Top Ten Tuesday: Villains

October 23, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Artsy Read Girl.
Each week features a book related topic to spotlight your Top Ten.
This is a fun topic! 
There are some good villains that have just stood out to me and have left an impression. Or the writing had me thinking on thing and my thoughts were switched by the end.

Ok, if you have read this story you may be asking, "Why?" Because I loved how through out this story I'm thinking one thing, but by the end, I'm thinking something else. I loved the change of thought and how it all came together!

Sarah Sundin focuses on WW2, that alone is a setting of many kinds of villains and bad things. However, she weaves in very strong and unique characters. They face their own adversaries in others, but sometimes, their biggest enemy is on that is in them. 

 The Knight and the Dove by Lori Wick
This is an older story, one I read years and years ago. This villain is one that drove me insane. Her actions and her thoughts set my teeth on edge. I still remember it to this day.

 Storm Siren by Mary Weber
This is book one of a three book series....however, I'm focusing on this one alone, because...the last chapter people, oh my goodness. This one was a villain that you know something is going to happen, but you have no idea!

 The Price of Privilege Series by Jessica Dotta
I honestly don't think I have read another villain that has been any more complex then Mr. Macy. His intensity is one that grows and grows. When you finally figure him out, you will be left speechless. I'm still processing this series. It is one that has stuck with me for year. 

The Lone Star Legacy by Judith Pella
This is another older series. It is one that left an impression and I still remember being angry at what this villain has done and his plans for what he wants to do. It's been a while since I've read these books, I may need to go back and re-read them. 

What are your top villain picks for the week?
Any that have left you emotionally stricken? 

1 comment

  1. Nice picks! Of Jessica Dotta's series, I've only read Born of Persuasion so far (earlier this year), and oh my goodness...such a great choice for a villain! His character is so confusing and intriguing, and I can't wait to finish the series! I've got the other two books on my TBR, and I've heard awesome things about how the series comes together. :)



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