2/14/2020

Fictional Valentine's !!

WHO WOULD YOU CHOOSE
for your
FICTIONAL VALENTINE?












































TELL US WHO YOUR
FICTIONAL VALENTINE IS. 

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17 comments:

  1. I have to say Col. Brandon from SENSE AND SENSIBILITY - aka Alan Rickman.

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    1. Oh I do miss any character Alan Rickman portrayed...

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  2. Jack Sheridan from the Virgin River series. Haven't seen the series, but loved the books!

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  3. I'm sticking with Roarke from JD Robb's series.
    Happy Valentine's! greenshamrock atcox dotnet

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  4. I don't read much time travel, but Shana Grey's hero deserves to be a Valentine.

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  5. Charles Cornick from Patricia Brigg's Alpha & Omega series. I have a thing for the silent, protective type with a big heart and a hidden sense of humour.

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  6. Jefferson Blue.....love your books Angi.....Brenda Rumsey

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  7. I love Me. Darcy, but also like Graeme Montgomery from Never Seduce a Scot

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  8. I would choose Colin McKenzie. I really would like something like that. Someone who's their for me and I'm with him. Keeps me safe and I feel secure.

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  9. Beta-readers are indeed extremely important in your process. They will catch mistakes even you or a proofreader didn’t catch, and give amazing tips on how to develop further your story. I used https://honestbookreview.com to get a few reviews and also promote my book. Hopping to be in the top 100 genre lists and see better sales this Christmas season…

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  10. Oh yes I would any of the agents in your books Angi they are so protective and also always so manly I just love them I know in almost all of the books I fall in love with the hero and it is right when he is introduced as they always do something for their woman that is so extrodinary peggy clayton

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