The Best Book Villains/Villainesses of 2013

Not all romance books have villains/villainesses, but when they do…look out. It can make for some major angst as the troublemaker does their best to wreak mayhem and destruction. Here’s who we loved to hate in 2013.

Tamie:

Christa Peterson from Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard

Sarah from This Man series by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Corinne Giroux from the Crossfire series by Sylvia Day

Ben from Torn by Kim Karr

Scorpion from the Real series by Katy Evans

Sienna from Reckless by S.C. Stephens

Tina:

Christa Peterson from Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard

Sarah from This Man series by Jodi Ellen Malpas

Leah from The Opportunist by Tarryn Fisher

Elena:

**This year I didn’t read many books with villains in them, so I’ll share my top 3 instead of a top10**

Christa Peterson from Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard

Kyden’s Father from The Redemption of Callie and Kayden by Jessica Sorensen

Salvatore from Sempre:Redemption by JM Darhower

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Tell us your favorite vilains/villainesses of 2013

3 thoughts on “The Best Book Villains/Villainesses of 2013

  1. I hate Sienna from Reckless. Attention seeking whore. Tawny twatwaffle from Driven/ Fueled, she is a waste of bones. Carter from Nothing Left To Lose – rapist, murdering, kidnapping evil. Brooke from Just Human for being a deluded little bitch. Feel better for getting that off my chest.

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  2. – Lee Brightman from Into The Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes (He’s the scariest obsessive/stalking BF i’ve ever read; made me check my locks often).

    – Christa Peterson from Gabriel’s Inferno, Gabriel’s Rapture, and Gabriel’s Redemption by Sylvain Reynard (what a homewrecking gold-digging attention seeking whore).

    – Sarah from This Man series by Jodi Ellen Malpas.

    – Sienna from Reckless by S.C. Stephens.

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  3. Jenny Flohre says:

    Definitely Scorpion from Real series. I think he was the worst. Corinne from Entwined with you was a close second though. P.S. I love how worked up we all get about the villains. The authors are doing it right if we “hate” them that much! 😉

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