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Love the quiz Mike, not sure if Adam and I would get on in real life! Some of the questions are rather racy!
I've just read Lust Money and Murder, and I could possibly agree that Nick LaGrange may interest me though I'm more of a Roland of Gilead (King's Dark Tower Series) type of girl. Fun quiz though :)
LOL Oh my, well yeah, I think I pegged that one right. After being with dear husband for 10 years, I can easily say, yep, he has kept me on my toes!
Nick is mine! :D Loved this quiz.
Neal Becker sounds perfect!! Will you be sending him over? Or do you want me to pick him up?.....What do you mean this was not a Giveaway???
Loved the quiz! Where did you find it?
Thanks, Charlotte. I didn't find the quiz, I created it from scratch with the help of a few creative friends.
My Ideal book hero is,Kyle Dunlap of Wild Child. He sounds like my hub, really no kidding. My hub would drop everything for me and my daughter if we needed him. I love these Q&A blogs Mike, their fun and gets you interested in your books. Great way to go.
Great Quiz!! Makes since! Have to read about Adam now! Creative idea.
Loved it Mike. Very fun. My perfect lover! Hahaha :-)
Mine is Ben McClean. Great quiz! These are so fun.
Always fun to do a quiz, but my result came back empty! Guess I'll have to keep on looking for a perfect book lover that fits my tastes. lol!
Sorry about that! Sometimes if you take the quiz via the Twitter link or just even my blog, all the layers don't work. Try taking the quiz directly on the site where it was created - here's the link http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=which-mike-wells-book-character-is-your-ideal-lover
The link is also up at the top of this page, just below the graphic at the start of the quiz
Kyle Dunlap is what your quiz chose. I am also in love with Ryan Lemmon from Corridor of Darkness by Patrick O'Bryon. A historical thriller I can relate to. Ryan is dashing and bold, yet sensitive. The greatest love of my life, of course, is the man I married, an engineer and rocket scientist who always does the right thing.:) Thanks for the fun!
Which book has Adam in it?
Adam is quite elusive, how does one capture him?
:-) I see you answered your first question. About the 2nd, I don't know...
A good quiz is always interesting to try. Kurt Kramer is the one who came up for me, although I just found that book on Audible, listened to the sample and I don't think he and I would get along fabulously. Thanks for a fun diversion, Mike.
:) glad you enjoyed it anyway, Lynn!