July 29, 2010

Top Ten Literary Crushes

Top Ten Picks is a weekly meme started out at Random Ramblings.  It's my first post for it and I'm excited to catch up.  I hope I could do the past topics because I would love to list my top ten! :)

This week's topic is actually Top Ten Pics for Male Literary Characters, but I'm having a hard time thinking (@_@ --> this is my face while thinking).  Then I realized it's hard for me because I'm confusing my "crushes" from the just males who's stood out in books.  So I decided to pick on a past topic which is *gasp* Top Ten Literary Crushes. :)  In no particular order:

1.  Aragorn from the Lord of the Rings - A reluctant king, with a penchant for dirt and action.  He was willing to let go of the woman she loves for her to live away from the certainty of death and war.  For a 80+ year old guy, I'm in-love.

2.  Jace Wayland from The Mortal Instruments - Who wouldn't drool over Jace?  I think most of the people who have read Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments would agree with me when I say that Jace is HOT and a must in every literary crush list.  He's a worthy opponent of the underdog, Simon whose fans I know will beg to differ.

3. Nick Ryves from The Demon's Lexicon Trilogy - We all love bad guys.  Nick personifies not just bad ass-ness but also hot-ness.  I wouldn't want to spoil the fun with Nick.  Read the book and be burned. SRB definitely knows how make it steam.

4. Peeta Mellark from The Hunger Games Trilogy - Sweet baker boy with charm that can make Panem lend their ears.  He was all mysterious in the first book but he definitely made a mark there.  He went all out in Catching Fire and I swooooooned!  I'm all for Team Peeta! 

5. Sirius Black from Harry Potter series - What's with guys with age and me?  I realized I'm crushing over Sirius at the end of the third book.  My smile was almost at my ears. Charming, wickedly devious, and an ex-convict.  He might still live with his deranged mother (as a painting), but at least he has his own pad, has a hot ride (a hippogriff), tattooed body, and I know would be loyal to me.  I guess J.K. Rowling thought Sirius is too hot to handle to be let loose after book 5.

6. Niall from The Wicked Lovely series - His dark nature can bring you lusting over him.  But I think with or without his nature, you'll fall for Niall.  Dark, determined, and loyal - I think Leslie is an idiot letting go of him.  Irial is fortunate to have him back though.  Lucky bastard.

<---Niall from the Casting Couch Hot, right?

7. Po from Graceling - He's such a cutie! If he's real, he might be someone I can bring home to my mother.  Or just bring home.  Period.  :p  A guy who can commit but won't force you; who knows how to have fun and still fight.  Ridiculously sexy and charming.  Love.

8. Patch from Hush, Hush - Becca is evil for bringing Patch and I will forever love her for it.  I think Patch is bringing sexy back and is a piece of heaven here on earth, reminding girls that it's not all air up there because angels can be hot as well.

9. Alan Rvyes - Ok, I got the two brothers here.  Sorry, what can I do? They're both hot!  Nick is hot and nasty, whereas Alan is hot and sweet.  He has a few shadows and skeletons in his closet but it doesn't change the fact that he's abnormally sweet and nurturing.

<--- (I know the book cover is still Nick. Hehe). 

10.  Jasper Hale from Twilight series - I'm for Alice and Jasper!  He was a tormented soul until he found Alice.  He's so sweet with her I wanted to be Alice and find my own Jasper (or wait til my Jasper find me?).  I think he was one of the misunderstood and undermined characters in the adaptation of the book to movie.  I'd pick him over Edward anytime.


danya said...

Totally agree about Aragorn, and I am also Team Peeta!

Steph said...

Hello! I have not dropped by in a bit. For years, Aragorn was my screen saver. But it wasn't Viggo I was interested in it was Aragorn as played by Viggo. Hence the fantasy world I live in.

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