Amber-eyed Beauty and Blue-eyed Beast Part 1Signor Roma, or Nonno Roma as he was addressed by his two grandchildren, was a man of some years, but by some peculiar means, retained much of his brawny youth and comeliness. In his youth, he had acquired power, yet to his chagrin in later years, he had sown many wild oats and was reaping them for a time.
Tall, fit, affable as ever, with dark hair in jutting wisps , a devilishly appealing stubble, and a grin that render a lady in a swoon, he was charming, but more overall, he was sincere in his actions and thoughts.
Perhaps excessively sincere, almost zealous, so reasoned his grandson, a hot-tempered and hot-headed youth by the name of Romano.
Romano bore an uncanny resemblance to his grandfather, though similarities ceased there. He possessed a temper that even an ornery bull would be impressed, he was ever the cynic, had a very unsuitable inclination to heckle, and much to grandfather's and sister 's embarrassment, a irrevocably foul mouth. Yet his intentions were well,