Villains in Epic Romance by Vijaya Schartz

Curse of the Lost Isle

Curse of the Lost Isle

“Schartz is an accomplished writer, whose pacing, conflicts, and goals are always complex and whose good characters are always likeable, and whose villains are evil incarnate. You have to like her villains as much as the good guys! Mattacks is a magnificent example of this!” – 5 stars – Manic Readers

chatelaineI love my villains. Through all the genres I write, I found many common threads: Lots of action, smart plots, great villains, strong heroines, heroic battles, and of course sizzling romance. The Curse of the Lost Isle series is no exception.

A hero or heroine can only be as brave and as worthy as the villain she or he faces is dangerous. Some of my villains are regular people with good intentions who go overboard. Others are rotten to the core and have sordid motivations, but all have motivations. Developing a villain is a secret of mine. The more the reader understands his or her motivations, the more dangerous he/she becomes.

So, if you like a little medieval villainy, try the Curse of the Lost Isle series. You won’t be disappointed.

Find the books on Amazon HERE

Vijaya Schartz
Romance with a Kick


About vijayaschartz

Born in France, award-winning author Vijaya Schartz never conformed to anything and could never refuse a challenge. She likes action and exotic settings, in life and on the page. She traveled the world and claims to also travel through time, as she writes without boundaries about the future and the far away past. Her books collected many five star reviews and literary awards. She makes you believe you actually lived these extraordinary adventures among her characters. Reviewers compared her stories to Indiana Jones with sizzling romance. So, go ahead, dare to experience the magic, and she will keep you entranced, turning the pages until the last line. Find more at:
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