Livia saw Sofia as an interloper who had breezed into Tony’s household, full of confidence and, although she had no inkling of the reality, a potential sexual distraction for him. Livia was jealous of her in that respect but also that Sofia didn’t have the limitations that marriage, motherhood and the particular burden that marriage to one of the twins brought.
On the other hand, in Sofia there seemed to be someone wanting to bring the twins down, someone looking for allies in her venture, someone seeking power herself. Sofia was someone she needed to be close to. For now.
Christopher about 3 years ago
Keep 'em coming, Neville.
Steve McBrevity about 3 years ago
This has turned into an epic drabblebuster after such an explosive beginning, the main characters, intertwined like a bowl of noodles without the terryaki sauce.
Neville Hunt about 3 years ago
Thanks both. Like the comparison Steve. These aren’t saucy characters; they all mean business. It’s a game of Italian Roulette... like the Russian variety, but with 5 bullets.