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Hero Vs Hero, Day 6: Battle of the Dominants! Click to vote on match-ups #13 and #14!

Hero Vs Hero, Day 6: Battle of the Dominants! Click to vote on match-ups #13 and #14!

by davincikittieFebruary 17, 2015

All this week and last, Kensington is hosting a massive Hero Versus Hero battle and they want our help to pick the ultimate winner. You can find the daily match-ups here on GraveTells and at many other fabulous blogs. In conjunction with the event, Kensington is offering discounts on many of the featured books, so it’s a great time to go fishing for your next potential book boyfriend!

Ready for the next two match-ups?

Match-up #13: Henry Bennett Webb vs. Lord Damian “Grey” Caldwell in the Battle of the Dominants!

Henry Bennett Webb, hero of Playing the Game by M.Q. Barber


Grey, hero of Deeply In You by Sharon Page

Match-up #14: Lord Valentin Sokorvsky (the Charming Paramour) vs. Marcus Holt (the Hot Fireman)

Lord Valentin Sokorvsky, hero of Simply Sexual by Kate Pearce


Marcus Holt, hero of Smolder (a novella in Smokin’ Hot) by Lynn LaFleur

Ready to vote?

Click here to vote & show support for your favorite hero! More match-ups coming tomorrow!

Let’s chat!

I LOVE HENRY WEBB!! I’ve recently been introduced to the Neighborly Affections series, based on a contemporary menage between two men and one woman, and Henry is such a smooth, laid-back Dominant. He doesn’t need to be bossy to keep control and his style is instructional yet firm. Henry is my pick to win this round (and, of course, the whole showdown)!

Do you have a fave hero? Tell us about him!

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About The Author
Sue "DaVinciKittie" Brown-Moore is a veteran romance blogger and reviewer and the primary voice for Sue has been shamelessly pimping book boyfriends since 2010 and has won several blogging awards with GraveTells. Sue is also a freelance Developmental Editor passionate about helping authors bring out the best in their stories. She loves reading romance, fantasy, and sci-fi and edits any genre she reads for pleasure. You can follow Sue's editing blog, with tips and tricks for authors, at

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