Because Boys in Books are Just Better Blog Hop

 

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My Book Boyfriend Blog Hop

Because boys in books are just better.

They can be hot-headed, dominant, reckless, or damaged—oh, and let’s not forget SEXY. They know all your deepest desires and fantasies. Vampires, shifters, rock stars, ultimate fighters, young billionaires, military men, or business tycoons—they even have the best occupations! You never have to worry about them leaving dirty clothes on the floor or skipping out on date-night to hang out with the guys. A perfect match!

Now if only they were real…

My Book Boyfriend Blog Hop celebrates the relationships we create while reading! We all have our favorite fictional boyfriends. Introduce us to yours and meet your next obsession!

I loved writing about Prince Landon, the hero of Son of Dragons Book 2 Legends of Oblivion, my latest release. He loves adventure, but has been sheltered in the palace. Since he has been catered to, he hasn’t had to do much himself and relishes in new opportunities. Even if he cannot do something right, he still preservers. He struggles with falling in love with Mirhana and his duty to marry his betrothed whom he has not seen and whose letters feel empty.

Here’s a picture of how I see Landon:Young blonde male model wearing light grey hoodie.

 

And here is how I see Brock, who is the hero in The Garnet Dagger Book 1 Legends of Oblivion, and is also in Book 2 along with Landon. He is an Elvin who has been bitten by a vampire and is now the Vaer.

Eduardo Verastegui as Brock

But wait, there is more. Anyone like a Viking? A Viking who must win a feisty Irish lass’ heart.  Here’s how I picture Bram from Viking Fire:Travis Fimmel. Blondes really don't do it for me, But my god grow a beard and rub some dirt on his face. You got a man to ravish.

One last book boyfriend, this one comes from Six Shades of Romance a collection of short stories by me and five other authors. Each of us writing a different romance genre: chick lit, contemporary, paranormal, etc.

In the middle ages, marriage by proxy was common, but not falling in love with the substitute. 

This is Nicholas from my historical romance short story, The Proxy:Victor Santiago | Fashion and Beauty Photographer   blonde male model freckles - Andrea Dal Soglio

What about a book boyfriend do you like the most? Dark and mysterious, friendly and sexy?

Comment below for a chance to win Son of Dragons Book 2 Legends of Oblivion series ebook. Please leave a valid email address. Winner will be chosen randomly and is open to a US or International participant.

Update- congratulations Elizabeth who has one a copy of Son of Dragons ebook. 

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One grand prize: signed HIS HAVEN paperback by Harper A. Brooks, signed CLOAKED IN FUR paperback by T.F. Walsh, and a $20 Amazon gift card!

 

For more blogs to hop to visit: http://harperabrooks.wordpress.com/blog-hop-sign-ups AND http://www.tfwalsh.com/blog-hop-sign-ups 

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29 comments on “Because Boys in Books are Just Better Blog Hop

  1. Both dark and mysterious AND friendly and sexy are attractive in their own way. Who doesn’t love mystery and forbidden love? Again, at the same time it’s important to me that a guy should be friendly (not sexy) at the later stage of a relationship to develop more understanding and trust.

  2. Those pictures…all I can say is wow. They are all hot! I think my favorite would be Brock, just because I’m a sucker for dark hair and light eyes on a man. Wrap him up. I’ll take him to go!

    Thanks for hopping with us!
    ~H.A.B.

    • Vicki,

      I know what you mean 😉 I guess I’ll need to post more when I have more stories published – that way you could have a different one every night (and day) of the week. I’m glad you stopped by.

    • Christine,

      I agree. My goal in The Garnet Dagger was to make him dark, brooding, and sexy. I let the heroine, Celeste, have the clever humor and I enjoyed the banter between them 😉 Thanks for stopping by.

  3. My favorite book boyfriends are the dark and mysterious ones because they add a sense of danger and excitement to not only their lives but to the lives of their beloved.

    jmesparza821 at gmail dot com

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