Evernight’s Book Boy Boyfriend Blog Hop

 

The Book Boyfriend Blog Hop is back and better than ever!

The authors of Evernight have a brand new team of swoon-worthy book boyfriend candidates. A sexy assortment of cowboys, Doms, detectives, millionaires, royalty, vampires, soldiers, and shifters are just a click away.

Get ready to find your next book boyfriend…

 

Kaspar

This is my sinspiration for Kaspar. Rawr.

 

Ahhh.. Kaspar. When I created my second naughty fairytale The Forest Maiden, I wanted to have a strong but reclusive hero. His profession was pinned on him from the moment he was born. An inheritance he couldn’t refuse. His destiny was to be an Okhotnik–professional assassin to the Lord he serves as his father before him did. Bond to serve without question. Eirlys, of course, changes that dynamic.

At first he believes she’s a forest maiden. A spirit of the first that seduces his kind into breaking their oaths. Not that Okhotnik must abstain from any sexual contact. That part of their life is void of any feeling toward their partner. Their masters employ specially trained whores that understand that they are to purge the urges out of the assassin and nothing more. Whatever task the Okhotnik has is above all. The temptation of seduction could mean the difference between life and death.

Yet Kaspar breaks that vow with Eirlys and the bond he shared with his master snaps as his heart gives over to her. No matter where she goes and what danger follows, he senses it and protects her above all else. Through him, she is awakened to a magic lying dormant inside her. His love will only cease for when he draws his last breath. He proves that love does not make one of his profession weak but strengthens who he is as a human being. 

 

What’s up for grabs?

  • One lucky hopper will win a $100 Amazon Gift Certificate sponsored by Evernight Publishing.
  • Plus, each author is giving away their own unique prize! So visit each blog hop stop for a host of fabulous prizes to win. How to enter? Answer this question in the comments below…

What is the trait you want most in your lover? Loyalty above all else or an undying love that lasts through the ages? Please explain why.

 

Be sure to leave the answer and your email address to be eligible to win a prize. Each comment gives you an entry for the grand prize (one per blog hop stop).

 

Now for my prize. I’m offering up an eCopy of The Forest Maiden and a $10 Amazon gift card. You must answer my question to be eligible. Good Luck!

Keep hopping to the next author or blogger. After you’ve met each hero click here to vote for your favorite book boyfriend. You’ll earn an extra grand prize entry!

 

You’re one step closer to meeting your next Book Boyfriend…

 

Click here to find other participating blogs and great prizes

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52 responses

  1. I would want a combination of both. The reason I say this is because what good is an undying love that lasts forever if the person your in love with isn’t loyal enough to make it worth having. Nobody wants to be in love with someone who isn’t loyal but everybody wants a love that lasts a lifetime. PlumCrazie@ymail.com

  2. Loyalty is one of the main ingredients for a lasting love relationship, so I hope choosing one wouldn’t cross out the other option completely 😛 Loyalty comes first with me though, together with respect and affection.
    shantih (at) hotmail (dot) it

  3. Loyalty is extremely important to me, but there has to be a love worth clinging to for it to work!

    vitajex(t)Aol(Dot)com

  4. Loyalty above else hands down. Undying love is an great idea in theory but a person can love someone intensely yet still be unfaithful or disloyal. Plus I have a hangup about loyalty in that I’ve never experienced it once in my life so I’d love that from a lover.

    adria(.)rose_03 at yahoo(.)com

  5. I would want both! You can’t have the love without the trust & loyalty there! If you aren’t loyal to me than you don’t really love me like you say. That’s just how I feel lol. Hope that made sense lol.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    I hope you have a great weekend! =)

    Brandi
    BLeigh1130 at yahoo dot com

  6. A good sense of humor. Someone who can make me laugh and laugh at himself is such an underrated trait. It doesn’t matter how bad it gets, if your guy can make you smile, you know you have a keeper.

    Bookworm (dot) judy (at) gmail (dot) com

  7. Good question….in a perfect world, both. The true romantic in me says an undying love but loyalty is so very important and how do you get to the first without establishing the second?

    Thanks for participating in the hop!
    simondex68 (at) gmail dot com

  8. I would choose undying love, because when you truly love someone you give them your trust and loyalty.
    bhometchko(at)hotmail(dot)com

  9. I think Thresa has the perfect answer. A combination is the perfect scenario – and with no loyalty, no deal.
    alifeamongbooks[at]gmail[dot]com

  10. I would want loyalty because I believe it leads to the undying love.

    thebigbluewall77 (at) gmail (dot) com

  11. love that will last forever.and till I find that I will not marry.now I just will keep having book boyfriend in-till I find him.
    sasluvbooks at yahoo dot com

  12. The trait that I want most in a lover would have to be loyalty. I find that people tend to change, whether it be for the good or bad, and therefore, relationships change. If they are loyal, they would be more willing to stick around and work on it. IMO.
    The unending love would be amazing as well, but I would be happy with just loyalty. 🙂
    Thank you for the great hop!
    trb0917 at gmail dot com

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