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QUESTION OF THE WEEK: The Book Boyfriend…


1) Who’s your ONE all-time book boyfriend?
2) Who’s your ONE new “if I didn’t have my all-time book boyfriend, you’ve recently caught my attention” book boyfriend? 



Ohhh, this is a piece of cake. My book husband is Ty Grady (Roux’s Cut & Run sexy stud). Yes, he’s MY book hubby…hands off! He will forever hold my book heart. However, if Ty didn’t steal my heart first, I would have given it to Julian Capeletti from Jaime Reese’s The Men of Halfway House. Yeah, he strolls into my dreams more than I care to admit to Mr. Grady.

Wait? Can I have both? Hmmm, that might not be a good idea. I’d better stick with my hubby and dream about my boyfriend. Or I could dream about them together? Nahhh, that doesn’t work either. Zane and Matt would NEVER go for it.

‘Sides, I don’t like to share. Usually. oh dear, I think my cake has crumbled to pieces.



I’m fickle, I’m afraid. I have no all-time boyfriend but my first love is Vadim from Special forces, my second big crush is the-one-who-shall-not be named from In the Company of Shadows – you know who I mean if you have read the series – and I might have fallen for Adam from Immortality is the Suck & No Rest or the Wicked.

All of them have a questionable morality, a tendency toward depression, violence and self destruction. Bastards. Sexy and interesting too. Let’s not comment my tastes in men, ‘kay?! ;)



For as long as I’ve been reading m/m, Zane Garrett has been my number one and Rand Holloway my number two.

Recently though, I’ve fallen for a few dark horse contenders: I love Connor Morgan (Tequila Mockingbird) and Murdo Balfour (Enlightened). And to really throw a wrench in my typical guy choices…I’m kinda adoring more than I should Garrett Graham (The Deal)



I’ve been thinking about this for a while and I think that maybe I don’t have “book boyfriends”, so much as I’m overly fond of a couple characters.  Lately, I think that my number one and two would be Whyborne & Griffin.

Percival Endicott Whyborne… he’s quirky, nerdy, studious, pretty dorky, but has such a strength of character I find incredibly attractive. He’s also not bad with the magic.

Griffin Flaherty … he’s got this strength that moves me. Not just physically, because he’s not that tough of a guy, but the poise he exhibits is amazing. He’s also so incredibly devoted to Whyborne, I can’t help but fall in love a little bit more every time I read those books.




One comment on “QUESTION OF THE WEEK: The Book Boyfriend…

  1. Jennifer B
    August 14, 2015

    Ty Grady. Nuff said. He will always be my favorite. Although I’ve recently discovered Nunzio Medici from Santino Hassell’s Sutphin Boulevard. He’s stolen a piece of my heart.

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