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Their kindness is much appreciated. Dont mock what you dont know about. Carmelo Zanetti sent him an impatient look.
Your mamma had the whole world at her feet. And what did she do? She turned her back on all that education and fine breeding and married your father. Compared to us, the Sorellos were cafoniuncouth people. Gino Sorello was a handsome hothead always looking for a fight.
She couldnt handle him or his extra-marital activities. How did you deal with the situation? Angelo was impatient to have the facts that had so far evaded his every attempt to discover them. When Gino was jailed for the second time, your mother walked out on her marriage. She ran away from her home and her responsibilities as though she was a little kid.
Maybe she felt that she had good cause. Dark eyes crackling with grim amusement rested onAngelo. And maybe youre in for a surprise or two, because I think you put your precious mamma on a pedestal when she died.
Anger at that insinuation made Angelo turn pale below his bronzed complexion. Only the awareness that Carmelo would revel in getting under his skin kept him silent. The older man slumped heavily back against the pillows. Fiorella was my daughter and dear to my heart, but she shamed and disappointed me when she walked out on her husband. She was twenty-two years old and Sorello was serving a life sentence.
Why shouldnt she have sought a fresh start for herself and her child? Loyalty is not negotiable in my world. When Fiorella vanished, people got nervous about how much she might know about certain activities. Her treachery was a stain on Ginos honour as well and it made her many enemies. Carmelo Zanetti shook his head wearily. But she was destroyed by her own ignorance and folly.
Angelos attention was keenly focused on the older man. Obviously you didnt lose track of my mother and you know what happened to her after she arrived in England. You wont like what I have to tell you.
Ill cope, Angelo said drily. Carmelo pressed the bell by the bed.
Youll take a seat and have a glass of wine while we talk. This one time you will behave like my grandson. Angelo wanted to deny the relationship but he knew he could not. Squaring his broad shoulders, he sat down in a lithe, controlled movement.
A manservant brought in a silver tray bearing a single glass filled with ruby liquid and a plate of tiny almond pastries. With a glint of something hidden in his sharp old eyes, Carmelo Zanetti watched the younger man lift the glass and slowly sip. The old man laughed. Dio graziayoure no coward! Why should you want to harm me? How does it feel to have rejected your every living relative?
A sardonic smile of acknowledgement curved Angelos handsome sculpted mouth. It kept me out of prisonit may even have kept me alive.
The family tree is distressingly full of early deaths and unlikely accidents. After having taken a moment to absorb that acid response, Don Carmelo succumbed to a choking bout of appreciative laughter. Alarmed by the aftermath in which the old man struggled for breath, Angelo got up to summon assistance only to be irritably waved back to his seat.
Please tell me about my mother, Angelo urged. His companion gave him a mocking look. I want you to know that when she left Sardinia, she had money. My late wife had left her amply provided for. Your mothers misfortune was that she had very poor taste in men. Angelo tensed. Carmelo Zanetti gave him a cynical glance.
I warned you that you wouldnt like it. Of course there was a man involved. An Englishman she met on the beach soon after your father went to prison. Why do you think she headed to London when she spoke not a word of English? Her boyfriend promised to marry her when she was free.
She changed her name as soon as she arrived and began to plan her divorce. I have a couple of letters that the boyfriend wrote her. He had no idea who her connections were. Once she was settled he offered to take care of her money, but he took care of it so well that she never saw it again. He bled her dry and I understand he then told her hed lost it all on the stock market. Angelo was very still but his brilliant gaze glittered like black diamonds on ice. Is there more?
He abandoned her when she was pregnant by him and that was when she discovered that he was already married.
In shock at that further revelation, Angelo gritted his teeth and was betrayed into comment. I had no idea.
She lost the baby and never recovered her health. You knew all thisyet you chose not to help her? Angelo recognised the cold, critical detachment that had ultimately decided his frail mothers fate. She could have asked for assistance at any time but she didnt. I will be frank. She had become an embarrassment to us and there were complications. Gino got out of prison on appeal.
He wanted you, his son, back and he wanted revenge on his unfaithful wife. Your mothers whereabouts had to remain a secret if you were not to end up in the hands of a violent drunk. Silence kept both of you safe. It didnt stop us going hungry though, Angelo replied without any inflection.
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You survived But she didnt, Angelo incised. Don Carmelo revealed no regret. Im not a forgiving man. She let the family down and the final insult was her belief that she had to keep her son away from my influence. She got religion before she died and turned against us even more. If you never saw her again, how do you know that? The old man grimaced. She was worried about what would happen to you.
But she still begged me to respect her wishes and not to claim you when she was gone. Angelo could see that exhaustion was steadily claiming the older man and pushing their meeting to a close.
I appreciate your candour. I would like the name of the man who stole my mothers money. His name was Donald Hamilton.
Don Carmelo lifted a large envelope and extended it. The letters. Take them. What happened to him?
Angelo queried. My mother died when I was seven years old. And now here you are, proud not to be a Zanetti or a Sorello. If you are so unlike the stock from which you were bred, why do you want Hamiltons name? What could you intend to do with it? Angelo surveyed him with dark expressionless eyes and shifted a shoulder in an almost infinitesimal shrug.
Dont do anything foolish, Angelo. Angelo laughed out loud. I cant believe youre saying that to me. Who better? Ive spent the last decade in exile. Ive been hunted across this planet by the forces of law and order and by my enemies. But my time is almost up, Carmelo Zanetti mused. You are the closest relative I have left and I have watched over you all your life. Only not so that I noticed,Angelo countered, unimpressed by the claim.
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Perhaps we are cleverer than you think. You may also find out that, under the skin, you have more in common with us than you want to admit. I really dont think so. A basket of flowers on her arm, Gwenna hurried down the muddy lane in pursuit of the two little boys.
Thrilled by the growling noises she was making in her role as a pursuing bear, Freddy and Jake were in fits of giggles. With her dog, Piglet, a tiny barrel-shaped mongrel, hard on their heels and barking like mad, they made a noisy trio.If we never meet, I'll never know.
This one time you will behave like my grandson. He strode into the cool air-conditioned interior of the opulent ranch house where a lantern-jawed older man awaited him. His gaze tracked her every move as he had a perverse need to know if she would look back; she did not. Until a car accident lea