Oracle of Delphi Blog Tour

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Today I have a special guest, Diantha Jones, author of the Oracle of Delphi series. She is going to share her take on sexy men in literature…should be fun! Also, be sure to check out her social media and book links at the bottom of the post. There happens to be two giveaways at the end of the post as well! Now, here’s Diantha:

Why He’s Hot: My Take on Sexy Men in Literature

Bookish females say some crazy stuff, but it always kills me when they are like,

“Why do all the men in fiction books have to be so hot?”

Are you kidding me?

Honestly, do you REALLY want to read a book about an ugly guy? Be real with yourself: NO. Unless the book is about being ugly, why in THE WORLD would you want to spend your free time reading about some dude that looks like Quasimodo?

“Because Diantha, it’s more realistic.” *flips hair*

Girl, shut up. Fiction books aren’t reality! That’s why they’re called fiction!

Yes, I understand. Contemporary lit is supposed to be an imitation of real life and not every guy in real life is hot stuff (In fact, most of them aren’t). But even still, it’s supposed to provide a fantasy. There may not be vampires or werewolves involved, but it’s still not actuality. It’s still fiction and if a book doesn’t take me out of this world and put me in a new one, then what’s the point?

Swoon-worthy guys are what it’s all about! And there is a book boyfriend/husband out there for each of us. Some of my faves?

Daemon Black, Lux

Dean Holder, Hopeless

Aiden St. Delphi, Covenant

Edward Cullen, Twilight (YES! It’s Twilight! Don’t judge me.)

Remy “Riptide” Tate, Real, Ripped & Raw

John Matthew, Black Dagger Brotherhood

Jericho Barrons, Fever

Bowen MacRieve, Immortals After Dark

And recently, Hunter, Obsession

Oh, and how could I forget Strafford Law, Oracle of Delphi. Yes, I created him, but this demigod Prince is one heartthrob who I absolutely love to write about. He’s sexy, sarcastic, and simply irresistible when he turns the swag on. Basically, he’s the male version of me 😉

But my point is, the guys above are crazy vital to these series and I’m almost positive that their impact would not be as great if they didn’t have major sex appeal to go along with their personalities, intelligence, and overall awesomeness. Honestly, if I can’t see myself married to, dating, sleeping with, or simply making out with the main guy in a book, he isn’t worth reading about.


DianthaJonesBooksDiantha Jones was born the day thousands of turkeys sacrificed their lives to fill millions of American bellies on November 22 which also happened to be Thanksgiving Day (Her mother says she owes her a turkey). She is a Journalism graduate who wants to be a career novelist (of books, not Facebook posts). When not writing or working, she is reading on her Nook, being hypnotized by Netflix, or on a mission to procure french fries.

The Oracle of Delphi fantasy series is her first series. She is also the author of Mythos: Stories from Olympus, a companion series, and there is another fantasy series in the works. She also writes (new) adult fantasy/paranormal romance under the name A. Star. Invasion (An Alien Romance) is her first title released under this pen name. Future releases under A. Star include, the Love & Steampunk series, the Purr, Inc. stories, and more.

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Links to Diantha’s new book, Prophecy of Soltice’s End:

Barnes and Noble:


Email Diantha Jones at: theauthor (at) diantha-jones (dot) com

The Oracle of Delphi Series

eBook: Amazon  |  Barnes&Noble
Paperback: Amazon
eBook: Amazon  |  Barnes&Noble
Paperback: Amazon

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