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I'm keeping my fingers crossed that someday she'll get her own book. Zsadist from the Black Dagger Brotherhood by J.
I have loved all the men in BDB, but Zsadist is still my favorite. He is bad ass and can be considered a bad boy.
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If you looked up bad boy in the dictionary you'd probably see his picture. But he also has the tender side to him that will make you melt. I loved Jean-Claude for the beginning and he is still one of my favorite things about the series. He really is pure seduction that much sexiness should be illegal. The man has more patience than anyone I know and really he would have to, to deal with Anita Blake. Jeremy from Women of the Otherworld by Kelley Armstrong. Jeremy has been quite a few books in the series but it wasn't until No Human Involved that I really fell in love with him.
I have listened to all of the audios of this series and the narrator is so lovely bring each southern accent to life and the best is Macon Ravenwood. A southern gentleman, but very dark and mysterious. Actor Jeremy Irons has been cast in the role for the movie. While I'm not sure he is the perfect actor to play Macon, I'm eager to see how he will portray the character. Labels: top ten tuesday.
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While you were writing Flesh and Feathers. I grinned like an idiot before snuggling my head down into the crook of his shoulder. He kissed the top of my head, his lips lingering against my hair a moment before he spoke. I sat up and smiled again, brushing my lips across his soft mouth in reply.
He stood and began making his way down the aisle, moving steadily and confidently despite the movement of the train. As soon as he was out of sight, I reached down into the bag at my feet and pulled out a folded piece of paper. It was silly, and kind of cheesy, but I loved hiding notes for him to find later.
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This one went into the side pocket of his messenger bag, tucked within the Welcome folder from Georgetown. Blake always called or sent a text as soon as he found one of my short messages to him. Our entire relationship was tricky and required delicate maneuvering. School next year was just par for the course, another obstacle for us to overcome together. He kissed the tip of my nose, before moving down to my lips. We were the only two in an alcove meant for six, so when he hesitantly deepened the kiss, I went with it.
He sighed and tangled his fingers in my hair, his other hand slipping around my waist to draw me as close as the arm rests would allow. We both laughed. Because our secret relationship was, well, secret, our more intimate encounters were constantly interrupted.
It happened so often that it was genuinely comical. His eyes searched mine as his thumb moved gently against my skin. Slowly, without breaking eye contact, he leaned towards me again. This time when his lips found mine, the kiss was softer but just as heart-stopping as the first. Only the abrupt stopping of the train ended our hold on each other. Blake brought our joined hands to his lips and kissed each knuckle, making the chaste gesture incredible intimate. Using the other hand, he scooped up both of our overnight bags, and we disembarked just like that.
His hold never faltered for a second. Sure, holding hands was something even ten-year-olds did during their playground romances. We never knew who might be watching, or walking by. The anonymity of being in an entirely different city as our friends and families was glorious. Without stopping to consult any of the signs, Blake led me through the station, into a cavernous space where passengers were in varied states of hurry, and out into the sunshine.
Ever the gentleman, Blake walked on the side nearest the street, passing a line of people waiting for taxis. A line of black Towncars sat idling several yards ahead. He paused briefly to peruse the men standing next to their vehicles.
Spotting Greyfield, Blake led me to the car his father had insisted on hiring for the weekend. The tall, thin driver wore black slacks and a white shirt, instead of the more formal suit and tie of his counterparts; he spotted us immediately. How are you doing today?