Ah, how many of us wish we could find our soul mate who can appreciate us and will love us unconditionally? It’s easy to be attracted to someone who treats you badly or doesn’t really care about you, but you shouldn’t fall in love with them just because they’re sweet to you or seem like a bad boy on the outside.
The book Don’t Fall in Love with the Villainess is a heart-wrenching story of love and betrayal that illustrates why you should never judge someone by their looks alone.
My review- Don’t Fall in Love with the Villainess
I started reading this book about a month ago, for an upcoming book club meeting. At first I was hesitant to read it because I have recently started to read more on my kindle than physical books, but luckily for me, I had forgotten my purse at home one day when I was out running errands.
Thus I had no choice but to pick up this book from my local bookstore and start reading it before getting back on the bus back home.
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I started reading this book as soon as I could get my hands on it, and I’m so glad that I did. It’s an absolutely beautiful book that captured my heart right from the start with its heartbreaking tale of lost love, jealousy, lust, anger, betrayal. The plot moves at a steady pace and leaves readers itching for more when they come to the final page . As someone who has never read anything by the author before, I can say that her writing style was very easy to read and she definitely had me hooked throughout the entire book. If you’re looking for a new adult romance full of twists and turns, make sure you add this one to your list!
About the Author
Born on July 29, 1979, Baekhyun is a singer for South Korean boy band EXO and also acted in films such as Midnight Runners (2017). As an author, he has written novels including Dont fall in love with the villainess which was published on December 3rd 2017.
He began his career as a music producer for various artists before debuting with his own group EXO-K in 2012. He then joined its subgroup EXO-M and became one of the main vocalists from 2014 onwards. His works include soundtracks for Korean dramas that have been aired on television channels such as KBS2’s Dream High 2, MBC’s Master’s Sun and Oh My Venus.
How does it hold up against other books?
How do you know when someone really loves you? If they’re true to you, loving, supportive, and considerate? When can you believe that what they are saying is true? And how will you know if they were deceiving you all along?
It’s easy to be in love with someone who seems like the perfect person for you. But some people might not deserve your trust or your affection because they could hurt you so much more than anyone else ever could. You just have to be careful and make sure that who you choose as your partner won’t lead them down the wrong path…
This book will break your heart into pieces
Marjorie’s romantic relationship is unraveling at her very feet when she finds out that her new beau, Hayden, has left his wife for her. She clings to him anyway and even falls for him harder as he slowly starts to let go of his guilt about his past mistake and Marjorie comforts him every step of the way.
The only thing that could come between them now would be if Hayden realized what an awful person Marjorie really was, but she works tirelessly to make sure he doesn’t find out. The book is well written and will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading it because you can empathize so much with the protagonist, but I found myself getting angry with her over and over again too because she couldn’t see how wrong she was until it was too late.
A gripping read!
Reading this book Don’t Fall in Love with the Villainess felt like being on an emotional roller coaster, which at times could be draining but always engaging. The emotions were well drawn out and conveyed, as were each character’s personality quirks which made them endearing to me as I read about their individual stories. It reminded me that we are not perfect people by any means, and what shapes us is our perception on life rather than whatever truths we may have found along the way.