Top 10 of 2015 (4): Best Book Boyfriends of 2015

Top10_horizontalTHURSDAY, DECEMBER 24TH If you haven’t yet heard of the Top 10 of 2015 week-long event, it's hosted by FiktshunJaime of Two Chicks on Books,  Mindy of Magical Urban Fantasy Reads, and Nancy of Tales of a Ravenous Reader. In a nutshell it’s where readers share their favorite bookish lists over a time period of five days (leaving your post links in the daily Linky Lists).

Each host blog is hosting their own giveaways on four of the five days of this challenge:

Hi all! So, I skipped yesterday's Top 10  of 2015 list because I didn't feel like I had an adequate list of ten for any of the choices. But if you are interested in knowing what yesterday's list was, it was a Reader's Choice list. See below:

Best _____________ of 2015 (Reader’s/Blogger’s choice. Please fill in the blank with ONE of these topics – Villains, Contemporaries, Dual POV’s, Novellas, Adult titles, New Adult titles, Love Triangles, Couples, Bad Boys or Debuts. REMEMBER: this list MUST be from books you’ve READ in 2015)

Anyways, today's list is the...

Best Book Boyfriends of 2015* (in no particular order)

  1. Hudson from My Kind of Wonderful by Jill Shalvis


This book came out on the 22nd, and I finished it yesterday, the 23rd, which was perfect timing because now Hudson Kincaid made the list for Best Book Boyfriends of 2015! I found him totally endearing--even when he unnecessarily blamed himself for every little unfortunate circumstance--and he was totally sweet to his mother with early on-set dementia and his love Bailey who is a cancer survivor.

2. Parker from All I Want by Jill Shalvis


Just make your hero cuddle up with a big dog afraid their own shadow, and two little and devilish kittens, and I'm in love. Jill Shalvis writes some great heroes.

3. Chance from Chance of a Lifetime by Marissa Clarke


OMG. Chance. The way he treated Gen was just so perfect. He never let that fact that Gen is blind get in the way of anything. He treated her as a strong and capable human being, which she is. And those love scenes, so hot when touch is the primary sense.

4. Stephen McKinney from Worth the Risk by Claudia Connor


So, Matt McKinney from book one is my all time favorite book boyfriend as of a few weeks ago, but I sincerely love Stephen, too! He's been through so much. I admire him and the way he learned to grow and love again.

5. Russell from Make Me by Tessa Bailey


Russell. Oh Russell. So sweet. He's big in stature due to the nature of his job, so he seems kind of intimating at first glance, but he is literally a big teddy bear. Kind of a doofus even but a cute, sincere doofus.

6. Nick from Forever with You by Jennifer L. Armentrout


I felt like I waited so long to get to know the mysterious Nick, and he's just a perfect as I needed him to be. I mean, of course he messes up, but he's smart enough to let his first mistake be his last.

7. Matt from Falling for the PI by Victoria James

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I can't express enough how great Matt is. Him and Kate are perfect, but him and Janie, Kate's adopted daughter with down-syndrome are even more perfect together. He loves that child more than anything and that's what I loved about him.

8. Galen Buchanan from The Perfect Bargain by Julia London


Galen is a Scottish pub owner who falls for the annoying and beautiful American woman. What's not to love?

9. Adrian from The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead

The Ruby Circle

I was and always will be Team #Sydrian. You can't help but root for Adrian, and I love the way he brings out Sydney's fun, relaxed, and caring side.

10. Slade Edmunds from Playing the Player by Lisa Brown Roberts


Slade my boy! You surprised me. I mean, I knew that Slade was going to be the popular boy with a secretly kind soul, but man, you were even better than I imagined.

*MUST be from a book released in 2015 and from a book you’ve READ in 2015