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#FoylesFive: Book Boyfriends

14th February 2017 - Andi Yates

#FoylesFive: Book Boyfriends

 

Why not curl up with a book boyfriend this Valentine's Day? The good thing about book boyfriends is you can have more than one and they never talk back! Here are just a few of mine.

 

Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater 

Being a werewolf doesn't stop Sam being slightly broken. He is also gorgeous and loves books too. The perfect boy next door boyfriend (even if he is a werewolf).

 

Half Bad by Sally Green 

Features the ultimate book boyfriend. From the moment Gabriel appears on the page he stole my heart. He's mysterious, dangerous yet loyal and handsome.

 

Divergent by Veronica Roth 

Who wouldn't fall for calm and collected Four? He's the strong, silent type, but once you get a peek under the surface it's impossible not to be little bit in love with him.

 

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Finch is quirky. He's charming, he's deep and loving, he's dark, he's erratic and I want to just hug him until he's OK. He's really everything you'd want in a book boyfriend. I don't know anyone who's read this and doesn't want to be the person that saves him from himself.

 

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare 

Who to pick? I'm a bit of a fangirl over Mortal Instruments, so can't pick just one book boyfriend from the series. There's tormented and strong Jace who just needs someone to love him, but then there's dark, dangerous and fun Magnus with more to him than meets the eye...

 

 

 

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