About Me

My photo
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Wild Card, 2006. Winner of "best oral sex scene" - Scarlet Magazine. Amanda's Young Men, 2009. Excerpted in Scarlet Magazine; Juicy Bits. Sarah's Education, 2009. Hit the #1 spots on Amazon.co.uk adult fiction & adult romance best seller lists. Jade Magazine bestowed the best cover art, 2009 award on Sarah's Education. "Get Up, Stand Up!" which appeared in The Cougar Book (Logical-Lust) won me the title 'Story Teller of the Year 2011' at The Erotic Awards, London, UK. Sarah's Education took the #3 spot on a list of the 30 most titillating titles of all time, as reported in English Daily Mail ;Female; Nov. 12, 2012. Debutante, a petite novel for e-publisher Imprint Mischief, (Harper-Collins) pubbed in 2012. I tutor writing students and am a member of the WGC. D.M. Thomas said: Madeline Moore writes great sex without metaphor and that's not easy to do. Kris Saknussemm said: You're a good egg, Madeline Moore. I am a good egg who writes great sex without metaphor! Yippee!

Monday, 7 February 2011

Eye Candy Monday - Spartacus - Gods of the Arena

Are you watching this series?

If not, you are missing a show that guarantees sexy men in loincloths battling to the death in the arena:

or mouth-watering sex scenes:

Most of the time, you get a great big hunk

or two:

or more:

AND sex with one (slave diddling Lucy Lawless doesn't count):

or two:

or more:

If you missed Season one: Spartacus: Blood and Sand
then you're in for a double (triple?) treat.

Just doin' my Monday Morning job - bringing you eye candy to make you drool.

xoxo Mad


Janine Ashbless said...


Well, I'm watching the first series, which a friend has taped for when I visit - and I love it! If you like to see your men bloody, aggressive and suffering, this is soooo the series for you.

I don't like real life suffering however - it's absolutely tragic about Andy Whitfield's illness. Poor bastard. Fingers crossed for him.

Madeline Moore said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Madeline Moore said...

Yes. I can't imagine the emotion an actor must feel when he becomes the star of an HBO series that's a HIT, only to discover he has cancer. In Andy Whitfield's case, he has non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Should be survive, how could he possibly return to such a physically demanding role? So he's been replaced by fellow Australian actor Liam McIntyre,

Very weird that Michael C. Hall, who plays Dexter, also an HBO hit series, was hit with Hodgkin's lymphoma. My minimal research tells me it is the lesser of the two evils. He's better (in remission) and even power-sawing off heads can't be as strenuous as hacking them off with a sword - can it?

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

This is an interesting example of double standard. If guys confessed that a series featured half naked women in bloody - fatal - combat, turned them on, they'd be considered woman-hating perverts!