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Under a twilight sky, Drago Bartollucci leant against his SUV licking the trace of cold whisky on his lips. His head fussy from the harsh booze. Sweat chased away most of the night’s drinks. Watching women stripped down to lacy knickers in the VIP booth, dancing under the strobe lights and drinking made him forgot his misfortune.
Tapping his foot impatiently he waited for the last patron to be driven out. Silver glitter sprinkled into messy blonde hair bounced off the fluorescent light. He recognised Miss Glitter arctic blue eyes, rectangular face, and natural DD’s that hung low.
He grinned to himself thinking of his brother’s harsh and shallow words for her to get a breast lift if she wanted to continue to work for him.
Miss Glitter had been his favourite of the girls, she didn’t have textbook good looks, the other girls were prettier than her. He liked her from the moment he saw more than her colourful feather tattoo that went from her pierced belly button down the side of her legs.
She didn’t use the pole to entice men out of money she left them bewitched.
Clearly, her show-stopping moves impressed his brother since she remained by his side while he secured the club’s doors.
“Get him, E!” Miss Glitter called out, as Enzo, his younger brother dodged a swing.
They always joked around before they had to carry out work for the Sword. Whenever they entered a building, they didn’t know if it’d be their last day staying mortal.
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