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text 2014-10-12 01:58
Male Characters That I've Broken Up With

This is a list of male characters that I thought I was in love with while reading the book, or the series, but looking back on it I'm not as in love with them as I once thought.  This doesn't mean I don't like these characters, as I'll explain my feelings toward them in the later part of this post.  


***Remember these are all my own opinions, and I don't mean offence to anyone in anyway.  This post is just meant to be fun.***


Augustus Waters (The Fault In Our Stars)- Don't get me wrong, I loved him while I was reading the book.  I felt all the feels that everyone else does, but after finishing the book.  We grew apart.  Other characters came into my life.  I moved on.  We'll always be friends, we just aren't meant for each other.


Tobias Eaton (Divergent)- Four... Four old pall.  I thought I had a crush on you, in the first book.  You were the mysterious, kick butt guy.  You stole my heart withing pages, and then when Insurgent came around... You weren't who I thought you were.  You changed, I changed.  We just didn't click anymore.  And that's that.


Stefan Salvatore (The Vampire Diaries)- When I began reading the Vampire Diaries back in 2011 I was completely team Stefan.  I thought he was the cat's meow.  I shipped Stelena all the way.  By the time the spin off series The Return came, Stefan became whiny and weak in a lot of senses, and because of this, and other factors, I haven't been able to finish the series.


Ezra Fitz (Pretty Little Liars)- In the beginning I was all for Aria and Ezra, but as the series went on and things happened he really got on my nerves.  Since the beginning of the first book when Noel was first introduced I wanted him and Aria to get together.  But she was just so consumed with Ezra that she didn't really see anyone else.  And I found Ezra a bit sleazy throughout the series...


Daniel Grigori (Fallen)- This was my first angel novel and OMIGOSH he's a fallen angel! That is so sexy! Ahhh! But seriously he was only cool for like the first book.  He became a tad bit selfish, whiny, and too mushy gushy "I love you so much Luce, we can't be together but you can never be with anyone else. I need you so much but I'm going to put myself first in this relationship. Kay?" Give me a break.  I like Cam so much better than you.  At least his character has some depth and he has the whole bad boy thing going on.


Eli Stock (Along for the Ride)- I've never felt the emotional connection to Eli that I did to Sarah Dessen's other characters, not saying that I didn't like him because I did very much, he just didn't compare to Wes or Owen from her other novels.  He was one of the first male love interests that I read about back in 2011 and the world of reading and contemporary was new to me, so he'll always be special to me in that way, but I love him more like a brother nowadays. 


Sam Roth (Shiver)- In the first installment of the Shiver Trilogy I thought Sam was cute.  I read this way, way back in the sixth grade maybe... So like 2010... ish? So I didn't know much about male characters and just how sexy they can be.  Sam was cute, and sweet and I really did like him.  But then Cole St.Clair happened.  He still sits on my list of crushes.  He completely blew Sam out of the water.  He was the bad boy rock star.  I have a thing for the bad boys, and Sam just couldn't keep up.


Peeta Mellark (The Hunger Games)-  And then we have Peeta.  The sweet, caring, boy with the bread.  I wanted to love him throughout the novel because everyone else seemed to love him.  I was never able to reach that level of emotional connection with him that I've felt with my favorite characters.  Peeta was a nice guy, but not the right guy for me.  But that's okay, he's got lots of fangirls all over the world who love him.

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review 2013-09-28 13:11
Review: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater
Shiver - Maggie Stiefvater

I've said it before, but I'll explain again. I have terrible trouble sleeping. Insomnia. I just lay there, listening to my little dog snoring softly watching all these sparks swirl and leap around my mind. Ideas, endless worries, crazy thoughts, imagined scenarios all buzzing and jostling about in that tiny area that houses my brain. It's like when I turn the lights out and lay down, my own lights behind my eyes fizz to life and beam blindingly bright. I can't switch off. It doesn't help that for some reason my mattress has begun to cave down towards the centre on the earth ....


I was having one such night, where I was lying there imagining what it would take for me to become an astronaut when I thought screw this! I'm not gonna lie here wasting all this precious time. I'll do something constructive. So at 2am I put on my trainers and went for a run. Our city is pretty cool at night because you can head up onto the bridge, look back and enjoy about a million lights cascading down the hill and tumbling to be reflected in the flat, black water below.

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review 2013-07-12 00:56
The Raven Boys
The Raven Boys - Maggie Stiefvater

The Raven Boys has to be my favorite book my Maggie Steifvater so far. It was a little slow at times but with good reason as so much information was introduced it gave time to adjust. The plot was great and I know it will just get better from here. Some things were resolved but others were left open and I can’t wait to read the next book to see how things go. I loved the characters most. I wasn’t sure how so many characters would work out but each distinct personality shined and I loved each one whether it was instantly or they grew on me. I must say I appreciate the way the romance seems to be going. Blue, who I adore, is actually getting a chance to know the guys without automatically being head over heels for someone. A crush and visions hint at something more but I appreciate the fact that we learn about them without the main character constantly talking about how they are so perfect, we get to see their strengths and flaws. Overall I recommend giving this book a try.

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review 2011-07-02 00:00
Shiver [With Earbuds]
Shiver - Maggie Stiefvater,Jenna Lamia,David LeDoux Review to come, really enjoyed this book, more as it went along.
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