Open Book Blog Hop – August 6th   1 comment

Ric doesn’t sound like a villain at all, but like a man being torn apart by a battle between the two women he loves.Those are my sorts of “villain” … pitted against difficult circumstances and doing wrong things but not necessarily from evil intent.

Stevie Turner

This week’s topic is ‘Who is your favourite antagonist/bad guy/villain in your books and why? What makes him/her tick?

My ‘bad’ guy is Ric from ‘The  Daughter-in-law Syndrome‘, a Readers’ Favorite 5-star read.

I’d better not say what makes Ric Deane tick in ‘The Daughter-in-law Syndrome‘, as I would be giving away a spoiler, but suffice to say his wife Arla is at her wits’ end.  Ric will never say anything to his mother Edna that she would not want to hear, and after 30 years of it,  Arla wants to find out why Ric is seemingly frightened of his mother.  She suggests counselling,  but Ric would rather cut off his penis with a rusty breadknife than open up to a stranger about his marriage problems.  However,  to save their relationship he reluctantly lets Arla drag him along for marriage guidance therapy.

Edna is coming between…

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Posted August 6, 2018 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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  1. Thanks for the re-blog!


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