MARCH MADNESS: Reid Wentworth from Anomaly by Tonya Kuper !
This is my first time ever
participating in March Madness, so I am still learning, but basically bloggers
get to nominate a book hero or heroine to champion or cheer for that will go head to head against another book
hero or heroine. Each battle will produce a winner and in the final round, a
champion is chosen. It is my job as a blogger to convince you that my hero is
the best (and he is). Then you will get to vote for who you think should win
Now, it is time to meet my hero!
Meet Reid Wentworth from Anomaly by Tonya Kuper.
He is smart, attractive,
protective, funny, and he has special powers. What isn’t to love?!
I instantly knew I would love him
when he made his entrance in Anomaly. It went a little something like this…
“Another bike rolled up between the red one
and the curb. A black crotch rocket. Black helmet and black tee on a whole
Oh my. *fans self* As if the fact that he
rides a motorcycle isn’t enough, he has semi-long dark hair, blue eyes, and a
tattoo. Hallelujah for fictional boys, am I right?
Not only is he attractive, but he
is also protective of Josie, the heroine in Anomaly.
“No way would I let Santos hit on her, let
alone sleep with her. I wouldn’t let anyone touch her.”
Ah, you have to love a protective
To top it off, he is really
playful with Josie. He can joke around and not feel stupid for doing so. Here
is an example:
“What would you dress me as, Reid?”
A grin spread across his face, slow and mischievous.
“Wouldn’t you like to know.”
Reid Wentworth, you cheeky lad. Let’s
see what else he can come up with.
“Well, you certainly stun. You’re the only
person who can make nerdy look so sexy.”
*Commences trying to make nerdy
Reid is the perfect blend of
playful, sincere, protective, and funny. He is never over the top, and he is a
character that you cannot help but love from the start. He is definitely a hero
worth fighting for, don’t you agree?