Monday, 7 December 2009
Today’s guest post is from Daisy Whitney author of The Mockingbirds (published by Little, Brown in Fall 2010) I absolutely love the couple she choose. I am dying for them to just get together too. Thanks for sharing Daisy!
I love a good kissing scene as much as the next girl and there are some mighty hot ones I’ve read this year. To name a few, there’s the kiss between Matt and Anna in “Twenty-Boy Summer,” there’s Michael’s affection for Regina’s neck in Courtney Summers “Some Girls Are” and there’s that crazy hot about-to-have-sex-for-the-
BUT, there is one couple that’s got me all turned up in knots this year and they’re not to be found in any book. You’ll find them, of all places, on TV. I’ll admit it. I am a huge Glee fan. And sometimes I just want to claw through the TV set (OK, the computer screen since I watch on Hulu) and press Emma and Will together. Not that they need it. They already know they’re hot for each other. But there’s the little problem of Will being married to the insane woman who’s faking a pregnancy. So naturally he has to stifle all his hidden longing for Emma. Like that scene where she sang “I could have danced all night” and then she had her hand on his chest and he looked at her and was thinking “her hand is on my chest, her hand is on my chest, her hand is on my chest and all I want to do is kiss her…”
Yes, I watched it again. And maybe again.
They are the classic TV couple. They are Jim and Pam in season two of “The Office.” Remember how after Casino Night Jim finally told Pam he was in love with her? And then he kissed her? Sigh…
They are Meredith and Derek in early “Grey’s Anatomy” running into each other in the elevator all season long until finally on Prom Night they meet in a hospital room and Kate Havenick’s “Grace” plays and all you’re thinking is…
Well, that’s the point. You’re not thinking. You’re feeling. You’re wanting. You’re wishing. You’re hoping.
Because that’s what good romance does to you. It makes you feel just like the characters are feeling.