In the last book of the saga, Janny volunteers for a shelter in Palermo where a hidden side of herself is revealed, a side which she is not ready to accept. After finding out that her brother is bringing the past back, Janny makes a wrong decision that leads her to the end of her life as she knows it. More
First I ended Ronnie’s company, then my past began to haunt me: my mother’s illness almost got me killed and a long-lost brother came back from the grave. Logan and I got married and, during our honeymoon, we put an end to whatever was left of Ronnie’s life. When we came back, our new life began. I made peace with my past and a new me was born: a new me that thought that the darkness was behind me and that brightness lay ahead. But just like a rainbow, we need both darkness and light if we want to see our true colors.
“Well, if it isn’t the famous daughter,” the man says with a toothless smile, standing so close to me that I involuntarily step back, knowing that I misjudged him. “You have me at a disadvantage here since I don’t know who you are,” I say confidently. “Oh, I’m just an employee. You here to get your job back?” “No,” I answer, amused. “With Ronnie gone, you could own this place, and I know how you could make it even more successful” “You mean this dump?” “Oh, this isn’t a dump; you don’t go bankrupt in a business like this.” The man takes a step closer. “The Black Dragon lives – it just took on a different shape”
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