How To Play:
Some book/book boyfriends will be provided by the person who is tagging and you have to share the picture/gif of the person you visualized the character to be and write what you think about the character. If you haven’t read any of the books, you may add any of your own.
I was tagged by Kim at Reading in the Red Room. This was difficult for me as I have a very clear picture in my head of the book boyfriends, and sometimes I cannot find anyone similar to show. Like Dex from the Experiment in Terror; I have never seen someone I thought looks like the picture in my head. So although I love him, not included.
#1 Cameron Hamilton from Wait for You by J. Lynn (Jennifer L. Armentrout)
I swear this man stole my heart. And not just with his cookies. Is he too good to be true? Who cares this man is amazing! And can you believe I picture my own guy in my head? The closest casting I can provide is this guy, but it’s still not quite what I see.
#2 Ryke Meadows from The Addicted Series by Krista and Becca Ritchie
I love this smartass. He’s rough around the edges, and gruff to others but treats his love like she’s precious. Gotta love that in a man.
#3 Nate Sawyer from Before Jamaica Lane by Samantha Young
There are no words. This tale of the broken hearted manwhore who fell for this best friend is hands down one of the best love stories I’ve ever read. And Nate was the perfect man for me—- I mean, Olivia.
#4 Simon Parker from Wallbanger by Alice Clayton
The guy has a harem, what more is there to say? (That he’s amazeballs and completely stepped up his game for the right girl).
#5 Jesse Walker from Lost and Found by Nicole Williams
The loveable, virginal cowboy who proves that nice guys can still be extremely sexy.
#6 Wes Railey from The Original Sinners series by Tiffany Reisz
I’m going to have to agree with Kim on this one, of all the men in that series I loved Wes the most. I love a devoted man and this guy commits!
#7 Lucas from Easy by Tammara Webber
A man with issues but who remains a good person deep into his soul.
#8 Rome Archer from Rome (Marked Men series) by Jay Crownover
An army man dealing with the loss of his younger brother and finding his place in life as a civilian.
At this point I’m sticking with 8 because Kim did, and I have trouble finding the right photos for my book boyfriends. There are so many more, but as I said before casting them is more difficult than I thought it would be.
Geri (@) from The Racy Lit Reader
and Feifei (@) from Book Vigilante Review
You can use any/all of the boyfriends I’ve named … or use your own! Have fun!