You Should Read: EVEN VILLAINS FALL IN LOVE

This is a series of posts highlighting books that I’ve read and loved. If you enjoy my books, you’ll like these too.
Even Villains Fall in Love

I just finished reading EVEN VILLAINS FALL IN LOVE by Liana Brooks.

This is a delightful book about the superheroes Doctor Charm and Zephyr Girl. The characters are fun, the plot is entertaining and I couldn’t put it down. I’ve never rooted for the villain in a story before, but I did in this one. I wanted Doctor Charm to win. If you’ve never tried science fiction romance, I highly recommend you get this book for a really enjoyable read.

Now I’m anxiously waiting for the sequel to come out, EVERY HERO NEEDS A VILLAIN. Write faster, Liana!

Available at Amazon, Breathless Press, and Kobo.

 

EVEN VILLAINS FALL IN LOVE

A super villain at the top of his game must choose between the world he wants and the woman he loves.

If you believe the rumors you know that Doctor Charm, the wickedly sexy super villain, retired in shame seven years ago after his last fight with the super hero Zephyr Girl. The fact that the charming Evan Smith—father of four and husband of the too-beautiful-to-be-real Tabitha—bears a resemblance to the defeated Doctor is pure coincidence. And, please, ignore the minions.

Everything is perfect in the Smith household, until Tabitha announces her return to work as a super hero. Evan was hoping to keep her distracted until after he rigged the 2012 presidential election, but—genius that he is—Evan has a backup plan. In his basement lab, Evan has a machine whose sole purpose is keeping Tabitha hungry for him.

But children and labs don’t mix. The machine is broken, and Tabitha storms out, claiming she no longer knows him. World domination takes a back seat to meeting his daughters’ demands to get Mommy back right now. This time his genius isn’t going to be enough—he’s going to need both his evil alter-ego, and the blooming super abilities of his children to save his wife. But even his most charming self might not be enough to save their marriage.