Boston Belles - Villain

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Boston Belles - Villain

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And it’s even worse now because all the characters are at least in their late twenties/thirties, and the lingo. I just don't think you can ask for much more in a book than what you get in The Villain- I literally went through every emotion and felt them all so fully. After some drama with Cillian family where his father demand him to get his own spawn or he would give away the company and everything the Fitzpatrick own to Hunter's baby, Cillian decides to take a wife and impregnant her. Whatever it is, I hope y'all can sort it out because if there's anything this pandemic has shown us, it's that life is short and all this in-fighting is unnecessary.

As current as it is, this book also gives off a decadent historical fairy tale vibe, while also reminding me of the books that first got me reading romance, with fast friendships both male and female, and found families. Persy needs Cillian's help to get out of the mess her husband left her in, and Cillian offers to help her in exchange for her freedom, I loved the push and pull between them, the way Persy stands up to Cillian, and Cillian and his sarcasm, hahahahaha, was incomparable. While Persy and Cillian have this arranged marriage, there is a subplot of Cillian and his ex- best friend turn enemy Andrew going head to head trying to destroy each other. From start to finish I was enthralled with both the characters and the impeccably delivered storyline.Just know that the author and her team are less transparent than a brick wall and have a cult mentality. A woman who knows what she wants and a man who doesn’t ever allow himself to want anyone or anything.

We are presented with a truly remarkable story and some situations that give us enough insight into the understanding that love really is the most dangerous of emotions, something that we have no control over and something that without warning can render even the strongest individual powerless to change its path. Where Hunter was a bit more on the humorous side, Kill's book is a much more serious, mature novel, full of dark themes and deep wells of emotion.Her books have been translated in over twenty different countries, and she hopes to visit all of them. I think, I read more scenes with Cillian plaiyng poker with his friends and Persy with her female friend group and scenes of them together. This is from this book: "Sam always says, a child who is not loved by his village will burn it down to feel its warmth," Sailor said quietly. Cillian said the only way to get his ticks under control was by repressing all of his emotions so he wouldn't feel anymore.

Generally speaking, she was about as maternal as a chewable thong, so I wasn’t quite sure any of these idiots were capable of taking care of anything more complex than a goldfish. To Cillian Persy is the sweetest form of drugs, she attracts him so much that he can't even look at her, what if she infatuates him. Like you didn’t want to affect his case with Andrew by giving him bad publicity because of the divorce but you are here willingly GIVING your husbands enemy ammunition to use it against him?

Persy, omg, she is my favorite heroine to date, so loyal, so brave, fierce AF, sassy, and so passionate, even though she is sweet and has a pure heart, her inner strength is everything, she fights so hard for those she loves, I die of love for her! I was so happy when Persephone FINALLY decided to actually cut ties with Cillian and let him for once be the one fighting for the relationship!

I don't even know how to talk about these characters or the situation that they are in, without giving away a million and one spoilers. The virginal archer is supposed to babysit my ass while I learn to take my place in Royal Pipelines, my family's oil company. The reason I was okay with it at that time was because I was waiting for Cillian to come through and fight for his woman and say fuck it, have a conversation with her just because it would make HER happy. The key to redeeming a massive asshole is always in the layers of the character; what’s his damage, what made him the way that he is. The humour was lame and Persy was just making me roll my eyes at her trying to be funny while she was bickering with Cillian.He is as cold and calculating as we hoped he would be, but what I really loved is the why behind it. As their was this point where he did loose it when Persephone wasn’t letting him have sex with her and he went to his secret room. No spoilers here, but there are a few side plots that contained subject matter near and dear to my heart, and Leigh wrote those scenes with such respect and care that I found myself tearing up. If you're in the market for a timely story that is as emotional as it is entertaining, don't sleep on this second installment in the Boston Belles series.

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