Hey Schmexy Friends!! I’m in love with my Day 21 Book Boyfriend! He is beautiful, sweet and just… sigh!!!
Noah Stewart from Present Perfect & Presently Perfect by Alison G. Bailey
Yup. He is the ultimate Book Boyfriend. And, man he is beautiful!!! Just look… OMG I want little Noah babies!!!
He is kind, thoughtful, sweet, romantic, loving, and did I say beautiful?!!! I just wanna snuggle him. He says things like this:
“You’ve always been my girl and always will be. No one will ever take me away from you, Tweet. You’re my heart and soul and that’s never going to change…”
GAH!!! He is so in love with Tweet and goes above and beyond to convince her that she’s worth it. He never gives up.
“When are you going to get it through that beautiful thick skull of yours that there is no moving on from you for me? I couldn’t even do it all those years you were being a pain in the ass, pushing me away.”
My heart hurt for him so many times and I just wanted to wrap him in my arms and never let him go. He made my knees weak and my toes curl. He was just perfect.
“You’re the first girl I’ve ever noticed and the last girl I’ll ever notice.”
So, I guess I don’t have a chance, huh?
I tried, I really did. I wrote to him, sent him chocolate cake, flirted. Take a look at what went down below:
But he stayed true to his girl. She makes him happy, so how can I be upset?
Their love story is one I will never forget. I got all the feels, felt every emotion deep in my heart and to the pit of my stomach.
Present Perfect Presently Perfect
About Alison G. Bailey
Alison was born, raised, and currently lives in Charleston, SC. She attended Winthrop University and graduated with a major in Theater. While at school she began writing one-act plays, which she later produced. Her debut novel, Present Perfect, landed on Amazon’s Best Seller List and appeared on many “Best Reads of 2013” Book Blogs. The novel is a current nominee for the 2014 Indie Romance Convention Awards. The second book from The Perfect series, Past Imperfect, was published in February of 2014.
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