The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
No one trumps Augustus Waters. Him and crooked smile and his unlit cigarette and jokes and his Genie wish and his overdone picnic that was Romantic, but not romantic. I know he's unrealistic but that isn't going to stop me from wishing he was.
Obsidian- The Lux (1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Daemon is all kinds of ass- jackass, smartass and definitely one smoking hot piece of ass. I'm a bit late to hop in on the bandwagon but better late than never, right? I don't usually enjoy sci-fi/alien type fiction. I find them boring and unexciting. But I don't know what it was about Lux th- ok fine, it was Daemon. He's that hot.
Shadowfever- Fever (5) by Karen Marie Moning
Jericho Z. Barrons
Dayuuuum. Barrons is just... Sigh. He is hard, inhuman and brilliant. He is one of the most complicated, yet simple men ever. And him and Mac is probably one of the cutest, hottest, best couple in the world. I loved seeing Mac make him tick and it's just so damn entertaining. Thank you, Ms Moning for giving us Barrons.
The Raven Boys - The Raven Cycle (1) by Maggie Stiefvater
Richard "Dick" Campbell Gansey
Gansey is a true Aglionby boy- ridiculously rich, radiating confidence, power and completely obsessed with the supernatural, with waking the sleeping Glendower. He can be very flippant about money, which offends Adam like you wouldn't believe. But being rich isn't his fault and he never means it. Shut up, Adam. You're just a jealous, horrible friend.
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Étienne St. Clair
He is the cutest, most adorable ever. He's funny, smart, part American (mum), part French (dad) but he has a British accent (lived there) . Whaaat. He is a bit short, though but his personality towers over everyone else.
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