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Wednesday’s Want, Wed, Waste: Movie Monsters

Hello and welcome to my version of the game, ‘F*@#’, Marry, Kill. This week we are WWW’ing Movie Monsters, more or less. It’s a list of villains, even if they aren’t ‘Monsters’.

Myself and some of my friends are sharing our Want, Wed, and Waste choices from this week’s list:

Sheriff of Noddingham, Michael Myers, Hannibal Lecter, Jabba the Hut, Norman Bates, The Mummy

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Me (Alicia Dean). Author of Liberty Divided Isle of Fangs Book 2 ~

WANT: Michael Myers. He’s brooding and sexy. Teenagers get on his nerves as much as they do mine. He’s good with his ‘weapon.’ He doesn’t talk, so there would be no yap, yap, yap afterward. 

WED:  Hannibal Lecter. He’s intelligent, clever, and charming. I think he’d make a great husband, because when he loves a woman, she is his entire focus. Look at how devoted he was to Clarise. Also, it seems like he’s a really good cook.

WASTE: Norman Bates. Skinny little wimp with Mommy issues. And I can’t stand it when a nice, hot shower is interrupted.


L. A. Kelley, author of Book:  The Naughty List (ON SALE for $2.99 on Kindle until November 26), Website: http://lakelleythenaughtylist.blogspot.com

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WANT:  Alan Rickman as the Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Dark brooding good looks, a wicked sense of humor, and an authentic English accent (unlike Kevin Costner’s pathetically inept Robin Hood) makes Alan Rickman every woman’s medieval dream lover. My favorite scene in the movie is when he threatens to cut out Robin Hood’s heart with a spoon. I never wanted a man more.

WED: Arnold Vosloo in The Mummy

He’s smart, he’s passionate, he’s buff, and he’ll resurrect you from the dead if you happened to get caught cheating on the pharaoh. When he promises happily ever after, he means it. Of course, before regeneration the mummy resembles a festering pile of moldy hospital bandages, but a couple of shots of Febreze should take care of any lingering smell. Until he’s back to his human self I’d keep the lights off in the bedroom and enjoy the tender embrace of a man who would literally go to hell and back for me.  

WASTE: Jabba the Hut in Star Wars

Although a hideous intergalactic sexist slug, Jabba thinks he’s all that and a bag of Ewoks. He freezes his enemies to hang as wall art and forces scantily clad women to dance for his pleasure before feeding them to a monster. I’d love to drop-kick his slimy keister into a giant vat of table salt. I dare him to two-step out of that one before desiccation sets in and he’s turned into something resembling a giant shrunken booger.


Kathy L Wheeler, author of  Lies That Bind, Website: http://kathylwheeler.com;

WANT: Alan Rickman is weird but I think I want him. You might end up dead, but you’d be laughing at least.

WED: Michael Myers, if you are going to end up dead, perhaps it would be quick.

WASTE: Norman Bates is just creepy…and skinny


Lana Clary, non-author, daughter of Alicia Dean, and a lover of creepy, scary things:

WED– Can my Norman Bates be the Vince Vaughn Norman Bates? Yeah, that’s my Norman Bates. I would TOTALLY wed him. For obvious reasons. And yes, I’d wed him even if he actually WAS Norman Bates in real life. Murder doesn’t scare me.

WANT – If my Norman Bates is Vince Vaughn, and he is, then I would want Michael Myers – no brainer there. I’ve always wanted him. And the only reason I wouldn’t wed him, is because I think there is a larger chance he would snap and murder me with a butcher knife some day, than the chance of Norman snapping. Norman seems like the kind of guy that, as long as you did what he wanted, he’d keep you around. Michael…eh…not so much. He’d be a little quicker to….stab…..you in the back (pun intended). I can’t imagine hot meals on the table, folded laundry, and a clean house every night would make him not kill me, just not the marriage type. I’ve also always thought Michael was extremely sexy – and I bet he’s delightful in bed. Of course, we’d have to leave the mask on. Yum.

WASTE – Oooooh Hannibal Hannibal Hannibal – it pains me to have to waste you. Behind Michael Myers you’re my all time favorite serial killer and I love you so. And of course, Anthony Hopkins, even at his age…..delicious. Accent is yummy, the murderous glint in his eye is hot, and the way he can terrify you to the core with just one comment is a major turn on. There is ONE, simple, frightening reason why I would not be able to make myself marry, or do Hannibal Lecter – he eats people. And I’m not kissing someone who just had liver for dinner 🙂


Now we’d like to hear from you….which of these Hot Messes would you Want, Wed, and Waste?

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Wednesday’s Want, Wed, Waste: Historical Fictional Characters

Hello and welcome to my version of the game, ‘F*@#’, Marry, Kill. This week we are WWW’ing Historical Fictional Characters.

