Victor Scalia is no Tony Soprano. Oh, he is a mob boss, to be sure, but the comparisons stop there. When Victor has trouble with his immediate family, he doesn't go to a psychiatrist; he takes off his belt and deals with the troublemaker – who is almost always his sister, Patty – through strict, loving corporal punishment.
Originally, the orphan, Lily, was too intimidated by the big man to cause him any trouble when the family adopted her. Now that she has grown up, though, all bets are off. The perfectly behaved little girl is a thing of the past.
And she is going to live to regret her misbehavior; Victor will see to that. If she doesn’t get herself killed first!
Publisher's Note: This book contains sexual and punishment scenes. If either of these offend you, please do not purchase.
A newly re-edited version of a Carolyn Faulkner classic.