Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme, hosted by Broke and Bookish. Each week, a new list topic is posted, and book bloggers fill in their choices. This week's topic is "Top Ten Characters I Would Crush On if I Were Also a Fictional Character."
My Top Ten:
1. Daemon from the Lux series. *sigh* How can you not love Daemon? He's hilarious, sarcastic, and sweet all at the same time.
2. Etienne St. Clair from Anna and the French Kiss. Okay, I don't think it's possible to read this book and not fall in love with Etienne. He is the very definition of swoon-worthy. (And he's short! Like me! Short people for the win! ;)
3. Tucker from the Unearthly series. He's a cowboy. Need I say more? :)
4. Augustus from The Fault in Our Stars. *swoon* This is one of my all-time favorite books, and I simply adore Augustus.
5. Four from the Divergent series. I don't care if his name is Tobias, he's always going to be "Four" to me. Ya'll know his famous line in Divergent, "I might be in love with you, but I'm waiting until I'm sure to tell you"? That's what made me fall in love with him!
6. Aiden from the Covenant series. I love how protective and sweet he is!
7. Will/Jem from the Infernal Devices series. So what if I'm including both of them on the list, lol. While reading this series, I couldn't decide who I loved better - they're both so swoon-worthy!
8. Hector from the Girl of Fire and Thorns series. I looove Hector so much. And can I just say, after that cliffhanger ending in Crown of Embers...my heart simply cannot handle the feels. *sniffle*
9. Warner from the Shatter Me series. Okay, okay, so I was Team Adam in book one, but after reading Destroy Me and Unravel Me...yeah, I'm Team Warner. He may be kind-of-sort-of be a villain, but once you find out more about him, you can't help loving him!
10. Patrick from The Catastrophic History of You and Me. I loved Patrick so, so much. He has so many funny lines and is just geniunely sweet and caring.
What fictional guys are your book boyfriends?! :) Leave a comment with a link to your TTT!
~ The Bookworm