Day 12: A Fictional Man is a Real Man

I was going to list five celebrities I am attracted to but I don’t know, it didn’t sound like me…and for some reason, a little vain. So I’m going to take @LizzyReadsBooks route and list my top five fictional men that I am attractive too:

  1. Fitzwilliam Darcy-Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen

Underneath that proud man is a kind, charitable gentleman who would do anything to help the one he loves.

 2.   John Thornton-North and South, Elizabeth Gaskell

Hard-working, self-made and passionate. What is there not to love?

 3.   George Knightly-Emma, Jane Austen

Someone who loves unconditionally but is mature and moral enough to say something when you are wrong.

  4.  Ethan-Something Borrowed & Something Blue, Emily Giffin

A perfect boyfriend and your best friend all wrapped into one.

   5.  Sherlock Holmes-Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

 I was a little hesitant to him down because I believe I’m basing my attraction on the BBC version. But I believe our fights would be infuriating and exhilarating all at the same time.

This Day 12 of the 30 Day Writing Challenge.

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