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    Lightbulb Dear Dreamy-Eyed-Guy... I think I know your secret...

    ok so ive been doing some rereading, and i noticed something in darkfever about the dreamy-eyed-guy that i didnt notice before...
    on p. 239, mac describes him as "tall, athletically built, with short dark hair, great skin, and the dreamiest blue eyes ever."
    and in to tame a highland warrior... jillian describes (on p. 329) the men in the portraits (gavrael mcillioch's ancesters) as "dark-haired, blue-eyed, dangerously handsome men"... sounds kinda similar eh?
    after reading that, this idea suddenly popped into my head... what if the dreamy-eyed-guy is a decendant of gavrael's?? if so, that would make him... a berserker!!!!
    what do you guys think?? am i off my rocker? or could i be right?

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    I haven't been able to figuer him out yet but i think he has a very important role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caitylass View Post
    ok so ive been doing some rereading, and i noticed something in darkfever about the dreamy-eyed-guy that i didnt notice before...
    on p. 239, mac describes him as "tall, athletically built, with short dark hair, great skin, and the dreamiest blue eyes ever."
    and in to tame a highland warrior... jillian describes (on p. 329) the men in the portraits (gavrael mcillioch's ancesters) as "dark-haired, blue-eyed, dangerously handsome men"... sounds kinda similar eh?
    after reading that, this idea suddenly popped into my head... what if the dreamy-eyed-guy is a decendant of gavrael's?? if so, that would make him... a berserker!!!!
    what do you guys think?? am i off my rocker? or could i be right?
    unfortunatley I am pretty sure that Karen had said in the past that there are no Berserkers in the fever series, and that there not any stories planned for the near future either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by airbear82 View Post
    unfortunatley I am pretty sure that Karen had said in the past that there are no Berserkers in the fever series, and that there not any stories planned for the near future either.
    I think you are right. I remember Karen saying that too. Sure wish there were Berserkers in Fever, LOVE Grimm!!


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    Grimm was one of my favorite Highlanders! However, I'm glad she's excluded Berserkers - for nothing else than one less option we have to consider (for a matter of hours anyway).

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