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Book Blogger Hop #16 and Follow Friday #11

Book Blogger Hop

Tell us about one of your posts from this week and give us a link so we can read it (review or otherwise)!

My answer: Last Sunday I finished Angel by LA Weatherly, which was awesome, and I was very proud of my review, so I'm choosing that one to share with you all! I hope you like it, I thought it was a good one for me =] Read it here =] 

What's your favourite romance hero type? Stereotype wise. Do you like the strong silent type or the brute macho man?

My answer: Hmm... I didn't realise there were stereotypes :L I don't really mind if they're strong and silent or brute and macho, it depends on the book, and what competition they have :L I do like a man who will do anything for their girl, they're the best. So, I don't really mind, as long as they'll do whatever it takes to protect their loved one... 

What's happened this week at Cheezyfeet Books? 


  1. I'm like you. I don't care what they're like as long as they'll do whatever it takes to keep hold of their girl. It also depends on the book for me. I love whomever I'm reading at the moment.

  2. Happy FF! I'm your newest follower! I agree with you, as long as the hero is willing to fight for his girl, then I'm a fan!

    Stop by Paromantasy See you there :-)

  3. I agree that it definitely depends on the book. Sometimes you need a little bit of everything in your hero

  4. It is most definitely hard to try to pick a fave type of hero or male lead. Sometimes I think the Alpha male works but other times I don't like it. It really all just depends on the writing. But for the most part I like a strong silent type, but not so silent. I want there to be another trait as the dominant one!

    Old Follower

    Here's my Friday Post

    Have a GREAT weekend!

  5. Love your answer to Parajunkee's question! :-)

  6. The Post Is:

    This week I reviewed a work of suspense fiction that is such a wide departure from the thriller genre that I feel everyone – fans and foes of the genre alike – really should investigate.

    Hop on over to my blog and see for yourself –

    Howard A. Sherman, Implementor
    Get Inside a Story

  7. New Follower! I just Read your review for Angel, it was great! I need to read that book!

    Come Visit me:

  8. Just stopping by to check out your hop and follow friday! Have a great weekend. :)

    Reading Lark's Follow Friday & Hop

  9. Great! I have heard that Angel is the UK title of Angel Burn.. But I am not entirely sure though... I am currently reading it, I'll be having my review on it soon! New follower! ^^

    Here’s my Follow Friday and Hop!:]

  10. Old follower dropping by! Have a great weekend and drop by if you get a chance!
    My Bookish Ways


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