Because it take a lot of work to make Mondays fun, we at Inkspell decided to start a new blog feature we like to call Eyecandy Monday. Each Monday we will feature the characters from one Inkspell novel and share with you all the fine details and tasty tidbits we can dig up about these interesting and well written main characters.
Since WANT (by Stephanie Lawton) releases in just a few days, it was the perfect novel to start with. Not to mention, the YA release features not one, but two leading men. To my thinking, the perfect way to kick-start this new feature. You will have to let me know if you agree.
Character Name: Isaac Laroche
Height: 6' 3"
Distinguishing features: Tall and well-built; doesn't look like a scrawny classical musician; moody and intense
Most resembles: Matt Bomer and Tom Welling's surly, Southern love child
Teaser: Isaac is a cold, mercurial musician with a giant chip on his shoulder. He's also revered in the classical music community, extremely talented and intensely passionate. He likes keeping secrets and loves his mama. Once you get him to loosen up, he may reward you with a heart-stopping smile.
Character Name: Dave Gaston
Hair: dark blond
Height: 5' 10"
Distinguishing features: spiked up blond hair, usually has a smile on his face; dresses like he's stuck in the Grungy '90s
Most resembles: South African actor Sean Else, add about 20 pounds (he has a fan page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sean-Else-Fan-page/126045287415614#!/pages/Sean-Else-Fan-page/126045287415614)
Teaser: Dave loves to think he's every woman's dream. He likes nighttime walks on the beach (no, really), making people laugh, and is fiercely loyal to those he loves. He knows his way around a kitchen, gives great foot massages and has a never-ending repertoire of dirty jokes. He has a weak spot for beer and redheads.
Soooo, if given the choice between Issac and Dave, which would you pick for a first date? I know my answer, but I'll wait to share until I've seen a few others post their choices.
To learn more about WANT or the author, Stephanie Lawton, please visit either of the below links:
Stephanie Lawton's website