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.

2 comments:

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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