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Fedeltà #752

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Of one thing Livia was certain, neither Marcia or Sofia were to be trusted fully. She was suspicious that either one of them or both, individually or together, could have ambitions of taking over the business, and thus had every reason to plot Tony's downfall. Livia knew this because of her own ambitions for power and control.

As potential opponents, she somehow had to get under their defences, to build a strong personal relationship with each, despite their distance over the years. Her new best friendships would be threefold, discrete and discreet, would include Mary Flaherty... while she needed them.

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    Drew Martyn about 1 month ago

    Clever girl, that Livia. Well, they're all clever, aren't they. Wonder who's going to come out on top?
    This is brilliantly set up and very intriguing Neville :)

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    Neville Hunt about 1 month ago

    Thank you Drew. I always enjoy writing about the women in this story... I think it's probably a subconscious reaction to the various women 'what done me wrong' when I was a mere lad... before meeting Mrs H. I'm also enjoying writing it right now because I have a load of work work I should be doing against the clock, but this is more fun! :-))

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    Christopher about 1 month ago

    Yeah, those three women need their own spin-off series, where they're like "Charlie's Angels" or something.

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    Neville Hunt about 1 month ago

    In that case Christopher I’ll need to make sure I haven’t bumped any of them off!

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