Friday, April 1, 2016

Feature & Follow Friday: Favourite Book Boyfriends

Feature & Follow Friday is hosted by Rachel over at Parajunkee's View and Alison of Alison Can Read. This is a chance to get to know fellow book bloggers and have them meet you. Be sure to pop over and meet this week's featured bloggers! Also, don't forget to pop back over in a couple of days to vote for next week's featured blogger.

Tell us who your 3 favourite book boyfriends are, the books they're in, and why you'll always love them.


  1. Ronan from The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater - I don't usually go for the whole bad boy thing, but Ronan stole my heart during The Dream Thieves and there's no turning back. His loyalty and love for his family and friends ensures I'll love him forever. That, and he brings dream things to life. And speaks to trees. How can you resist?
  2. James Easton from The Agency series by Y.S. Lee - The chemistry between him and Mary always had me swooning, and there was never any real on again/off again between them. James saw Mary and loved her for who she was, always.
  3. Sebastian Faraday from Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson - I admit, it's his name. The MC of Ultraviolet has synesthesia and the descriptions of how Alison sees his name will forever keep Sebastian Faraday a favourite of mine. Plus he's sweet and hot, so. 

Who are your favourite 3 book boyfriends? Do you love Ronan, James or Sebastian too? Share your Feature & Follow post and I'll check it out. Thanks for following me! 

4 comments:

  1. It is hard to resist the bad boy and Ronan sounds like a great choice.

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  2. Those are new to me ones!! Haven't read Maggie's latest series but I guess I oughta!!

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  3. I haven't read any of those, but I'm super intrigued now. I've read some of Maggie S's other works, but never this one before. I will need to check that out. Those are some good picks!

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