Beguiling something far more dangerous. The non-villainry of the Hellfire Club

To end the day a post on character development from Shehanne Moore and her epistles The Dudes. One’s “villian should be as well thought out as the hero”….I couldn’t agree more and who does not love a complex and vivid villain such as Hannibal Lecter…or similar…Or Dickens Hamstah..

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 The tail end of Brittany’s little scene with Sir Francis Dashwood which takes place just after she finds out, not just  how to get home to her own time, but to finally stay there too. Oh, and her feet just happen to be killing her

“Anyway, whatever is said of us, we’re not as bad as all that.” Sir Francis’s muddy brown eyes held a slimy twinkle. “Just different. There’s one shoe on. Let’s get the other one for you.”


“You know Mitchell thought you had come to us?”

“What? When?”

“Recently. He seemed to have trouble finding you.” He lifted her other foot. “Do you know he virtually accused me of stealing you?”

“Real—? Well.” She cleared her throat. “He was probably just . . . desperate. I left him a note because I was in such a hurry, but obviously it never reached him. The servants Christian…

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