When they made fun of Gia Santella in school, for being Italian-American, accusing her family of being in the Mafia, her father had arranged for her to study karate.
But now her father was dead. And her karate skills had failed her. The attack—from someone she trusted—changed her, and her life, forever.
She was alone in the world and it was up to her to seek her own justice.
Vendetta was her destiny.