The My Book Boyfriend group over at Shelfari
has a monthly thread dedicated to the hotties that caught members'
eyes over the course of their reading. The thread encompasses all
genres from romantic suspense and contemporary romance to urban fantasy
and paranormal romance with a few historical heroes thrown in.
Nick Robichaud in Out of Control by Stephanie Feagan - "He's Texas southern sexy and pretty mysterious. Sometimes on the arrogant side but he has to be when he's putting out oil rig fires. Double yum".
Marcus Marsden in It Happened One Autumn by Lisa Kleypas - "Even better the second time. Deceivingly uptight and unyielding, he's sexy and extremely caring."
Caleb D'Angelo in Storm of Visions by Christina Dodd - "He's an Italian bodyguard. As if that wasn't enough right there... I fell in love with him by the end of the book"
Roarke in Thankless in Death by J. D. Robb - "Back with Roarke again ... He's still... Roarke:)"
Alec Kincaid in The Bride by Julie Garwood
Sawyer Thompson in Head Over Heels by Jill Shalvis - "OMG! I want Sheriff Hottie in human form please! Not too much to ask, is it?"
Simon Hunt in The Kissing Game by Suzanne Brockmann
The Anti Hottie Harem:
Max "Torment" Huntington in Against the Ropes by Sarah Castille - "His domineering ways were so over the top that he went beyond Alpha towards psycho-stalkerish. You can bet your supply of sweet tea that I wouldn't allow a man of mine to growl at a guy who just happened to look at me. Of course the heroine thought all that was just adorable, so whatever!"