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  • Oh my Lord...

    I'm trying to gather my thoughts having just finished reading The Villain and resisting diving straight into the little present at the end, and then the next book. Perhaps I should eat first, as I've not bothered with that and kept reading. Too engrossed in the story... and a bit weak-kneed as well. I got pulled in right off the bat. I think it was the moment she said "Courage, Daphne" when she first approached the castle, though I thought she meant the horse. Dunnottar Castle was a character in it's own right. The description of it's glittering rooms and hidden depths making you feel as if you were there, making you wish you were when they went out for wild horse back rides in a countryside so beautiful it could make you cry. Daphne and Adam (Oh my Lord!) were as vivid as their surroundings, with their well-rounded characters and getting to read their thoughts and feelings as if hitching a ride in their heads. The chemistry between them was instantaneous, but never superficial. I loved them! And I want to be with them more, despite feeling wrung out now that I've emerged from their story. I've even started to cool off, lol. They were smoking hot together and let's just say... it transferred. Through the story Victoria Vale teaches us to be who we are and to leave behind shame and restriction, difficult as that may be, and that there's freedom in that. I adore it, and I am happy there's more of it to come.

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  • The villain

    Sexy, mysterious ,bold characters ,page turning ....

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  • Recency Dominance

    Loved this dark & exciting, hard to find - Recency style, Historical Dominance Romance. I don't often run across such enticing touches of BDSM in my favourite Historical Romance Genre, but love it when I do. Not for Hardcore BDSM fans, but smoking with intermittent suspense as to how aggressive this Scottish Earl will become next as each encounter unfolds with an obviously untouched English, Lady of of Quality, straight from London's Society balls to the Earl's Scottish Castle and it's mysteries. Can't wait to read the sequel.

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  • Adult Historical Romance

    Part one of the Villain Du0logy. Full length ends on cliff-hanger. A real page turner that holds and keeps your attention to the finish and has you wanting part two immediately. Daphne seeks answers to why her family has been ruined by one man. Adam seeks vengeance from the family that has destroyed his stepsister. Will thirty days spent together be enough to slate their quests. I loved this book and relationships in it. Wonderfully told back story and secondary characters, I can't wait to read their story's too. This is the perfect historical romance for adults!!

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