I have a confession to make, I like bad guys. The kind of bad men that can't be called boys. A real bad-ass hero with a black eye-patch. Ever since Kurt Russell Escaped from New York in the guise of Snake Plisskin, I've been hooked on those one-eyed bandits.
WARRIOR is spelled with one "I" for a reason. Yeah, it's a groaner.
These guys have been though the battle, but they still have some fight left in them. The only thing they lack is their depth perception and peripheral vision. But they make up for that loss of sight with their super powers--sheer grit and determination.
They're not easy to love. Because they tend to hide behind that black armor. But they're worth getting to know. What they lack in vision they make up for with the ability to see straight to the soul.
So tell me are you into good guys or bad guys?
Snake Plissken or Captain Ron?
Rooster Cogburn then or now?
Cowboys or Native American Indians?
Cops or Robbers?
Depp as the robber, Bale as the cop.
Werewolves or Vampires?
Ironman or Captain America?
Okay, these guys are super heroes, but real bad-ass super heroes.
I will be giving away 3 autographed copies of Mitzi's Marine where you can catch a glimpse of Hatch a bad ass ex-Navy SEAL with a black eye patch before his own story Marry Me, Marine, comes out in February 2012. This is a marriage of convenience story between a single mom who wants desperately to join the Marines and an ex-Navy SEAL struggling bitterly with being medically discharged after losing an eye in Iraq. Needless to say he’s not too happy being the stay at home Manny while the wife goes off to war.
If you've already read Mitzi's Marine (obviously I'm not going to make you wait for Marry Me, Marine--I'm too forgetful for one thing), I'll be happy to substitute the Harlequin Treasury download of SEAL It With A Kiss or a current Superromance of your choice.