Romance Weekly

on May 5, 2015

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The wonderful Fiona Riplee wants us to list 5 of our favorite villains and with one sentence tell us why said villain is a favorite:

Number 1 on the villain hit parade: Has to be Dolores in “Texas Summer”. She slept with her stepfather, murdered her sister, among others, and tried to frame her half-sister.

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Number 2: Cedric in “The Defiant Bride”.  Kills without remorse and is so filled with hate and jealousy, he doesn’t care who he destroys.


Number 3: Jabez Howard in “Mariana” by Susanna Kearsley. The man was such a tyrant and so loathsome, he threw his own baby against the hearth and killed him.

Number 4: Roberta in “Ashes in the Wind” by Kathleen Woodiwiss. Lied, cheated and tormented everyone, spreading misery everywhere she went.

Number 5: James in “Twilight” by Stephenie Meyer. He stalks Bella and tries to kill her just for the sport of it.

Villains without hope of redemption. Bad to the bone! Gotta love ’em!

Let’s see who   A.S. Fenichel thinks of as the lowest of the low.


8 thoughts on “Romance Weekly”

  1. gemmabrocato says:

    Ooh – I really didn’t like Roberta either. Great choice to add to the wall of shame!

  2. I’m going to agree whole heartedly with James from Twilight. I love him based on the movie’s actor’s awesomeness though. lol 😉 He was totally scary in the books.

  3. Your Dolores sounds very intriguing! Great villainess!

  4. Fiona Riplee says:

    Your villains are awful! Love it 🙂

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