By Marcia Mickelson
Well, I'd never heard of the word snog before. Thanks, Marsha for the definition and thanks Tamra for the fun tag.
“Ten Literary Characters I Would Totally Make Out With If I Were Single and They Were Real But I’m Not, Single I Mean, I Am Real, But I’m Also Happily Married and Want to Stay That Way So Maybe We Should Forget This”
#1 Of course, Darcy from Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen. He's the ultimate.
#2 A lot of others have mentioned Jake from Stephenie Meyers' series. I really like Jake, more than Edward. I liked New Moon the most out of the three books and was even a little disappointed when Edward came back.
#3 Captain Wentworth from Persuasion by Jane Austen. She really knew how to write a male character!
#4 Jack Gamble from Until Proven Guilty by Betsy Brannon Green. He's such a devoted father. That's an important quality.
#5 Gilbert Blythe from Anne of Green Gables.
#6 Mark Iverson from Betsy Brannon Green's Hearts In Hiding. I just loved the part where Mark said Kate's baby was as good as his. He just loves the baby as his own.
#7 Clay Eskiminzin from Kerry Blair's This Just In. This was a great book. He was valiant, strong, had a lot of integrity. He was batguy!
#8 Bump St. James from A Time for the Heart by Nancy Campbell Allen.
#9 Knightly from Jane Austen's Emma. What can I say? I love Jane Austen, and she's created the most snoggable men!
#10 The guy from Dorothy Keddington's Jayhawk. Okay, I can't remember the guy's name, but he was awesome. That book is so good. I need to go read it again.
I'll tag these three: