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Marcus, from the series "Chronicles of the Warlands". Marcus is a semi main character, and in the third book in the series, we see seeds of a potential story, but as far as I know, we are never given his story. So I would love to see him get his HEA--he so deserves it.
Ian, from Jeaniene Frosts Night Huntress series. Now this character is a ball of fun and I think I would love to see him get a story...he is super outrageous and shocking, but there is something about him that calls out to me.
The doctor, Nikki, a African American, is a character I hope gets her story. She has such a strong personality that would be a perfect fit for the Breeds, don't ya think?
Percy, is a character that is reoccurring all through the Malory series. He is friends from Jeremy and Derek Malory. He has such a unique personality and you see him so much, you just hope he gets his story one day...and soon.
Phillip DePiaget, from Lynn Kurland series, he is the brother of Kendrick, and in other books we see him and it would be wonderful to see him get a story, even just a novella.
Rawley Cooper, I would love it if we could see a story with him in it. From Texas Glory, you just fall in love with this sweet boy. And then in the next book Texas Splendor, we see him older, and I think it would be fantastic if Heath would get on it...someday.
In the wedding, we see a setup of the heroine's sisters, to eventually get their own story, but never do. So I would enjoy seeing that happen.