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Valentine's Day Book Boyfriends

Valentine's Day is right around the corner so what better time than to find out who your book boyfriend should be? TeenReads.com has a great quiz up to help you discover what literary character you should be spending Valentine's Day with.

My book boyfriend? Etienne St. Clair from Anna and the French Kiss.

Take the quiz then come back and tell me who your book boyfriend is!

Or if your ideal book boyfriend isn't listed as one of the options in the quiz, who do wish would come on Valentine's Day and sweep you away? My biggest book boyfriend remains Gilbert Blythe from Anne of Green Gables-major swoon!!

Comments

  1. Mine was tied between Sam from Shiver and Daniel from Fallen. But I do not do angels, so Sam it is!

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  2. I had the same Abby, Sam from Shiver and Daniel from Fallen. Strangely, I'm ok with 2 book boyfriends...I'll be busy but it will be fun!

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  3. Etienne!! I have so many literary crushes I am not sure I could pick just one. I think Sarah Dessen writes great guys but I can never pick between Owen or Wes. I think Jace from The Mortal Instruments is really hot. Maybe Peeta, my heart ached for him probably the most.

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  4. I got Sam (love that name, so I'm good with it) but in truth, for me, it will always be P&P's Mr. Darcy--especially if he looks like Colin Firth!

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  5. I also got St. Clair. *sigh* I lost count of how many literary boyfriends I have. LOL, the list gets larger and larger.

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  6. I got Etienne St. Clair. I haven't had the chance to read the book he's in but I've heard great things. I liked that answer "just.not.red" haha

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  7. What about girlfriends, for those who swing that way?

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  8. Etienne St. Clair is mine as well, which suits me just fine.

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  9. Man, I should have gone through my feed reader earlier. I just did this same post on Valentine's Day! I have so many book boyfriends (Etienne is one of them) I couldn't even list them all!

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