Why Werewolves Make the Best Boyfriends

Werewolves, vampires, other shifters… Sure, they can all be dashing enough to steal your heart away. But at the end of the day, only werewolves stand up to the quality test.

1. Werewolf Boyfriends are Mega Strong


Need someone to carry your groceries for you? He’s got them. Need someone to help you move? That’s basically a game for him. Need someone to protect you from your impending death via vampire attack? (Let’s be real, they’re all demons despite how hot they may be.) He has the situation under control.

A beefy boyfriend is a hunky boyfriend—and you know them wolf boys be packing that beef.

2. Werewolf Boyfriends are Loyal


Werewolves aren’t immortal, they don’t have all the time in the world to fall in love again and again. They’ve got one life, just like you. You guys can grow old together and spend your senile years reminiscing about all the badass adventures you went on together during your youth.

And you know your werewolf boyfriend will still be around then—they got that deeply ingrained man’s best friend instinct going for them.

3. Werewolf Boyfriends can get the Stickers off Anything

You seen dem claws?

4. Werewolf Boyfriends Can be There for You Anytime of the Day

edward_sparkling-1Unlike vampires, werewolves don’t need to hide from the sunlight in fear of spontaneous combustion, or worse—spontaneous sparkling. They can, will, be there for you anytime you need, day or night.

5. They’re Naked a Lot


Need we say more?


If you’re looking for some steamy werewolf loving in your life, check out To Trust a Wolf, by Danielle Hardgrave available on Amazon here.

– Olivia 


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