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Why I Love Wednesdays...Favorite Character

Posted on the 23 May 2012 by Bookaholic @BookReflections
Reflections of a Bookaholic
I am returning with my new feature... Why I love which takes place on Wednesdays. Today's proclamation of love concerns our Favorite Character
Why I Love...Alexia Tarabotti (from the Parasol Protectorate)
I need to go back and look at my comment so I can find the wonderful commenter that recommended this book to me.  I can't wait to continue with this series.  Review to come tomorrow :)
This series takes place in a Victorian steampunk age.  I love love Alexia Tarabotti!  Talk about a bundle of contradictions.  Alexia is an old-maid who adheres to society social expectations while breaking all the rules at the same time.  It's wonderful because I never really know what she will do.  I love how Alexia cares about etiquette and is continuously amused or annoyed by Lord Maccon (who is quite swoonworthy in my honest opinion) lack of etiquette (he is a werewolf after all...who can blame him).  At the same time, she is quick to sneak out to vampire hives and gallivant about at night.  Not very Victorian and I love it!  Oh and of course is witty, which is kind of a requirement to be one of my favorite characters.  Oh I have to stop now because the review is still to come.  Long story short... Alexia is a witty ball of contradictions and I LOVES it!
Which characters do you love? Feel free to create your own post and link up.  Don't want to create an entire post?  Tell me your favorites in the comments.  Thanks for stopping by for another week of Why I Love Wednesdays!!

If you want to play along, feel free to grab the image (there is a button on the right sidebar now) and link your post in the linky. Here goes.
LINKY INSTRUCTIONS: When naming your link, please choose the name of your post. Mine would say "Why I Love...Rhett Butler." Please link directly to your post and not your blog. Please participate :)

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