I am so incredibly tired of book blurbs or descriptions describing the main character as unexpectedly drawn to another character. No matter how it's said or described, I'm over it! If I see that character "oblivious" was suddenly drawn to character "God-like gorgeous", I'm not inclined to read the book. I might have been about 3 years ago. I am much wiser, not older mind you, just wiser. Reality is that yes we might find someone attractive right away, but it doesn't mean we're instantly in love with them! If we are, well, we have "other" issues. Seriously! It took me at least a few months to know I was "into" my husband.I've seen guys who are H-O-T hot, but the second they open their mouth, can I get a muzzle please?! Am I a sucker for a man calling me "darlin'"? Um...well yah. But I digress. A believable relationship takes time to develop. The last few books I've really enjoyed had situations where the characters didn't even like each other at first. So, if you're an author reading this, no disrespect intended. However, take note. Even in the paranormal genre some of us like our characters to be realistic.