Top Ten Tuesday (4): Characters I Would Crush On If I Were Also a Fictional Character
The topic this week is Top Ten Characters I Would Crush On If I Were Also a Fictional Character. Super long title, but so exciting! I have a serious problem, folks. I have a tendency to fall in love with book boys. I'm serious. I may need to seek professional help for this. Just kidding! Well, not entirely kidding, but still. Ahem.
So! Here are, in no particular order, the book boys I would be destined to fall for if I were a fictional character as well:
1. Zachary Moore from the Shade trilogy by Jeri Smith-Ready: There is absolutely no way I could NOT love this boy. He's sweet, tall, gorgeous, smart, funny and has a most delicious accent (he's Scottish, guys!!!!). He's pretty much the perfect example of my type of guy. Oh swoon... AND I get to read about him again during the Shade Series Read Along! Yum!
Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins: Here's another tall, smart, nice guy. I really do have a specific type... hmm. Cricket is such a great guy! There's no way I would ever be able to resist this boy next door.
Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare: I'm a sucker for musicians. If they're nice on top of that, whoa nelly! Jem is such a gentleman. I'm so scared to see what happens to him in Clockwork Princess. Yikes!
Percy Jackson and the Olympians/Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan: Another tall, dark and hilarious boy! Percy definitely knows how to be an amazing boyfriend, too. He's got some serious fighting skills, but he also knows how to make tough situations light. I love this boy!
Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins: The world they live in sucks and there is absolutely NO WAY I would ever want to live in it... but if I did, I'd be totally in love with the boy with the bread. This guy is so sweet and loyal and funny, there's not a chance on earth I'd escape his charms.
Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins: Oh St. Clair... this boy is so freaking charming! Everybody loves him and I definitely would too, no doubt about it. Besides, Paris is a perfect setting to fall in love... and especially with a guy like Etienne!
Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen: Mr. Tilney is so funny and sweet! He's not against reading novels and loves to playfully tease and laugh. Oh man, if I ever met him, I'd be a goner. Le swoon.
Wolves of Mercy Falls series by Maggie Stiefvater: He's my broken boy that I wouldn't be able to resist. He is such a nice guy. He's passionate and thoughtful and sweet. Plus, he has those gorgeous golden eyes and amazing musical skills. I simply love this boy to bits and pieces, you guys.
Midnight in Austenland by Shannon Hale: I absolutely, 100% believe that I would never be able to resist this guy. He's all decked out in Austen gear, is super tall, British and has a fantastic sense of humor. Sure, it's his job to be charming and woo the ladies, but still... I fell for him instantly when I read the book and I wouldn't stand a chance against him if I were in the story too. Swoon again, guys.
Son of the Shadows by Juliet Marillier: Here's another broken boy that I wouldn't be able to resist if my life depended on it. Oh man, you guys. He's tough, but he has that soft middle that I wouldn't be able to resist. Rawr.
Oh my word, that was difficult!!! I kept being all, "But what about ___?!" and "OH! I should add ___ too!" and "I can't leave ___ out!" Gah! I would have had a ridiculously long list if I gave in, so I just stuck with these 10.
Any fictional characters you wouldn't be able to resist falling in love with if you were fictional too?
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