As twenty-eight year old Sita sits in her old bedroom in the Sorento Mansion, she is slowly immersed into a past that she’d hoped was long buried when she finds a dust covered letter under the bed.
At fourteen after her grandmother’s untimely death, she’d left her small town life in Georgia and moved into the home of the wealthy Sorento’s in New York. Meeting the very dysfunctional, somewhat disturbed family was either the best or worst thing that could have ever happen to her…
A long time ago, after rehab and before her crumbling marriage, she’d sworn that she’d never let what happened during her four year stay with the Sorento’s effect her ever again. But sitting in that room causes her present and future to collide in a way that she prayed it never would.
Sita travels back in time to unravel decade old secrets. Secrets that will either save the love that she’s found and allow her to finally heal, or tug her back into the darkness that nearly destroyed her.
Book 1 of a two part series. Sita and all the Sorento’s have done bad things and have dark secrets. It begs to question, is anyone all good or all bad? And most importantly, what the hell is in that letter?
Sita's Dark is complete at 70,000 words and contains a cliffhanger that leads into, Ramiro's Light, the second and final book of this series. Ramiro's Light is also complete.