When Conrad Arlington Hill is suddenly dumped by his girlfriend, Abigail McCloud, he suffers irreparable hurt. So much that he conspires with his friend Ed to seek revenge on Abigail. His plan fails however, when Ed and Abigail manifest a love for each other. Conrad, whose body is now ravaged and consumed with hatred, goes on a mission of relentless revenge. He employs an underworld figure to force Ed to abandon Abigail and never see her again. Abigail is so distraught with Ed’s departure she needs a two-month stay in a mental institution to recover.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Attilio Guardo has always had a passion and talent for writing since childhood. He obtained his BS degree in General Business Management from the University of Hartford. After being honorably discharged from the U.S. Army, he became employed in the accounting and management sector.

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