"The Scattered Italians," is an impressively deep and revealing book, filled with the gusto and a love of life which permeates the core issues of discovering one's roots and thus one's true identity. This nonfiction book interlaces historical factors with behavioral characteristics leading to conclusions and answers affecting over 25 million Italian-Americans and potentially many other hyphenated citizens of the world. The story is presented in the author's delightful and often witty style allowing for a pleasant, informative and entertaining read. The literary visits with some of the giants of history, along with personal anecdotes, mix to provide a fascinating story on a very humane stage for all to see and enjoy.
Eboni Stiles thought Simon Blackcat was a walking, talking mass of perfectly packaged testosterone trouble. She made it a point to stay as far away from him as possible. Especially after that one night, she lost her mind and slept with him. One night with Eboni was not enough for Simon, not even close. So when Eboni's life was in danger, he was the only man he trusted to protect her. Because those chasing her would have to kill him to get to her, and Blackcat did not die easily. A Guardian Agency Novel can be read as a stand-alone.
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