If you could re-read a book from your book boyfriend's POV, who would you choose!?

Today, the book world woke up to news that Stephanie Meyer had included a big surprise with the tenth anniversary edition of TWILIGHT. Time will tell if fans appreciate the new gender-bent version entitled LIFE AND DEATH or if they're mad that they still don't have MIDNIGHT SUN, which is TWILIGHT from love interest Edward's POV.

The uproar got me thinking, though. A lot of people out there want to see Edward's POV because they were so drawn to him. Earlier this year, E.L. James released GREY, which is FIFTY SHADES OF GREY from Christian's POV. In the YA world, everyone is always really excited when Jennifer L. Armentrout releases chapters from various male POVs. (I personally LOVED seeing Aiden's POV in ELIXIR and am looking forward to seeing the world through Daemon Black's eyes this fall when OBLIVION releases.)

Sometimes I get annoyed when novels have more than one POV because the second voice isn't handled well, but when it IS handled well and when it's an amazing POV that gets you into the head of the MC's love interest? It's worth it for those books.

It made me curious: Whose POV would you like to see in books--or even novellas? What books would you be willing to read through a new set of eyes, knowing that some of the scenarios will be the same?

For me--and I've been saying this a while--I would love, love, LOVE to see the world through the eyes of Étienne St. Clair for ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS by Stephanie Perkins (My review of this amazing book). The swoons!!! I'd love a novel retelling everything from his POV because you KNOW Anna couldn't see the things he was going through and experiencing. Heck, I'd take a novella! I'd swoon all over again.

Sometimes, I get exasperated when I see couples from previous books come back again and again in newer books in a series because it starts to feel too crowded and it takes the attention off of the new main characters. But I've always been really happy to see Étienne and Anna again. Ummmmmmm and after their appearance in ISLA AND THE HAPPIlLY EVER AFTER, I'm so desperate for another cameo from them in a future book or a novella that takes place after ISLA from their POV or something because I am NOT READY to say goodbye to these two.

If Stephanie Perkins ever writes more, I'll be one of the very first people in line because ALL THE FEELS!!!

So if I had to choose ONE GUY from ONE BOOK
to get his own POV,
I'd choose Étienne St. Clair.

...Who would you choose!?
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Author: Stephanie Perkins
Release Date: Dec. 2, 2010
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile / Penguin

Can Anna find love in the City of Light?

Anna is happy in Atlanta. She has a loyal best friend and a crush on her coworker at the movie theater, who is just starting to return her affection. So she's less than thrilled when her father decides to send her to a boarding school in Paris for her senior year.

But despite not speaking a word of French, Anna meets some cool new people, including the handsome Étienne St. Clair, who quickly becomes her best friend. Unfortunately, he's taken —and Anna might be, too. Will a year of romantic near misses end with the French kiss she's waiting for?

"Magical. Anna and the French Kiss really captures the feeling of being in love." Cassandra Clare, author of The Mortal Instruments series“

Anna and the French Kiss charms [readers] with its Parisian setting and très bien boy.”

"Very sly. Very funny. Very romantic. You should date this book."
- Maureen Johnson, New York Times bestselling author

"Tantalizing pacing, sparkling repartee, vibrant supporting characters . . ." Gayle Forman, New York Times bestselling author of If I Stay

"Imagine a mug of rich, thick hot chocolate. Now add a swirl of sweet whipped cream. Yummy? Oui. Well, Anna and the French Kiss is richer, sweeter, and—yes—even hotter. You're in for a very special treat."
—Lauren Myracle, New York Times bestselling author of Peace, Love and Baby Ducks and Let It Snow