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This weeks topic is: Book Boyfriends
Admit it, if you read at all you have at least one if not a collection. Or maybe you have book girlfriends! Either way it's the same concept. So I'm going to spotlight a few of my favorite book boyfriends. (Some of these characters and books may have been used in other Sunday Swoons, but I just can't leave them out! I love them too much!)
The Bad Boy:
|The cover model of Kai (Wade Poezyn)|
The Protective One:
Yeah, yeah, yeah no girl (or guy) likes to be smothered and coddled by an over protective boyfriend(or girlfriend). I get that, but let's face it something is just adorably irresistible about a guy you wants to protect
you and would risk it all to see that you are safe. Jack from The Treachery of Beautiful Things by Ruth Francis Long. Our boy Jack is as sweet as it gets and takes his duty as protector very seriously. He strives to protect others no matter the personal cost, but let's a girl do what she's gotta do even if he thinks it dangerous, just not alone, someones gotta be there to help a girl out? Buddy system anyone?
The Mysterious One:
|Ok I haven't acctually decided on Team Morpheus yet. |
I'm still lovin' the whole Alyeb/Jeyssa thing...
(Yeah Cait this one was special just for you, but I really did want him on this list. He's not here just for you. ;))
The Unshakable One:
Ok, this one sounds bad at first, but I promise I mean it in the very best way. In fact this might be my favorite. By unshakable, I mean that person that isn't going to give up on you or leave you, change their minds about you or even let their feelings about you change (in a bad way), even when things get crazy and everything goes south. Luke Henry from Cat Patrick's Forgotten is the epitome of this. I can't say much without it getting EXTREMELY spoiler-y so you will just have to take my word on this one.
The New Boy in Town:
I'm from a small town. I pass the population sign every time I go down my street and It has hovered right at 9,500-ish for all of my 15 years and so I've gone to school with the same kids for 11 years and will for another three. It's one of those unexciting places where everyone knows everyone and their grandma and anything that is even remotely exciting closes before eight-o-clock in the evening all year long. So, I know how exciting getting a new kid in town can/would be. Naturally, you're going to want to know more and naturally your going to be really curious, and if that new kid in town is cute, whoa baby you better watch out, because you know your going to try to get to know them better, and you know it's going to get crazy interesting. Cas Lightwood in Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake is the new kid in a small town and he's everything you are looking for, including ghost protection. He's as cool as it gets, and he's really sweet and caring, and he looks good, but let's face it your mostly into him because he's as new and exciting as it gets.