Marry Date or Dump: Beautiful Creatures

ridley-beautiful-creatures-11255539-324-2161We read “Beautiful Creatures” by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl for the blog last week, I just saw the movie (side by side reviews coming this weekend) and I’m quickly working my way through the sequels. Like any good young adult romance, the young men in the novels have been on my mind – even though that is beginning to feel creepy since they are like eight years younger than me.  In this world of southern manners, dark magic, and good intentions who would you marry, date, or dump? Let me know in the comments!

Ethan Lawson Wate: the protagonist; not a caster but does have some mysterious powers, lover of banned books, and is (apparently) good at basketball.


Wesley “Link” Lincoln: Ethan’s best friend, also plays basketball, loyal with plenty of good ole southern manners, I imagine him as tall with few other discernible personality traits.


John Breed: no pictures because he is not in the first book/film, both a caster and an incubus (kind of like a vampire, but can live off dreams and memories as well as blood), very mysterious character (at least as far as I am in the series), is describes as having dark handsome looks and ripped body, regularly makes the ladies swoon.

One thought on “Marry Date or Dump: Beautiful Creatures

  1. From this series, none of them. I guess I’m starting to feel that they’re too young for me. Like with you, except they are about 10 years younger than me. I love reading YA stories but I rather my guys more like Edward, old souls – literary. 🙂

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