Swoony Boy of the Month is our new feature where we spotlight a favorite and/or swoony boy from the books we have read.
Happy August Y'all! This month the boy that has us drooling is: Thomas "Razor" Turner from Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry. He's a bad boy that's a little off kilter but is super smart, and sensitive under his tough exterior. I love his protectiveness and good heart. The bad boy vibe he has going on doesn't hurt either!
I glance over my shoulder. “Yes?”
Those are two enticing and lovely words. “I will be. I have you protecting me, right?”
Maybe I’m misreading Razor, but his eyes travel my body like he might toss me onto the bed of the truck and kiss me in a way I’ve never been kissed before. “Don’t worry. I completely have your back.”
“Because somebody out there fucking loves you and doesn't deserve the type of hurt you jumping would have caused. Killing yourself doesn't solve your problems. It just hands them to somebody else.”
“…as I attempt to release her, she squeezes my hand and offers a shy smile. Something within me shifts. No, I don’t get nervous, but Brenna transports me to all sorts of new places. It’s not her physical proximity getting to me, it’s the fact that she makes me feel.”
"I'm in love with you. This isn't a memory, but a promise, do you hear me?"
“I love you', I tell her. 'I don't have fancy shit inside me or other pretty words to say, but know that, no matter what, I love you.”
*Swoons* For more Razor check out Walk the Edge by Katie McGarry.