However, they were expected to be. Born into power and privilege like that, such behaviour would be natural to them surely?It doesn't seem that any of the Kaiser's children were self-indulgent or profligate with money in any way.
I was going to make a smart arsed comment about Ben's foot, but you just had to go include the "like that" qualifier.Chapter One Thousand Six Hundred Eleven
Zella simply wasn’t capable of carrying out most of her threats. She didn’t have it in her to actually harm another person like that
Awwwwyeah.“You commandeered an airplane and my daughter’s boyfriend for what could be considered personal reasons?”
Damn straight. Leave that interrogation method to your Tante Kat.“We need a plan” Kiki said, “One we can stick to that ends with him in a jail cell, and no more wild talk of cutting off his favorite bits. That’s just gross.”
Either him or one of her dad's ole cronies.(set the rat to catch the rat ehh Kat?)“Do you have someone in mind to act as auditor?” Louis asked and Kat gave him that terrifying smile of hers when she was about to get exactly what she wanted.
Hmmm, who could that be? Perhaps a certain someone from Ireland?
Guessing it's Jack kennedy.Do you have someone in mind to act as auditor?” Louis asked and Kat gave him that terrifying smile of hers when she was about to get exactly what she wanted.
Raoul Wallenberg was a diplomat not an accountant. Came from a (hugely important) industrial dynasty but not a businessman himself. Now Goerdeler's son was a very capable accountant.How about Raoul Wallenberg as the chief bank/trust investigator working with JFK?