Thursday, October 23, 2014

Only Perfect Boys Exist in Books

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Raise your hand if you have one or more crushes on a fictional boy. My crush status is currently over one hundred fictional boys and I am very proud. What about your fictional crushes?

I must warn you though. This is going to become awkward for people who either don't read, already have a boyfriend, or is of the male population. If you are in any of theses categories, I advise you not to read this.

Looks like you made your choose. From here on out, I will talk about my strong mental attachments to some of my favorite fictional boyfriends.

Jace Wayland. That's all I have to say. I'm joking but if you have read the Mortal Instruments, you can agree with me. He is someone that you want to have in your life. If you love smart-mouth characters, then Jace is perfect for you! Every time he speaks, he has one or two sarcastic comments to throw into the mix. Don't worry. If you don't like smart-alec character, even though they are the best kind of characters, Jace is very romantic... In his own way. He first seems like he is a know-it-all and a big show-off but once you get used to his personality and his mood shifts, he is very charming and caring.

For all those Fault in Our Star fans, we have Augustus Waters! He will love you no matter what. His way of showing his affection towards you is very different from Jace's antics. Augustus will come up to you without hesitation and make your day. He is very gregarious and is not afraid to say what's on his mind. Plus, he has a funny side to him that makes him even more likable. He is very charismatic and will face a problem with a laugh and a smile.

The next boy might not be well-known to many but his name is Prince Maxon. He lives in the world of Illéa and he was looking for a potential bride (lucky girl). What's really cute about him is he becomes socially awkward around girls. Once, the castle was layer siege on and Maxon had to go around the room to comfort crying girls, which he did not know how to do. He had to ask the main character, America, for help and advice. Now there's a man who isn't scared to ask for directions!
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And I can't forget Four! He's the one who would protect you from the evils of the real world. As he does with Tris in Divergent. He might come out as non-sociable but he is just saving himself for the right person. And I, like many other fangirls, want to be that special person. Four has a fear of heights but the way he shows that he is afraid is the tough-guy mask. As long as I know there is a caring man underneath that mask, I would love to date him. 

One of the worst feelings when finishing a series is leaving the boys behind. It gets better because you know that you can always keep the characters close to your heart.


  1. Wait what? You liked The Selection? I threw it across the room multiple times in reading it. And Augustus?

    Other than that I just read your entire blog and agree with everything. Also are those funkos on (presumably) your bookshelf?