal. The way I’ve always seen them, Enzo was never an action hero. I loooove these kinds of reversals myself and they’ll probably keep happening as long as I’m writing stuff. 😂
    Yeah, now they’re done using violence and the power of the gang, the real difficulty comes. Both siblings reeeeeeaaally need out.
    Thank you for reading, Amy!

Lila Remonn · January 2, 2020 at 3:46 am

BAD 👏 ASS 👏 GINA 👏 So uplifting seeing her at full force gang leader and taking down those shitty men. She did it calmly and unwavering too — clearly the days of worrying about her dad leaving the gang are behind her. She wears leadership comfortably now.
I am SO glad to see that scumbag, frog face, slimy ball called Fabrizio gone for good! Typical, how he acts all high and mighty with the goons behind him, but quails in the face of real power, aka boss Gina. Same for Moretti, although I feel he will probably try get revenge in the future, through some sneaky surprise because I think he’s learned his lesson not to face her head on. I hope he stays away, though.
As Amy said, I love how Enzo became the ‘damsel in distress’. Obviously, I don’t love how poor Enzo was forced into such a distressing situation, but it’s always nice to see the standard flipped. I want to hug him 😟 I fear facing his father will be even more taxing than the confrontation with Moretti, but he needs to in order for him and Lia to escape…
Great chapter as usual ❤

    NotJustaBook · January 2, 2020 at 4:17 pm

    Yeeees. 😁 All she really needed was an incentive to take the lead, I think. It’s in her blood.
    Fabrizio never really stood a chance. 😁 I don’t think he really considered the implications of what he was doing and that, you know, it’d be dangerous.
    Hmm, you may be right about Moretti. He doesn’t seem like the type to give up easily. 🤔 We’ll have to see though.
    I’m glad you like it. 😁 I’m a fan of playing with gender stereotypes and tropes and I couldn’t see this happening any other way. Gina wouldn’t be a damsel in distress, really. Poor Enzo had to suffer instead.
    I think you’re right that the confrontation with his father will be more taxing – it’s important, though.
    Thank you, Lila. 😁 I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

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