The Fictional Boyfriend Tag


Heyyyyy!!! It’s saturday, which means it’s time for a book tag :D. We’re still in february, so I’ll keep rolling with the Love theme, ok? This time I’m doing The Fictional Boyfriend Tag, created by Rachel Reads, and I was tagged by Keira @Signing On and Raven @Dreamy Addictions – Thank you girls!

1. Most romantic boyfriend

I have to say that Jem Carstairs is the first that comes to mind for this question. It’s fitting, because he’s also my first book-boyfriend and he’s still holding the number one place.


2. Dark and moody bad boy with a good side

Warner for sure. He’s dark and moody, although I don’t think he’s really a bad boy, he just acts like it. Inside, he’s all soft and gooey. 😀


3. Paranormal boyfriend

My first question is: do Fae count as paranormal? Yeah?! No?! I don’t really care! Because my answer is a Fae warrior, so deal with it. Lucien from ACOTAR :D.


4. Boyfriend you want to tame

I’m not sure I would like to “tame” anyone. I kind of don’t believe in “taming ” people, you either like them as they are, or you don’t, right? Either way, I would go with Garrett from The Deal. He doesn’t need any taming, we just needed to open his eyes :P.

5. Boy you friend zoned

This pains me to say, but I would have to friendzone Dean Holder, from Hopeless, because I can’t even ship him with me! The only person he can be with is Sky…. so yeah, only friendship in my future with Holder =/ .

6. Your soulmate

After some deep thoughts, I think Simon, from Wallbanger, is probably my Soulmate. Yep. I could see it. I wouldn’t mind seeing it… and we would live in San Francisco, how great would that be?

7. Boyfriend you want to elope with

Oh, gosh… this turned out to be the hardest question of all. I think I would chose Ryan from Whatever It Takes. He’s romantic, a bit impulsive at times, but ultimately he would be a damn good husband.


8. Boyfriend you’d venture anywhere with

Carswell Thorne for sure. He’s got a great sense of humour, and he would make the best of every single situation, which means he’s the perfect traveling partner, right? Also, he’s gorgeous, so that’s always a plus.


9. Boyfriend you’d want to be stranded on a desert island with

I’m choosing one that would be super usefull, because he has wings: Raffe, from the Penryn and the End of Days trilogy. Raffe would be great company, he’s hot, funny and snarky, and once we got tired of all the alone time in the island, he could just fly us out of there. How great is that?


10. Most badass boyfriend

Rowan Whitethorn, for sure! He’s the most badass of my book-boyfriends, and also one of my favorites. Actually, I wouldn’t mind if his was the only name on this list…


That’s it! 10 book boyfriends 😀 😀 :D. If you want to do this tag, consider yourself tagged, ok? 😉

Movie of the Week: Deadpool


WOW, how sad is it that I hadn’t set foot in the cinema since the beginning of January? But yesterday Deadpool finally premiered in Spain – yeah, you read that right… a whole week later than everywhere else. It sucks! – so I rushed to Barcelona to catch the first VOS session of the movie.

I won’t go into the plot of the movie, because to be honest there’s nothing especial about it, it’s an origin story, just like any other. What sets this movie apart is that everything is done differently. They got a “normal” story and went to crazy town with it.

From the moment the credits begin, with the mellow music and all, you know that this movie will be special. Yep, I was laughing before a single scene was shown. If you’ve watched it and paid attention, you know what I’m talking about.

This movie is beyond funny. Deadpool himself as a character is hilarious, but the breaking of the 4th wall, the references to other movies – such as all the jabs towards the X-Men franchise, to the sidekick who doesn’t want to move, the cab driver… every single thing is hilarious. The X-Men bits were seriously my favorites, lol… “Stewart or McAvoy?” LOLOLOL. And then there’s all the references to Ryan Reynolds himself. HILARIOUS!

The acting was superb and all the characters were amazing, even the “generic british bad guy”, eheh.

As a die-hard X-Men fan, I loved seeing Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead, and I loved LOVED LOVED that her suit was reminiscent of the original comic’s X-Men uniforms. BRILLIANT! 😀

It should be noted that the R-Rating should be taken very seriously. Not only there’s a lot of nudity (yep, you can definitly catch a glimpse of all of Ryan Reynolds), but brain matter, decapitations, amputations and so on happen a lot of times during this movie.

Go watch it, seriously, this might just well be my favorite superhero movie EVER, and that’s saying a lot, because I watch a lot of them.

Have you seen it yet? What are your thoughts on it?

Can’t Stay Away (Lilly Avalon)


Piper Winchester is fresh out of college. With only three weeks until her father remarries and five weeks until her first business venture launches, she’s got her hands full. She certainly doesn’t need any distractions to get in the way of building the future her father’s always wanted for her. But when a familiar boy with bright green eyes walks back into her life, she’s thrown for a loop. 

Four years ago, Chase MacKenzie left for college without looking back. He didn’t mean to disturb the peace then, and he definitely doesn’t want to do that now. Once he lays his eyes on Piper again, there’s no way he can leave without fixing what went wrong in the past. Although she’s more determined than ever to push him away, he still manages to get under her skin. Regardless of what happens between them, there’s one thing that will always be standing in their way… 

He’s about to become her stepbrother.

I don’t know what’s going on this month, but this was my third step-siblings romance in the space of 18 days. Granted, they were all remarkably different, and this was the first NA of the three, but still, I think I’m done with the step-siblings thing for a little while :P.

I had a little trouble getting into this story. The writing in the first few chapters was a bit choppy and the formating of the file didn’t help me to really get into the story. Still, it got better, and I flew by the second half of the book.

I wasn’t a huge fan of the characters to be honest. I liked them fine, but that was it. Piper was so controlled in her life that she hardly seemed like an out of college girl, instead, she seemed to have stopped at 17. Chase was a bit more fleshed out, but still very dependent on everything around him. This made it hard to love them, because they were always acting on someone else’s wishes, instead of their own. The parents were deplorable… both of them… bah! The secondary characters, a.k.a., Chase and Piper’s friends were surprisingly very cool, though I couldn’t help but find slightly funny that all three of them were gay men.

There was something lacking in the background of their romance. When they see each other after 4 years of no-contact, they rekindle the romance fairly quickly, which would have made much more sense if their story as teens would have been more developed. I needed more on them when they were younger, to understand their importance in each other’s lives, their friendship and their love. Still, with that said, their romance was hot and very well done as adults. and I loved the resolution of their story.

If you’re looking for a fun, light romance, with a touch of taboo, give this one a go.