Her life changed the moment I gave the order. Two simple words. One powerful meaning.
I waited until I couldn’t wait anymore.
My addiction to her.
My need to claim her.
I’ve always been the hero in my own story and the villain in hers.
She. Was. Mine.
I just had to prove it to her.
I wish I actually had the correct words to do this book justice. Actually, even if I had the correct words, I probably couldn’t use them without being a spoil sport. So please bare with me, as I try to navigate this review.
I can honestly say without a doubt that I have NEVER read a book even remotely close to this one. Let me be the first to say, I’ve read dark books before, and now that I’ve read this one? It’s actually laughable thinking I knew what a dark book was. Shooo weee, Falling For The Villain is without a doubt the definition of a dark book. So take that warning for what it is.
In all honesty, after reading the first couple chapters I didn’t know if I could do it, but I am so glad I pushed through. This duo of authors took me to a place I never even imagined. I was intrigued. I was scared, but mostly I was curious. Robinson and Van Dyken’s great world building opened my eyes to the curiosity and change. They crafted a well developed story that was perfectly plotted out with dialogue that even had me submissive. I quickly learned that there is a fine line between love and hate, and I loved to hate Donovan.
Falling For The Villain is not an easy book in any sense of the word, but it is a book that will not be forgotten. It was such a nice change of pace. I actually really enjoyed it. I even put my own stamp of recommending it as well.
“Play for me Juliet.”
Falling For The Villain is incredible!
This was my first dark romance for the subject matter in this book. I absolutely LOVE it. It’s incredibly well-written and hooked me from the first page!
This book has me on such an emotional rollercoaster as I was reading. The intense chemistry, obsessiveness and this amazing storyline, I want my own villain!
“The Master” and his Juliet. He wants to break her, train her and make her his. She wants nothing to do with him but what happens when he plays her body like a melody?
“Play for me Juliet.”
Darkness and heat
What did I just read??
Despite warnings that this book goes down a very dark path…nothing could have prepared me for the edge-of-my-seat suspense that I felt that I was suspended in starting right from the very first chapter.
This book is most definitely one of the darkest stories I have read…but whoa…what an incredible ride.
Emotions fly high, villains are not what they seem, and heroes come in all shapes and sizes…and nightmares.
This was a very good story…but not for the faint of heart and those with significant triggers.