Librophilia

Librophilia: Book Boyfriends

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We all have that one romance hero who just turns our crank like no other. These boys have a piece of our heart. We love them for a number of reasons, but being hot is always one of them.  Here are two of my book boyfriends.

bbfkellankyle4“I’ve never wanted anyone, like I want you. Every girl is you to me. You’re all I see…you’re all I want.”

Leather jacket + guitars + a bad boy who is surprisingly sweet + has way with words… That’s a turn on!

So far, Kellan Kyle is the ultimate fictional boyfriend. I know it is too hard to meet someone as fictionally-perfect like him, but if I do meet someone who is as close to his devotion and love for Kiera, I am going to marry that man.

Kellan is a character from  SC Stephen’s #Thoughtless series. If you haven’t read yet, do yourself a favor,  go get a copy and START NOW!

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“If I were to taste your mouth now, I couldn’t answer for the consequences. So I can only adore this beautiful neck. I know that in a few seconds I will have to pull away, before the temptation becomes too much. It’s too much already. You have no idea how much I want you.”

Professor Gabriel Emerson makes me want to study in University of Toronto and take up Dante as my major.  Or not…  It will be hard to learn anything while having a sexy professor like him teach me. Plus I might end up getting a detention… Or a lawsuit. He is the main character of Sylvain Reynard’s Gabriel Inferno,  a  well respected Dante specialist by day, but by night he devotes himself to an uninhibited life of pleasure. Oooh pleasure!

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