Character Interview with Daemon from Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Daemon: “Nice to meet you.” He gives a tiny half smile. “Talk about myself? Um, I like to sleep in. I do admit I have a bit of an overprotective streak when it comes to my sister, but for real, mess with her and you won’t know what hit you. Let’s see. I have a weird sense of humor, like a good debate….and Dee has be working on my “social skills” if that tells you anything.”
Daemon: “I was very young when I came here. All I remember was how green everything was. My least favorite part of being here is being controlled.” He pauses. “My favorite part? The house next door.”
Daemon: His brows furrow. “The Arum are evil SOBs. That’s all you need to know. I’m pretty sure we’re it here. If not, I feel sorry for you humans.”
Daemon: “I’m sure there weren’t any complaints.” Daemon drags a hand through his hair. “What did I think when I first saw Kat? This chick is going to be trouble. And how right was I on that one? And the shirtless thing? I’m hot. Like literally. My temperature runs higher than yours.”
Daemon: “I think the whole blogging thing is interesting, even though I’m not a big reader. She’s really passionate about it and she’s…cute when she starts ranting about books. Her cheeks get all flushed—oh, and she gets mad when I touch her books. Cracks me up.”
Daemon: “How do I hold myself back? I’m amazing, but holding back…wasn’t as easy as I made it seem. Not at all. And yeah, I’m also a jerk. I’m not going to lie. I like to think I’ve given her enough of an explanation to why. And I think Kat understands to a certain extent,” He pauses and flashes a grin. “Well, and I’m making up for being such a jerk. Trust me.”
Daemon: “A lot of things—challenges of all shapes and sizes. Things I wish I would’ve known about, been able to prevent, but anyway…” Daemon sighs as he leans back. “I have a whole new appreciation for libraries and kitchen tables. Not sure if you wanted to know that or not.”
Daemon: “Hmm…” He taps his chin. “She’s probably going to end up with men in black knocking on her door for telling the world about us. It was nice knowing her.”
Daemon: “It was nice being here. I think you’re the first person to not ask me if I wear boxers or briefs, so thank you for that. Anything I’d like to say to readers? Everyone has their reasons for being the way they are. Not an excuse in no means, but the past tends to shape people.”
Jennifer L. Armentrout lives in West Virginia. All the rumors you heard about the state aren’t true. Well, mostly.
When she’s not hard at work writing, she spends her time, reading working out, watching zombie moves, and pretending to write. She shares her home with her husband, his K-9 partner named Diesel, her hyper Jack Russell Loki, and her pet turtle called Michelangelo. Her dreams of becoming an author started in algebra class, where she spent her time writing short stories. Therefore explains her dismal grades in math.
She writes Adult and You Adult Urban Fantasy and Romance. Half-Blood, the first book in a planned series, is her debut novel and is available October 2011.
Jennifer can be found online at: http://jenniferarmentrout.blogspot.com/, http://www.facebook.com/jlarmentrout, http://twitter.com/#%21/JLArmentrout, and http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4476934.Jennifer_L_Armentrout.
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