Prologue - Die By The Moon
Hayley had been in to the darkness, thrown in to the abyss of sadness. She knew he had a dark side, she knew what man Luca Marcello was. That danger, that fire in him and that passionate love he has only made her fall harder for him.
Hayley was used to the darkness, the heartbroken mess that came with it. What she wasn’t used to, was the feeling of love that Luca still had wrapped around her and her shattered heart.
He was a monster, he had warned her. But like a fool she fell for him, carved him and let him fix the pieces that were broken.
How could she love a murderer, a man who killed for a living, a man like Luca Marcello?
Easily, she would think to herself. It was easy to love Luca Marcello, her moon. The man who had called her his moon, the man who she would have followed to the moon and all the way back again.
Hayley wants to turn her back to him, her family and everyone who has hurt her.
But in her darkest nights she will always look for him, she will always search for her moon.
She hates the man she loves, she wants the man who she shouldn’t even let in her heart and she was going to have to fight harder. Either for Luca Marcello or against him.
The question is, is Hayley ready for what is heading her way?
She will have to say goodbye, have to tell her secrets and fight her enemies, one last time…
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