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Sunday, October 21, 2007

Snoggable Male Characters

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:
Rebecca Talley

Sarah

Jean

6 comments:

Tamra Norton said...

Great list!

Tristi Pinkston said...

Sigh -- Knightley. And Darcy. And I also must add -- Colonel Brandon. Oh my gosh, Colonel Brandon!! :)

And I'm so with you on Gilbert Blythe.

By the way, Marcia, I had a commenter thank me for the translation of the Spanish verse of "Dang, Fetch, Oh My Heck." Thanks again for doing that!

Marcia Mickelson said...

Thanks, guys. Glad I could help with the Spanish, Tristi.

Veronica Mitchell said...

This is the best meme I've ever come up with. I love to see how it has taken off.

Sarah & Spencer (But Mostly Sarah) said...

Marcia,
I'd have to say that I agree with you on half those items...especially austen books, I'm with you! Have you read These is My Words? I would add Jack Elliot to your list. Read the book!
S

Sarah & Spencer (But Mostly Sarah) said...

Marcia,
I'd have to say that I agree with you on half those items...especially austen books, I'm with you! Have you read These is My Words? I would add Jack Elliot to your list. Read the book!
S