Michelle C. Hillstrom
What makes a villain?
Elisabet Babineaux never saw herself as a villain. She was the protagonist of her life, just as we all are. Born a Princess, her whole life was planned and laid out before her. She knew where her life was headed and what was expected. That all changed the night she met Juan sin Miedo.
Betrayed by her own family, Élisabet’s life course is sent spiraling as she tries to learn to control her new appetite, her grief, and new powers.
The betrayal dealt out by Élisabet’s family will have lasting and devastating effects as she spends her immortal life attempting to replace that which was taken from her.
A twist of fate, a little magic, love, and a lot of loss and betrayal sends Élisabet on an adventure she never could have foreseen. Her story spans more than five centuries and multiple continents.
Every story has two sides. We have heard Katelynn’s and Victoria’s versions. Now it is time to learn Élisabet’s side of the story and understand what drove her to become a villain.