Best Book Boyfriends of 2015 (@jessicadhaluska)

Posted December 24, 2015 by Jessica in Miscellaneous / 15 Comments

Top 10 of 2015



Book boyfriends.

*clears throat* BOOK BOYFRIENDS.

Probably my favorite post in Two Chicks On Books, Fiktshun, Magical Urban Fantasy Reads and Tales of a Ravenous Reader‘s annual TOP 10 OF 2015 week-long meme. B/c book boy-crazy, I am. I only wish I wasn’t limited to books from 2015 (b/c BARRONS). Oh well. Options, I haz ’em.

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Waking Hearts 10. Waking Hearts by Elizabeth Hunter


Oliver Campbell.

I can’t say I’ve shifted (HA!) my preference from werewolves to werebears, but Ollie gives them all (except Clayton Danvers) some stiff competition. ~My Review

Uprooted 09. Uprooted by Naomi Novik


Dragon.

He has a name, but you don’t find out what it is until you’re well in the book, so I’m not telling. *shrugs* Doesn’t really matter, b/c HAWT. Broody and taciturn, just like I like them. ~My Review

Magic Shifts 08. Magic Shifts by Ilona Andrews


Roland.

YES. I’m serious. I also like sympathetic (maybe not) villains. ~My Review

Queen of Shadows 07. Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas


Rowan Whitethorn.

He’s hot. And broody. And hot. And damaged. I’m not sure Celaena deserves him, but he’s definitely my favorite. ~My Review

Alice 06. Alice by Christina Henry


Hatcher.

If you haven’t already noticed (*snickers*), I have a thing for . . . scary dudes. Lots of different varieties, but all of them, when stripped to their foundations, are guys you probably wouldn’t want to take home to mom. Not that that would stop you from having your way with them, but, yeah, mom would not be thrilled. Hatcher is more straight forward than most, but in-your-face or more subtle, it matters not. I love ’em. ~My Review

Dead Heat 05. Dead Heat by Patricia Briggs


Bran Cornick. That is all.
Forsaken 04. Forsaken By Kelley Armstrong


Clayton Danvers.

Clay has only recently been bumped from the #1 spot (which he held for years), but I think that has more to do with lack of proximity. If we were still getting yearly full installments of Otherworld, he’d probably still be the werewolf of my heart. His loyalty and badassery slays me every time.

Sweep in Peace 03. Sweep in Peace by Ilona Andrews


George Drayton.

As much as I hate seeing what he’s been forced to become, I’m also attracted to it. *shrugs* ~My Review

Tower of Thorns 02. Tower of Thorns by Juliet Marillier


Grim.

There’s no explaining this one. You have to experience it for yourself. ~My Review

Six of Crows 01. Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo”


KAZ.

Kaz ripped a dude’s eye out of his head b/c Dude wouldn’t give him the information he needed. And it was crazy hot. #sorrynotsorry ~My Review


Who are your book boyfriends?



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My name is Jessica and I live in Chattanooga, Tennessee. I’m trying my hand at writing, but mostly I read. My favorite genres are Fantasy, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy, and the YA versions of those genres, but if there is a book of a different color getting lots of buzz, I’ll read it too, just to be informed. If I’m not reading or writing, I’m probably on Goodreads or Pinterest or baking blueberry pies because I love them.

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15 responses to “Best Book Boyfriends of 2015 (@jessicadhaluska)

  1. OOO. Some great choices. I could go for Ollie or BRAN CORMACK!!! George would make sense too. I have to say I am crushing on Leo (Faith Hunter) so I get your scary guys are attractive, even villains sometimes. I cringe when I think of it but it’s happening. Anne

  2. GRIM! I actually just read and reviewed Tower of Thorns and Grim stole the show. He’s such a frigging sweetheart, man. But as much as I’d love him as a book bf, his heart seems to be with a certain wise woman. 😉 I was also a big fan of, uh, the dragon from Uprooted. There were some pretty steamy moments in there for a YA novel!
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