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Posted February 11, 2012 by Rachel Elizabeth in Ramblings & Musings
 
 

Book Boyfriend Love Letters: Proposal, by Rachel

Book Boyfriend Love Letters: Proposal, by Rachel
Book Boyfriend Love Letters: Proposal, by Rachel

Dear my future husband Prince Ash,

So I decided to write my Valentine’s Day love letter to you. Because you’re awesome…and amazing and hot and sexy and – well, you get the point. When you first showed up in The Iron King, I knew I’d fallen for you. I love how you’re protective, and possessive, and selfless. Every word out of your mouth pretty much makes me melt. Seriously, you’re like the King of Romantic Lines.

Anyway, I know the Unseelie believe that emotions are a weakness, but I like how they made you strong. I mean, you left behind everything you’ve ever known for the girl you love (NO. I’m not jealous of Meghan. At. All. Nope, not me) which just proves how devoted you are to her. You didn’t let the coldness and the cruelty you grew up around break you. The fact that you were still capable of love after all you endured shows what kind of person you are.

You are, without a doubt, the perfect book boyfriend. When you’re not chopping creatures up with your sword, you’re actually a pretty sweet guy, though I’m sure you wouldn’t agree. Oh, and your skill with a sword? It’s HOT. If you’re ever a little scratched up or bruised after a battle, and Meg’s not around, I’d be HAPPY to help you out.

Under that icy exterior, you’re everything a girl could want in a boyfriend. Which is why I’m currently planning our wedding, just in case things don’t work out with Meghan. And if you want to come to the wedding shirtless, I’m completely fine with it. Really. I insist.

Until then, I’ll continue to love you from afar.

 

 


Rachel Elizabeth

 
I'm an avid reader who loves Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, and Young Adult books! Despite the fact that my TBR pile is huge, I simply can't stop myself from constantly looking for new reads. I've always loved to read, but my love for books has grown in the past few years (Yes, I admit, Twilight was one of the first PNR books I'd ever read.) Since then, I've discovered many amazing authors and books that I hope to share with more people. Books are an escape for me, and without them..well, life would suck. Alot. Any author who can make me forget about real life by pulling me into their story and getting me to genuinely care about their characters is a good author in my book. I also love authors who write about strong, gorgeous, sexy alpha males. I mean, c'mon, who doesn't love a good alpha male? When I'm not reading (gasp!), I'm usually going to classes, studying, or spending time with family and friends.