Podcast: Episode 169 – Unforgettable Villains

August 14, 2017 7:30 am Published by 2 Comments

Episode 169…

Welcome to Episode 169 of Scandal and The Nerds, this week we are going to point out some of our unforgettable villains that have turned into heroes. It’s an interesting twist that often happens and we are going to take a closer look at some of the ones that stood out to us. Get comfortable and listen up!

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  • Laura Boon says:

    Another great villain turned hero appears in two of Loretta Chase’s novels. The beguiling but evil and ruthless Ishmael of The Lion’s Daughter undergoes a transformation to become the hero of Captives of the Night where he poses as the Comte d’Esmond.

  • Natalija says:

    Great podcast! I have 2 villains turned heroes in MM genre:
    1) Scott Gillard in “Pulling Leather” (Pickup Men #3) by LC Chase. He was a villain in the first book and caused a lot of bodily harm to one of the MCs.
    2) Vlad in “Just a Bit Wicked” (Straight Guys #7) by Alessandra Hazard. Russia, homophobia… I guess you can see where I’m going with this. He was a villain in book #6.

    Tania, have you read “Damaged Goods” by Lauren Gallagher/LA Witt. Since you like sindustry trope, I though you might enjoy it.

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