Here is my belief:
So this week, I shall share my list of boys... the boys that make me wish I was living in their fictional world so we could get fictionally married and have fictional children.
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1. Étienne St. Clair (Anna and the French Kiss) and Cricket (Lola and the Boy Next Door) by Stephanie Perkins
I don't know what it is about Ms. Perkins and her ability to create swoony boys, but thank goodness. I love Étienne because he is just wonderful plus he has an accent. Cricket on the other hand is my dream guy. I love nerdy guys. I can't help it. It's my type.
2. Prince Maxon from The Selection by Kiera Cass
Royalty, sweet, and incredibly funny. April is finally here. I'm pretty sure I would give a body part for that book. Well maybe not that extreme, but is anyone interested in my first-born child? Just kidding, just kidding.
3. Augustus Waters from The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
I recently had a friend that picked up this book at random from Wal-Mart. She called me raving about the book. She said, "So I started this book called The Fault in Our Stars."
My response was, of course, "OHMYGOSH by John Green?!?!?!"
She probably thought I was crazy. But then she commented on how attractive Augustus seems. I couldn't agree more. The boy has beauty and brains even in the midst of overcoming sickness. His outlook on everything is just so refreshing and incredibly attractive.
4. Kaleb Ballard from the Hourglass series by Myra McEntire
Michael was wonderful. He really was. But Kaleb? My gosh the boy is attractive. He is just enough bad boy for me, and the way he loves Lily is enough to make me super happy. So yeah, Kaleb.
5. Warner from Shatter Me series by Tahereh Mafi
I hated him at first. I'll admit it. I have yet to read Destroy Me, but Warner seems like he has something that Juliette may need. Maybe I'm crazy for thinking that, but I think Warner is incredibly hot.
6. Eli (Along for the Ride) and Owen (Just Listen) by Sarah Dessen
Both of these boys captured my heart. They both challenged the girls they loved to be the best they could be. They both showed each of the girls something new about living life. They both were incredibly attractive... always a plus.
7. Rhett Butler from from Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell
I really was doomed to love the bad boys in books after reading this in the sixth grade. Rhett Butler stole my heart, and every since I have looked for the rascal in the boys among the pages.
8. Dimitri Belikov from Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
Ok so since I just finished the first book in the Vampire Academy series recently, I have to add him to my list of book boyfriends. My goodness the man just exuded hotness in the story. I personally have never been a fan of the Russian accent, but after reading the book I may have changed my mind.
9. Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Not going to lie. When I first read the book, I liked Mr. Darcy. When I watched the movie, the modern one, I feel in love with Mr. Darcy. He became my ideal man. Of course I just like the idea of the properness of the time. I think it's the romantic in me.
10. Jack from The Dark Companion by Marta Acosta
He was charmingly strange, incredibly funny, and had a way with word play. He also had a habit of saving Jane. Thankfully, she also saved him a time or two, which is always a plus. He will always be a book boyfriend for me.
Ok so I know that all of us have a boy or two or dozen that we drool over. Did you make a list?