Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Humpday Hottie


Judy kindly shared this hero inspiration with me - he so looks like a Brava hero to me...or maybe a raven shifter from Children of the Moon, what do you think?

14 comments:

erahime said...

This guy is BOTH a Brava hero and a CotM hottie. He just speaks HOTT. Period.

Judy said...

Definitely fits, but my first thought was pirate, masquerading as such to rescue his brother's kidnapped ward, though, of course, he doesn't know he's going to fall in love with her yet... :-)

Valerie said...

I thought Pirate too, Judy!
It must be the earring. He definitely inspires some imagination here.

CrystalGB said...

I think he could be both. He is definitely hot. :)

Victoria said...

He's my Dante.

robynl said...

be he either or both, he is hot!!!

krisgils33 said...

he is very yummy indeed!

lidia said...

He could be "all of the above" plus an HP hero -- simply delicious!

Lucy, don't get offended, but he actually makes me think of the Hero in Michelle Reid's "The Morning After." LOL

Lady_Graeye said...

Hot! Hot! Hot! He would make a wonderful pirate. I'd let him "Shiver My Timbers" anytime he wants too. LOL!

Lucy Monroe said...

You know, I've read some wonderful pirate stories, but never felt compelled to write one. So, that's probably why I didn't see that possibility. ;-)

As for seeing him as the hero in "The Morning After"? All I can say is, I *loved* that book. Wanted to clock the hero more than once, but Michelle is one of my all time faves because she redeems the unredeemable. :)

Valerie said...

I think you may have a couple of characters that are modern day pirates. Simon from The Real Deal certainly had some pirate tendencies. ;)

Lucy Monroe said...

LOL Valerie...maybe you're right.

Valerie said...

I think it was the ferry scene - midbook - that made me think pirate. I adore Simon. :)

Judy said...

Pirates definitely ravish princesses...