25 Days of Book Boyfriends: Simon Wells


25 Days of Book Boyfriends at Vampire Book ClubA couple weeks ago I joked on Twitter that I was in need of a book boyfriend Advent calendar. There was quite a bit of “yes, please!” from others, but no one could find a good one. Clearly, this was up to me. So, to make the chaotic holiday season a little more fun and a lot more sexy, we’re going to feature a book boyfriend every day for the next 25 days.

That’s right. Welcome to VBC’s 25 Days of Book Boyfriends.


I loved the trope-y goodness in Karina Cooper’s Dark Mission series, and I definitely had a thing for each and every one of her heroes. Simon Wells is my favorite though. Hands down. My. Favorite. He has fun pushing Parker’s buttons (before they’re even a couple, he can’t help himself). As I said in my review of Sacrifice the Wicked (Amazon), “bossy, protective, snarky, possessive Simon is my favorite of the Dark Mission heroes. Not kidding, folks. If you enjoy alphas, you’ll swoon for Simon.”

While I’d totally suggest trying the series from Blood of the Wicked (VBC review | Amazon), you’ll get to know Simon in Sacrifice the Wicked:

Sacrifice the Wicked by Karina Cooper // VBCParker Adams has always done what’s expected of her . . . until a double agent with nothing to lose ignites a passion she doesn’t dare give in to.

Mission Agent Simon Wells is everything Parker Adams has been trained to fight: manipulator, murderer, spy . . . witch. But for her, what makes Simon most dangerous is his mesmerizing sexual magnetism, powerful enough to tempt even the famed ice queen of the Mission. Though she knows better, each encounter with the deceptive agent leaves her craving more.

Simon isn’t a man to let go of what’s his, and his pursuit forces Parker, a woman he can’t get out from under his skin, to make a stand that could destroy her. If they can work together, they might survive the politics that has enslaved their devastated world—or fall victim to the pitfalls of desperation, bone-deep mistrust, and a hunger that threatens to consume them.

One Response to “25 Days of Book Boyfriends: Simon Wells”

  1. infinitieh says:

    Can’t go wrong with Thierry Pepin!

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