This month’s book bangin’ category is FOREIGN MEN! You know this is gonna be a good category!
1. Jamie Fraser — Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
So I did have a small thing for Sean Biggerstaff (he played Oliver Wood in HP) back in the day but it was more of a, aww, what a cute Scottish accent. Well. Jamie. JAMIE is what really started my love of Scottish men everywhere. Jamie may have a temper as fiery as his red hair but he is also compassionate, protective, brave, an amazing fighter, leader and all around wonderful Scottish man. And his accent. HIS ACCENT!
Excuse me, I need a moment to recover from swooning. I just seriously love this guy. LOVE. HIM.
And! They are making it into a show, set to premiere next year on Starz. I simply cannot wait!
2. Lorenzo — My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century by Rachel Harris
With his lopsided smile and swoony Italian accent, Lorenzo is pretty irresistible. Despite his father’s wishes, he is an artist, and such a good one at that! I love his passion for it and I love how wonderful he is! I wouldn’t mind getting transported back in time if Lorenzo was there to greet me!
3. Dimitri Belikov — Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead
Okay, so yes, he lives in the US but whatever, he has a lovely Russian accent (does anyone else just smile giddily every time he calls Rose “Roza”?) and I’m going to stick him in this list anyway. There’s really not much that needs to be said about him — he’s a badass, Strigoi-staking, duster-wearing, swoony man. *sigh* Love him.