Hey all! If you follow my other social networks I'm sure you've seen the poll already. But I have an update and want to urge you all to hop on (if you've read The Thousand Year Curse) and vote!
It's just a fun way for me to get an idea who all of you like. So far I've gotten about twenty answers and we're at 48% want Ari, 52% want Ollie. I'd say that's pretty damn close to being even!
Vote for your favorite and I'll give you a snippet from The Curse of Betrayal for Teaser Friday. But only if we get a lot of voters! Urge your friends, goodreads friends and whoever else you can find.
And if you haven't read the book, go and get it, binge read and then report back! Ps, if you need a visual reminder, here are my faves for the duo.
So which do you prefer....
Ollie in all of his blonde glory. With his perfect gentleman-ness, icy blue eyes and need to make things perfect, he's the ideal match for Ryder. He is her first love and he showed her how to be confident in herself and broke her out of her shell. He pulled through when she needed a friend more than anything else. He can control weak individuals with his voice but he also has a tendency to be a bit possessive of Ryder. But that's only because he doesn't want to lose Ryder and he loves her so much.
Ari who is the dark horse. He has an outgoing personality but usually has a high wall built up around him. He doesn't let people in but Ryder's able to see through it most of the time. His jade eyes are the pathway to his emotions. He compensates often for his pain in unorthodox ways. He's a good guy at heart but has trouble showing it in his actions. He often does the wrong thing when having good intentions. But it's well known that he loves Ryder and would do anything for her.
UPDATE 10/30- Ollie is in the lead at 67%
© Taylor Lavati 2017
What Readers Have to Say...
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