And for God’s sake, if you’re offered a pair of shoes, don’t take them.
Murder in the Wind — John D. Macdonald
An omni-directional microphone could have saved them a lot of unnecessary pubic taunting and achieved a successful first take.
Sweet Renegade — Andria Large
Liam Neeson isn’t even in this one. Which is okay by us. We really don’t want to see that.
Taken — Selena Kitt
scarabattoli said: Waiiiiit, there is a series about the naughty adventures of Baseball players wifes?
There is a sub-genre/trope for EVERYTHING.
Like being molded out of plastic and that they were designed by a 12-year-old boy whose ideas of “sexy” come from comic books.
The Demon’s Mate — Sam Cheever
scarabattoli said: It has everything. Twilight reference, man beef acting like a little scared girl, implied non-human snoo snoo (“new species”) and what seems to be bad photoshopped long hair.
In fairness (I do try to be fair), it’s not actually a Twilight reference. That’s just the name of an Ellora’s Cave line. They also have Exotica, Moderne, Spectrum, Presents, Blush, and Aeon, among others.
The rest you’re spot on with. :D
Looks like that’s a model who actually has those tattoos. However,… wow, those lines are not good. The upper left corner of the wing is a pretty glaring shake in the lines.
So… it looks more realistic as a tattoo, but it looks, realistically, like a bad tattoo.
scarabattoli said: It’s just me or the tattoos looks like bad photoshops?
It’s not just you — I’m CERTAIN they are.
When tattoos are on book covers like this, it’s generally because the character has tattoos . Since the odds of finding a model with the same kinds (especially when they’re usually really crappy tattoo ideas) is all but non-existent, the artist pastes tattoos onto them on the cover.
We have yet to see a good cover-model tattoo, to be honest. They ALL look photoshopped, or they look drawn on with marker. I wish artists would stop doing this and authors would stop requesting them!
Don’t become a statistic.
Winter’s Heat — Cristin Harber