When it comes to Valentine’s Day and we start to dream of our perfect date, our minds jumps straight into the pages of books: Four from ‘Divergent’, Jace ‘The Mortal Instruments’, Levi from ‘Fangirl’, Augustus from ‘The Fault in Our Stars’. But, alas, we don’t have the necessary powers to bring them to life.
But luckily for us, Brooding YA Hero on Twitter is here to save us with his wondrous insights into the ways YA boys make their heroines feel so special.
You’ll never be rid of them…
If your true love (that you dumped) is about to get on a plane/train/horse, leaving you forever, you’ll always be able to stop them in time.
— Brooding YA Hero (@broodingYAhero) February 8, 2016
You won’t need a coat on your date!
No matter how cold it gets, if you snuggle up with someone you haven’t kissed yet, your simmering sexual tension keeps you warm!
— Brooding YA Hero (@broodingYAhero) February 2, 2016
Why does he call you that?
If I’ve given you a nickname, there’s a very good chance I’m secretly in love with you.
— Brooding YA Hero (@broodingYAhero) January 29, 2016
He’ll carry your popcorn.
Clumsiness is a female character trait. No male character will ever trip, stumble, or spill a drink because we’re inherently better at life.
— Brooding YA Hero (@broodingYAhero) January 25, 2016
You won’t even need to talk!
If you argue with me, I'll kiss you to make you be quiet.
You'll find it romantic, not insulting, that I have zero interest in your opinion.
— Brooding YA Hero (@broodingYAhero) January 24, 2016
You won’t even need to watch much of the movie.
Your hands are cold? Let me warm them with my own.
Oh, hey, now you’re staring into my deep, sexy eyes. I had NO idea that would happen.
— Brooding YA Hero (@broodingYAhero) January 23, 2016
Which fictional character would be your perfect date? Tell us @maximumpopbooks!
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