Sultry, Is the Night


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The year is 1982. This town has a distinct border, the good side and the shady side, where the townspeople battle rats for scraps of food. Mario used to live among the rich, but he now resides on the wrong side of the tracks thanks to the father who left him behind. Worst of all, he’s mourning his mother’s death and what he thinks is the loss of his lifelong dream, becoming a chef. After meeting Dito who owns "Dean's Pizzeria", things are finally changing for Mario. Until Tess enters his life – the beautiful, mysterious stranger who lives in a luxury high rise. But there’s something off, something she’s hiding, something dark. Some borders aren’t meant to be crossed. "Sultry, Is the Night", is for anyone who has ever felt like they didn't belong. Strong language warning. Sexual content. Please note that some scenes depict dark, and sensitive themes that some readers may find disturbing.


His knuckles turned white as he dangled like foolish men do – without a net, and as the train sped past him, he screamed in unison with the whistle. There were no words to caption his pain. There was only a raw passion that escaped his lungs, mingling with the stagnant air he breathed.

Book Details

Book Type: Print & Digital

ISBN-13: 9798533357043


Language: English

Interior: BW

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About The Author

Despite being a multi-genre author, I enjoy writing dark stories the most. There's something hauntingly beautiful about the dark and mysterious side of life.

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