What is a book boyfriend? He’s a character in a book that stays with you long after you’ve read “the end.” I’ve had many book boyfriends over the years. Here are some I’d like to share.
Natural Born Charmer by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. NFL quarterback Dean Robillard is on an off-season quest to figure out why he’s not happy. He runs across broke, beaver suit-wearing Blue Bailey and his life will never be the same. Humor and healing never made me cry as much as Susan did here.
Into the Storm by Suzanne Brockmann. This might be #10 in this popular series, but it’s #1 for me. Two people who don’t think they’re right for each other plus a serial killer and a huge snowstorm equal one hot mess. Sure, the series has a lot of characters weave in and out of each book, but the sex with Jenk is hot and I can guarantee you’ll be crying at the end.
Romancing Mr. Bridgerton by Julia Quinn. Penelope Featherington hides her adoration of Collin Bridgerton and her occupation as the ton’s juiciest gossip columnist behind hideous, unflattering gowns. When Collin begins to see past Penelope’s façade, he doesn’t approve of her occupation – the unveiling of which will ruin her. Penelope must balance her love of Collin with her sense of self-worth and decide which path she’ll choose. And of course, Collin doesn’t make it easy.
Do you have a book boyfriend you can’t forget?
Mel Curtis is an award-winning, USA Today bestselling author. Her latest release is a sweet romantic comedy about a travel writer who gets away with making fun of his destinations until he meets a woman who doesn’t think he’s funny.