A Bad Case of Jericho Barrons Fever

Did y’all read the news that there are five more books coming to Karen Marie Moning‘s Fever World? When I read Moning’s Facebook post on Friday, I felt like it was my lucky day, my birthday and Christmas, all rolled into one.

I never expected to find a series of books I loved more than Harry Potter, but the Fever series is right up there. Have you ever read a book that was so good you were tempted to race through it, but you wanted it to last forever at the same time? That’s how I felt about all those books.

And not only will we have additional books to read, but DreamWorks has optioned the film rights to the series. Squee!

Some friends didn’t care for Shadowfever, the final book in the series, because it wasn’t made clear exactly what Jericho Barrons IS. I say: Who the heck cares? The man is HAWT. Actually, hot doesn’t even capture it. Whatever Hotness Itself thinks is hot? That’s Barrons — times ten. Squared.

Just writing this makes me want to start the series all over again, so I can snuggle up next to the ultimate alpha male for the next few months.

Like Fiona did in Darkfever, I’ll say “the single word like a benediction. ‘Jericho.'”

Ah…. I feel better now!

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2 Responses to A Bad Case of Jericho Barrons Fever

  1. Wow. Where on earth have I been? The series hasn’t been anywhere near my radar, let alone on it. I’m going to check it out. I’m always looking for something good to read (because, of course, my to-be-read list isn’t already long enough).

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