- File Size: 2220 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Publication Date: December 5, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076J8XL43
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,162 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Villain Kindle Edition
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Villain was no different. I loved Nadia and Henry.
I can’t pinpoint why exactly, but Villain felt less developed than some of her other books. Rushed. There was tension, but it was easily resolved without fuss. I wasn’t ready for the book to end, partially because it felt as though we were given quick snapshots of time and events. I wanted more. I wanted to unpack a few scenes and dig deeper. Admittedly I’m a greedy reader and hate when any of Young’s books end, as I always want to stay longer in the wonderful worlds she creates. See? Greedy reader.
If you’re new to Samantha Young, you must keep reading her books. She’s an exceptionally gifted storyteller. Villain just fell a little short for me. But if you love fast-paced books with brilliant banter and completely loveable characters, this book is for you. Samantha Young's books are always an auto-buy for me, and always will be. She is just that good.
Warning: there are major spoilers about Hero in this book. It can stand on its own, but if you plan to read both books, read this one second.
I loved Henry in the first book. He was funny, flirty, extremely loyal and such a player. Not much changes in this book, he’s a great character.
The small glimpses we got of Nadia in Hero made her out to be a shy, quiet professional meteorologist on the local morning show. And that is about as far from her true self as you can get. While she is completely professional and one of the few people involved in television who sticks to her moral code. She is no wallflower. She is outspoken, forward, and knows what she wants. She was a natural sparring partner for Henry.
These two do not get off the best of starts. Nadia has serious trust issues when it comes to men. And Henry is a serial flirt. They do have amazing chemistry together. But Nadia is keeping a huge secret. One that she knows will ruin any chance she wanted with Henry, and Henry can’t control the charm and flirting even when he convinces Nadia to date him. Openly flirting with other women with her on his arm.
They do eventually work through there issues, and find their happily ever after. (It’s mentioned in the epilogue of Hero)
Being a short story you’re always left wanting more. The ending was a bit rushed, skipped a few things I would have liked more details about.
It was a great, story well written.
This is my first Samantha Young story and I feel she is a great discovery.
This novella is the spin-off story to Hero . I have not read that yet but it did not matter as this novella works well as a stand-alone.
This novella is sexy and fun. A great read. I loved getting to see Caine and Alexa. Made me want to go back and re-read Hero. I can’t wait to read whatever Samantha puts out next.
Henry and Nadia have such a fun banter and steamy chemistry. I was in a reading funk. Everything I picked up wasn’t satisfying me. So I opened Villain. I was intrigued from the start. Not far in I was envisioning this book as a TV show. I loved this little book. It was a great refresher read. It made me smile, giggle, swoon, and get that warm feeling from reading a great book.