Villains that make us cringe with a mix of emotions

Hello Everyone,

Back again to talk about those pesky villains we love to hate. When I think yummy villain the first one that comes to mind is V’lane in Karen Marie Moning’s Fever series. Never have I wanted to kiss and kill someone so much.

I can also appreciate as a writer what kind of work Karen put into his character to have half her message board members rooting for him while the other chanted Barron’s name.

Truly if you haven’t read this series you are missing out. It is one of my all time favorites and is the reason I now write paranormal stories. Before this I was an avid historical fan. Reading Karen’s Highlander books is what sent me chasing the first book in her Fever series. And speaking of her Highlanders, Adam was another villain I loved to hate.

Also, I would like to take a little time to tell you about my new Ellora’s Cave release Just for Tonight!

Kelly Devers has a crush on her co-worker Thomas Brigs. For a year he’s been the object of her fantasies, but she hasn’t dared to make a move on him. But when Kelly finds out Thomas is leaving town, she throws caution to the wind and gives into the yearning she’s suppressed for far too long.

Passion ignites as their bodies come together and Kelly is determined to enjoy the steamy loving. Even if it can’t last forever.

Best wishes,

Virginia Cavanaugh

About Virginia Cavanaugh

Virginia Cavanaugh is a multi-published author of erotic romance. Her work covers many sub-genres as new characters present themselves to her every day. After working for years as a nurse in pediatrics, her love of the alpha hero sparked her desire to bring her own stories to life. When not playing housewife, mother, maid, laundress, taxi driver or just general all-around slave, she enjoys finding a quiet corner to read or work on her next story.

Posted on October 20, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Books where you love and hate the villian are some of my favorites! Especially when the villian can be changed into a hero. Like Bastian from the Phantom Warriors series.

  2. Bastian is another good one. 🙂

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