Oh wait! I thought of another Bad boy trait!
If he feels you up under the table at dinner with both of your parents present! LMAO
I will too! We are the (un)official KC pushers and peer pressure wenches. lol
::busts out with a hypnotism book::
Oh wait! Just read the page count. .... meh, doesn't phase me after Harry Potter. lol
Whoa. The reviews are totally opposite. I hate when that happens. I can't get an average rating because it's one extreme (one star) to another (4-5 stars). ...... I'll try it anyway!!! lol
It kind of reminds me of Karen Marie Moning's Highlander series.
Girrrrrrllll. Wait until you've read up to the 4th book. Then you can suffer with all of us as we have to wait until 2011 for the next Cassie book. HUFF!
The anti-hero appeals to me because he is interesting and flawed. Their flaws make them unique and relatable. They are often cranky and passionate. which both amuses and intrigues me. You will always wonder what is under the furious or stoic exterior.
My favorite anti-hero of all the books I've read is Pritkin from the Cassie Palmer series by Karen Chance.
He's an absolute mystery. He's cut throat and wild, yet controlled and still has morals. He's an enigma, which, most anti-heroes are.
I've heard of this Outlander series... Who's the auhtor? I need to check this out.
He curses like a filthy sailor!
Manhandles you at every opprotunity.
Makes sexual advances in public.
Makes innapropriate jokes in front of mixed company.
Makes ultimatums that involve you getting naked or physical.
Sneaks into your bedroom to "talk" in the middle of the night.
Has won the hatred of your family/friends on first impression. (even though your mother and female friends are picturing him naked)
Attracts every female within a 10 mile radius.