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Romance Novels

My friend and I were discussing books the other day, you know, books we like, characters we love, etc… Anyway, we came up with this list which complies some of our favorite hero’s/heroines from some of our favorite romance novels and here they are:

(THIS IS IN NO WAY A COMPLETE LIST) 

From Megan Hart’s book Dirty: Dan Stewart and Ell.  (Great couple, hot factor)

From Megan Hart’s book Tempted: Alex Kennedy.
Alex is also in books: Everything Changes and Naked.  (Wickedly Sinful, ‘bam’ he’s sexy)

From Sherrilyn Kenyon Dark Hunter Series: Acheron Parthenopaeus.  (Sexy bad ass)

From Sherrilyn Kenyon Dark Hunter Series: SIMI.  (Hilarious)

From Victoria Dahl’s book Talk Me Down: Police Chief Ben Lawson and Molly Jennings.  (Cute, Sexy, Hot)

From Sarah McCarty’s Hell’s Eight Series: Tucker McCade and Sally Mae. (Complete opposites who heat it up)

From Lynsay Sands Argeneau Series: Lucern Argeneau.  (Darkly funny, brooding, temptingly sexy and you’ve got to love a vampire who gets his crotch stuck to a table cloth)

From Lynsay Sands Argeneau Series: Marguerite Argeneau.  (Sexy, Sassy and always the match maker)

From Charlotte Featherstone’s book Sinful: Matthew, Earl of Wallingford.  (He’s a naughty, naughty fellow from Victorian England)

From Gena Showalter’s Lords of the Underworld Series: Reyes bound by the demon of pain and Danika Ford.  (Impossible relationship which works)

From Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse Series: Sookie.  (Of course, Sookie, Sookie now)

From Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse Series: Eric, the sheriff of area five.  (He dark, brooding, manipulative, knows what he wants and how to get it and of course he’s a damn sexy vampire who’s not afraid to get naked)

From Rhyannon Byrd’s Primal Instinct Series: Aiden Shrader.  (Cause lets face it, who doesn’t love a Tiger in bed?)

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  1. I LOVE Ash and Simi! I also love Vane and Bride. Lucern and Marguerite are great ones, but don't forget Lucian and Bastian. Well, I must admit, I love ALL the Argeneaus! Two other of my favorite hero/heroine combos is JD Robb's Lt. Eve Dallas and her husband Roarke in the In Death series.

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  2. Ohhhh, Ash! love Love LOVE! And oh yeah... Eric... all the way. Just sayin' =)

    Nice blog you have here darlin'. I'm going to have to be looking around a bit.

    Hope you're having a good night.

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