Romance- My all time favourite romance book hero’s

My all time fav top 10 romance book heroes – who are yours ?????

1.Matt Farrell – Paradise -Judith .Mcnaught

2.Zack Bendict – Perfect – Judith Mcnaught

3.Rhett Butler – Gone with the wind – Margaret Mitchell

4.Sebastian St Vincent- Devil in winter – Lisa Kleypas

5.Hardy Coates – Blue eyed Devil – Lisa Klepas 

6.Howard Roarke – Fountainhead- Ayn Rand

7.Dallie Beaudine- Fancy pants – Susan Elizabeth Phillips 

8.Duke of Avon – These old shades – Georgette Heyer

9 .Dain Ballister – Lord of Scoundrels- Loretta Chase 

Luke Gilchrist -Family man – Jayne A Krentz

3 thoughts on “Romance- My all time favourite romance book hero’s

  1. These are the names I could think of. This list is obviously not exhaustive, nor is it in order.
    So here it goes:
    1. Leo Valdez – Heroes of Olympus series – Rick Riordan
    2. Kaleb Krycheck – Heart of Obsidian – Nalini Singh
    3. Roark – In Death series – J. D Robb
    4. Joe Callahan – At Peace – Kristen Ashley
    5. Sebastian St Vincent – Devil In Winter – Lisa Kleypas
    6. Mr. Rochester – Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte
    7. Jay Gatsby – The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald
    8. Tariq – A Thousand Splendid Suns – Khaled Hosseini
    9. Noah Brady – Rivers End – Nora Roberts
    10. The Narrator – The Raven – Edgar Allan Poe


    1. I had struck to pure romance and HEA- But I agree about Rochester , Gatsby and Tariq – haven’t read Nalini Singh or Riordan will try them and read the Nora Robert . Soon Let’s so one with fav fiction heroines and compare our lists . I love to interact with like minded readers

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