Man Candy Monday: Inspired by The Prince and The Raven by Sylvain Reynard

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I love having clear visuals for my book boyfriends instead of vague fuzzy ones. This week’s Man Candy Monday is inspired by The Prince and The Raven by Sylvain Reynard.

For The Prince and The Raven by Sylvain Reynard, I was really leaning toward Gabriel Aubrey until the  tweeted a picture of Scott Eastwood. Now I’m kind of undecided, but either works for me.  The Prince is a pretty intense and serious kind of guy, so the first couple of photo’s of each of them really capture that side of him. The ones after that tho are pure Man Candy Monday kind of shots 😉

        

and now a few of Gabriel Aubrey…

            

Only 8 more days til The Prince releases people!!!

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Followed by The Raven on February 3rd!

 

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Happy Monday all!!!

Tamie Xo

4 thoughts on “Man Candy Monday: Inspired by The Prince and The Raven by Sylvain Reynard

  1. edwardsvamptramp69 says:

    Both stunning men. *wipes drool* Halle Berry is a stupid, stupid woman.

    But when I look at that cover? All I can see is the back of Carlisle Cullen’s head!!!!!!!!!!!!! Is it just me or is that weird???????????

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  2. Leslie Amorós says:

    Thank you for starting my week with a smile…It made the freezing rain this morning more bearable. I cannot wait to read these books by one of my favorite authors!!! I reread the trilogy again over break, and the thought of “Gabriel’s Inferno” coming to the big screen would be a dream come true…Alert the casting director….I volunteer to be an extra!

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