Myself and some of my friends are sharing our Want, Wed, and Waste choices from this week’s list:

Robin Hood, Sir Lancelot, Zorro

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Me (Alicia Dean). Author of Liberty Divided Isle of Fangs Book 2 ~

Want: Zorro, because of all that mystery and danger. And because, in the above-linked scene, he was soooo sexy, it made me wish I was Catherine Zeta Jones! (Or wish that I was Antonio Banderas, she’s pretty hot too ;)) I was going to say I also want him because of how fast he moves, but then I realized that might not be a plus.

Wed:  I guess Sir Lancelot so I could live in a castle. With Robin Hood I would have to live in the woods. And Richard Gere as Sir Lancelot, come on…who could resist that? Although since Lancelot was stealing King Arthur’s woman, he might not be faithful. But on the other hand, I would be ‘Wanting’ Zorro, so I guess I wouldn’t exactly be faithful either.

Waste: Robin Hood, although that probably makes me a bad person since he steals from the rich to give to the poor. But if I was married to Sir Lancelot, I would be rich, so he might steal from me. So yeah, I would have to waste him. But if he looked like Russell Crowe, I would definitely do him first.


Jannine Gallant, Author of We’ll Never Tell (Book One in the Secrets of Ravenswood Series) FREE on Kindle!!! Oct. 16-18.  Website: http://www.janninegallant.com/

WANT – Robin Hood. Defender of the downtrodden—and too gorgeous for words. You can haul me off on your horse any day!

WED – Has to be Sir Lancelot. Let’s face it—Guinevere caused him nothing but misery. Lancelot is a tragic character, and he needs the love of a good woman to turn his life around. I’m volunteering!

WASTE – Sorry, Zorro, but you lose. I just can’t be sure what’s behind the mask and cape. The others are a sure thing.


Kathy L Wheeler, Author of Quotable Website: http://kathylwheeler.com

Want: Zorro – Antonio Banderas. When he focus his attention on his heroine (me), I am living a character in one of my own books. YUM.

Wed: Robin Hood – I’ll take Russell Crowe as Robin Hood. He’s scary enough to keep the bad guys away.

Waste: Sir Lancelot – I hate to say that Richard Gere is a waste, but compared to the other two… there’s really no choice.


Christine Elaine Black, Author of A Rose for Lancaster Blog/Website:  http://christineelaineblack.blogspot.ca/ ~

Want: Zorro, of course. I love a hero who can wear a cape with style and the Latin lover accent is a complete turn on. I don’t mind the mustache or the color black, so all in all he’s a ‘stallion’ in my book.

Wed: Robin Hood. He does the right thing, stands for something legit and is faithful to his lady. He’s used to outdoor living and probably knows how to throw a mean BBQ supper, and there’s always a ready supply of ale. He can steal my heart anytime!

Waste: Lancelot. He’s the least romantic one for me. Other than fall for King Arthur’s wife I don’t recall anything memorable about him except for having the guys over and sitting a ’round’ the table (haha). Sorry, but it’s good ‘knight’ and goodbye for him.


Silver James, author of THAT OL’ BLACK MAGIC Website: http://www.silverjames.com ~

Want: Robin Hood. He looks good in tights and he’s good with a bow. That means strong hands and arms. But he has that whole “merry men” thing going on and hanging out with his buds. If the Sheriff of Nottingham came knocking, ol’ Rob would take off to create mischief. But that’s cool. He has a sense of honor and looks out for the poor but I think he’d want to hang with the Merry Men instead of staying home at night.

Wed: Zorro. Oh be still my heart. Sexy, Latin lover who likes to play at being someone else? There’s just something about a man in a mask… His love life would definitely be filled with spicy heat. He has a well-honed sense of duty and honor (are you sensing a theme here? LOL) and I bet he dances a mean tango, which is the dance of love. He might dash off to save someone but he’ll come right home, a rose in his teeth and a look of “I want you” in his eyes.

Waste: Sir Lancelot. Yeah, yeah. Knight of the Round Table, chivalrous and all that, but dude! She was married. So not cool in my book. Especially since her husband was his best friend. I don’t care how gorgeous he looks sitting on a charger, sword in hand, armor all shiny and stuff, it’s what’s on the inside that counts. And even though he sort of tried to redeem himself, it just doesn’t work for me.


Darcy Flynn, author of  Keeper of My Heart Website: www.darcyflynnromances.com

Want: Robin Hood! He’s charming, romantic, and a thief with a roguish smile. A short-term adventure with him would be thrilling, but he certainly isn’t marriage material. Plus, I don’t want to live in a forest.

Waste: Sir Lancelot! At one time, I would have loved to marry him, but his affair with Guinevere ruined that dream. Any man, no matter how noble and honorable, if he commits adultery, he’s not the man for me.

Wed: Then there’s the engaging and mysterious Zorro! I want to marry this romantic, well-educated, wealthy and cultured nobleman! To be Mrs. Don Diego by day, all the while knowing his secret. Dressed in black, cape flowing behind him, wielding a sword…what can I say!  *Sigh* Did I mention he’s a superb athlete! 🙂


Now we’d like to hear from you….which of these Historical Fantasy Dudes would you Want, Wed, and Waste?

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