Top 7 Fictional Men to Marry
Ladies, get ready to go weak in your knees as we give you a list of desirable men in fiction who can easily give real men a run for their money.
1. Howard Roark
The memorable lead from Ayn Rand’s “The Fountainhead”, Roark is a young architect whose innovative designs are rejected by many. The embodiment of Rand’s Objectivist philosophy, Roark is passionate and a brilliant thinker who stays true to himself, his values, and his thinking. Intensely independent, Howard has free will and is not scared to face the world on his own.
2. Mr. Edward Rochester
One of Jane Eyre’s lead characters, Mr. Rochester has an aura of mystery and danger. A man who always tries to do the right thing, Edward Rochester has a great sense of responsibility. This broody and dark hero is a tortured soul and would make any woman want to fall in love with him.
A part of one of the most adored love stories in literature, Romeo is sure to make your heart stop. This young character by Shakespeare knows just what to say to make your heart melt. He is courageous and passionate. Regarded by many as one of the world’s greatest lovers, he is an emblem of youthful love.
4. Mr. Darcy
Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy is one of the main characters of Jane Austen’s timeless classic, “Pride and Prejudice”. Rich, handsome, and seemingly arrogant, Darcy is very attractive. He manages to save his family from disgrace and we soon realize that his arrogance is just a facade. Many women over the years have admitted to having a crush on Mr. Darcy and well, can we blame them?