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Jun 17 2014 11:30am

5 New Adult Heroes You’d Want to Be Handcuffed to for a Day

Perfect Kind of Trouble by Chelsea FineToday we're pleased to welcome author Chelsea Fine to Heroes and Heartbreakers. Chelsea's latest release, Perfect Kind of Trouble, has a hero and heroine who have to get shackled together—literally, as in, handcuffed together—in order to gain an inheritance. Plus did we mention both of them have some serious attitude about the other? Perfect!   She's here to round up a list of the other New Adult heroes she wouldn't mind getting handcuffed to. Thanks, Chelsea!

1) Travis Maddox from Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
Travis is like every boyfriend I ever hated loving. Haha. And I do love him. He’s a mess and he’s desperate; he’s temperamental and lost. I mean, really. He’s like the perfect boy project. Which makes him totally my type. So I’d happily handcuff myself to his side all day.

2) Camden McQueen from Sins and Needles by Karina Halle
First of all, can I just say THIS BOOK. I did not see it coming. Not in any way. Talk about two seriously screwed up characters that are perfect for each other. Gah! I totally wasn’t ready for the wild ride Sins and Needles took me on—but I loved every second of it. So Camden McQueen. What can I say? He scares me. In a hot way. Haha. He’s just so decent with such a good soul—yet he’s capable of acting so wicked and cruel! I mean, I don’t know whether to run away from him or strip my clothes off for him. Haha. He messes with my head and, as I mentioned earlier, I tend to go for guys that are a complete project. And Camden McQueen is a project. He’s broken. Hurt. Lost. But he’s also got it together. He’s smart. Careful. Loving. It’s. Just. So. Insane. So yeah. *holds out wrist* Cuff us!

[+ 3 more swoonworthy heroes...]