Everyone loves a hero! He's willing to put himself in the line of danger; he'll do anything to keep his lady safe and always knows the perfect thing to say.
But let’s not overlook the villain. Personally, I love the bad guy…or woman. Without the villain, the hero doesn’t look nearly as good. Without the villain, you wouldn’t have someone to hate and route against.
The reason I love villains is because they’re so much fun to write. They can be ugly or gorgeous, short or tall, male or female, educated or ignorant, young or old. I’ve used just about all the varieties.
So for Wicked Wednesday, I thought I’d give a taste of the variety. In my first contemporary romance,
My romantic suspense Love and Murder Series, is rich with an assortment of villains. Book one in the series has a host of nasty characters; money grubbing step aunt, idiot
step cousin, jealous woman, deceitful historical museum
curator, and the elderly but handsome and wicked professor. One of these
characters is the truly evil villain…love does drive some people to craziness.
Book two in the Love and Murder Series, Southwest of Love and Murder, has a villain that is both stupid and cunning at the same time. You won’t wonder for long who the villain is, but you will be biting nails on who he’s offing next. I will say, he uses colorful language and his bizarre thought process is intriguing. Love gone crazy in a wicked way.
A Legacy of Love and Murder, book three, will release worldwide on March 30,
2016. I think I’ve upped the ante on villainous antics with these badies. I
certainly do not want to give away the villain right now. As with most of my
books, because they’re suspense not mystery, you won’t be hung up too long on
who the villain is. But let’s keep the secret until you read. I will shoot out
a couple of words: sexy, neo-Nazi, and pure wickedness.
Ah, villains…you gotta love them!