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My love life with book boyfriends

Nowadays dating is a fashion. Love, betrayal, patch-ups, breakups is a common phenomenon for every teenager and young adult.

But I’m one of a kind… I’m 21 and I had no breakups, no betrayals, no melodrama. Because my boyfriends are quite low maintenance… Relationships with book boyfriends are picture perfect…

My dates are either in my bedroom, or in one end of my classroom. I go on drives, and flight trips. Only gifts exchanged are happiness, love and incessant bliss…


Every day is a Valentine’s Day with the ever poetic Stefan, reliving Keats all over again. Being in a crammed room with him also feels like walking down the street of Paris…

Posing for Lucas drawing my sketch, feels like I am the luckiest girl in the world…

Breezing through the woods with Edward, I get a new pair of wings…

I would always be a damsel in distress if Dimitri is my knight in shining armour…

Kicking some demon butt is my unique date with Jace

Fighting fears and injustices is child’s play if Four comes running to help me…., even better, comes jumping off trains and roofs to me…

Even Cancer cannot separate me and Gus. Always and forever, “okay”, with each other….

Flirting with Dorian has become my nighttime pleasure…

Before drifting into a sweet sleep… Dreaming about someone or the other of them all over and over again…


P.S. The characters mentioned above are:

Stefan Salvatore — The Vampire Diaries by L.J. Smith

Landon Lucas Maxfield — Easy by Tammara Webber

Edward Cullen — Twilight by Stephanie Meyer

Jace Wayland — The Mortal Instruments by Cassandra Clare

Four — Divergent by Veronica Roth

Gus or Augustus Waters — The Fault in our Stars by John Green

Dorian Havilliard — Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas




Priya Bhowal is a Creative Content Writing Intern at Kaffeinated Konversations. She was born and brought up in a West Bengal small town named Siliguri. Currently she’s in her final year of Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry, Zoology, Biotechnology (triple majors) from St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore. She lives, loves and breathes on novels, especially Fantasy, Romance and YA genres.



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