Dawn’s in trouble, must be Tuesday (4.24.12)

April 24, 2012 Fun Stuff 16

Without further ado, meet this week’s quote:

“He studied me with his predator’s gaze, assessing me from head to toe. I studied him back. He didn’t just occupy space; he saturated it. The room had been full of books before, now it was full of him. About thirty, six foot two or three, he had dark hair, golden skin, and dark eyes. His features were strong, chiseled. I couldn’t pinpoint his nationality any more than I could his accent; some kind of European crossed with Old World Mediterranean or maybe an ancestor with dark Gypsy blood. He wore an elegant, dark gray Italian suit, a crisp white shirt, and a muted patterned tie. He wasn’t handsome. That was too calm a word. He was intensely masculine. He was sexual. He attracted. There was an omnipresent carnality about him, in his dark eyes, in his full mouth, in the way he stood. He was the kind of man I wouldn’t flirt with in a million years.”

~MacKayla Lane in Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning- about Jericho Barrons, the sexiest man in fiction.

Is that not the sexiest description of a man ever?


If they ever make a movie, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is my Jericho Barrons.

16 Responses to “Dawn’s in trouble, must be Tuesday (4.24.12)”

  1. Mandi Kaye

    It’s clear Amanda @ On a Book Bender hasn’t read these books.

    But then, I’ve never read about lion’s loins and magical lion babies.


  2. Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

    I’m just going to jump in here and say that Curran’s magical lion loins are a thing of beauty. Amanda is absolutely correct in saying that you must read this series. Then you can go around saying “The lion’s loins were fruitful today.” Plus, it’s always fun to talk about magical lion babies. We love the magical lion babies.

    (PS: I totally love Barrons too!)

    • Mandi Kaye

      I am quite intrigued about magical lion babies.

      Next week, guys. Next week.

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