Contemporary fiction has some AWESOME book boyfriends. Here's some of my favorites:
“It feels sort of euphoric, like we're in some sort of fairytale. Like she's Tinkerbell and I'm Peter Pan. No, wait. I don't want to be Peter Pan. Maybe she can be like Cinderella and I'll be her Prince Charming. Yeah, I like that fantasy better. Cinderella's hot when she's all poor and sweaty and slaving over the stove.”
“I wonder if it's possible for people to fall in love with a person one characteristic at a time, or if you fall for the entire person at once.”
“How does a guy like you promise someone forever at eighteen?”Matt from Flat-Out Matt by Jessica Park: Probably one of my favorite book boys of all-time. I just have a thing for the geeky ones!
“Easy,” he said, pressing a soft kiss into the corner of my mouth. “He finds a girl like you.”
“I did it, Finn. I did it. I was ready to jump, and now she’s jumping with me.”Beau from The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines. This doesn't even need explanation.
And for the hottie of the month:
COLE from Up In Flames by Nicole Williams
Because he jumps out of planes to fight forest fires, duh!