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Top Ten Villains I Not So Secretly Love

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!

Who's your favorite villain?  
This category was pretty much made for Tarryn Fisher, IMO!

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  1. Ooo, I'd forgotten about Jane Steele. That was one YA novel I had planned to read and never got around to picking up a copy. I'll have to do that soon. :)

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  2. I don't know most of these but Dirty Red sounds good, I clicked over to Goodreads because I liked the cover. Sounds intense.

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  3. Not familiar with these myself, but will take your word for it! LOL!

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  4. I really need to up my Tarryn Fisher game. And I own all of her books too!!!! Joe was such a great villain from You. Great list!

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  5. I read the Morganville books years ago and remember hating the villain! Great list!
    My Top Ten

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  6. Haha...definitely ever Tarryn villian makes my list!

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  7. Ha ha I love these! Sometimes it really is hard not to fall in love with the bad guys. ;)

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  8. Seeing you give the Morganville Vampires some love has me all kinds of happy. :) And there were so many different villains to choose from. What I loved is that it could change from book to book. Oliver was almost always awful - and yet he could also be decent. Same with Amelie. Bishop was always horrible, though. Total villain.

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  9. Fantastic list! I have Joe from You on my list as well!!

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  10. Nice--some different ones. P &P! Goldfinch I keep meaning to read. Maybe soon.
    Here's mine https://hopewellslibraryoflife.wordpress.com/2016/10/04/top-10-bad-guys-and-gals/

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  11. Ahhh Joe kind of freaked me out lol!

    Alex @ The Book's Buzz

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  12. Yes to Joe! He gave me the creeps but he's the best villain.

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  13. Great list! I'm a huge Pride and Prejudice fan so love seeing that one on there. I still need to read Jane Steele though so thanks for reminding me about that book :)

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  14. I love to hate Leah! I hated her but I loved her book because she was so fucked up and the author didn't hold back. Joe was so mentally fucked up, he was a good villain too!

    Nereyda│ Nick & Nereyda’s Infinite Booklist

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