Slave to Sensation reissue

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Slave to Sensation reissue

Post by Elaine on Mon Nov 03, 2014 6:40 pm

Nalini announced the new cover for the reissue of Slave to Sensation. I like how this guy now reflects how Lucas is described in the book itself. Check out the green eyes!



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Re: Slave to Sensation reissue

Post by Patricia on Sun Feb 08, 2015 8:03 pm

I always thought Lucas was darker and had more of a yellow tone. I have no idea why I had such specific ideas about Lucas of all people.

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Re: Slave to Sensation reissue

Post by TheFLuff on Thu Feb 12, 2015 1:34 am

I am very sure, Lucas SHOULD be darker.

But then, I only realized Clay was black when Nalini basically told it to my face, because shocking: for some odd reason, no matter the characters skin color: the cover is white.
Which pisses me off big time.

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Post by Patricia on Fri Feb 13, 2015 4:35 am

TheFLuff wrote:I am very sure, Lucas SHOULD be darker.

But then, I only realized Clay was black when Nalini basically told it to my face, because shocking: for some odd reason, no matter the characters skin color: the cover is white.
Which pisses me off big time.

Yes, same here. With Clay, I was actually really.. ashamed, I guess. In the book, Tally tells him she doesn't like "dark" men, so that should have been a clue, but I just whitewashed him. Given my being biracial, I know how crappy that is, so that day I was just sullenly sitting on my bed and felt stupid about trusting bookcovers, or about just assuming that the default is white.

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