LadyGrinningSoul wrote:Because R.C. Monroe is an evil, evil man.
LadyGrinningSoul wrote:When’s the next book coming out?
Magicwarlock90 wrote:Y'know, you say John's dialogue is among the hardest to write, but I'd never know it by how you have him interact with the others. His straight-forward attitude goes perfectly with Miriam's talkative nature.
SAGG wrote:Addendum: I find it ironically interesting that John would give in to Miriam's advice on telling him to change his look, then right afterwards, Miriam is asked to change her look. Will she follow her own advice?
LadyGrinningSoul wrote:SAGG wrote:Addendum: I find it ironically interesting that John would give in to Miriam's advice on telling him to change his look, then right afterwards, Miriam is asked to change her look. Will she follow her own advice?
I'm predicting the answer will be "no."
LadyGrinningSoul wrote:Miriam has so little control over her desires in general, it’s a little hard to believe she has control over her John-obsession. But since John believes her, so do I. I think if John ever said, “what the hell, let’s do it,” she’d be naked in a half-heartbeat, but I guess that since she knows that isn’t going to happen, she’s cool with things as they are.
furrykef wrote:But surely she also realizes John would likely be the most boring person in the world to go to bed with, at least unless he has some passion, and John doesn't seem to have any passion for anything except food. And even that was downplayed after his first few appearances. Her romantic/sexual interest in him probably stems mostly from intrigue, since in a sense she can't really comprehend the concept of asexuality -- but I think if John responded more to her, she wouldn't find him interesting. So I think the moment John said "yes" (not that it'd happen) would be the moment Miriam said "never mind".
SAGG wrote:Since RC says John isn't gay, the boy's GOT to be impotent. I couldn't take it being in bed with Miriam like that!
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