Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Top Off Tuesday - Perfection!

I've decided to join Felicia, Christi and Amanda for their gratuitous shirtless covers on Tuesdays. Because nothing says Tuesday like flashing some skin! Hop over to Felicia's blog to see who else is participating!

I'm sorry. I've lost all higher brain functions with this one. DAY-UM. Hard-bodied, tattooed, AND two nips? *swoon*

Spellbound Desire by Angelia Sparrow & Naomi Brooks
On the Nightside of Memphis, werewolves teach college, zombies load trucks and private investigator D.J. is hard at work finding missing persons, solving cases and drinking herself into an early grave. Then Bran walks into her office, asking for help in destroying the demon Oeilett, and everything changes.

Something about the battered, scarred combat mage ignites all the lusty feelings D.J. thought she had successfully drowned in rum. The mana he exudes weaves a web of desire over her, clouding thought and making the sultry summer even steamier.

Bran’s body and face may be marked by his previous battles, but everything under the black leather kilt works perfectly, and D.J. learns there are more things in Memphis, the hell-planes and her own heart than she had ever imagined.

18 comments:

  1. Oh, snap! Tats and ripples and sweat -- oh, my!

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  2. I second Mary but if you are going there--is it to much to ask for a nipple ring? I mean really :)

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  3. hmmm, this is just all kinds of good, but ooh, Felicia is right....a nipple ring would be perfect! Great choice, Kelly! smiles...

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  4. I might agree with Felicia, but all I can think of is the magical nipple ring from Death Comes in Her and I just want to giggle.

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    1. *snickers* Yeah, that magic nipple ring was AWESOME! And now it's the only thing I can think about, too. LOL!

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  5. There's a whole lot of sexy bad assery going on there. I like it!

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  6. Wow, that guy is hot and I just loved his tattoos. Plus with those abs he can be perfect.

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