The Bad Guy. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Bad Guy by Celia Aaron

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

My name is Sebastian Lindstrom, and I’m the villain of this story. 

I’ve decided to lay myself bare. To tell the truth for once in my hollow life, no matter how dark it gets. And I can assure you, it will get so dark that you’ll find yourself feeling around the blackened corners of my mind, seeking a door handle that isn’t there. 

Don’t mistake this for a confession. I neither seek forgiveness nor would I accept it. My sins are my own. They keep me company. Instead, this is the true tale of how I found her, how I stole her, and how I lost her. 

She was a damsel, one who already had her white knight. But every fairy tale has a villain, someone waiting in the wings to rip it all down. A scoundrel who will set the world on fire if that means he gets what he wants. That’s me. 

I’m the bad guy. 

I do like a psychopath obsessed with a nice girl!




Sebastian is a true psychopath who grew up with a father similar to Dexter’s. Except not one that gave him rules on who he could safely kill, but one that he could talk to about his lack of emotions and who taught him how to act like a normal human being by reading the faces of others.

Sebastian finally feels something when he meets Camille, but she already has a boyfriend so he decides to just kidnap her. He is pretty funny and actually not a bad guy for a psychopath. I liked him and loved this book.

“I had to let her go, even though murdering Link and tossing her over my shoulder seemed like the more expedient option. My father and the rest of the attendees would likely frown on my behavior.”

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