Firstly let me take this chance to say how much I've loved being a Minx for the last year and how much I love all of my fellow Minxes. It's been a wonderful year and I feel so blessed for us all to be walking this publishing journey together. We'll get there, one by one, step by step, because we have the determination and drive needed.
Thanks so much to the Minxes for letting me do this totally self indulgent post about the favourite men in my life (apart from my wonderful sons, of course!) -- the medical hotties!
First up is Dr Doug Ross from ER, probably the first doctor I ever lusted after!!
Next is Dr Simon Brenner, also from ER but a doctor who was " late to the party" in that he appeared in the final series of the show. He had a haunted backstory and an accent to die for (Aussie!)
Next is Dr Alex Karev from Grey's Anatomy, another man with such a sad background it cannot help but raise all the protective feminine instincts I have. It also doesn't hurt that he has a habit of stripping off a fair bit :-)
Clearly I like my men tortured as next up is Dr Luca Kovac from ER (oh and sexy accents, too, of course!).
Next is one of the stars of the longest running medical show ever, the UK's Casualty. On the left is Dr Adam Trueman. Surprisingly enough (!) his character has really been through some hard times.
Dr Carter, from ER, took a while to grow into himself but although he came from a very privileged background he ended up a very talented (and delicious!) doctor.
Next is Dr Avery Jackson from Grey's Anatomy, probably the man with the prettiest eyes in the whole of television history (ok, so maybe I'm getting a little carried away here--but those eyes are amazing!).
On the right is Dr Sam Bennett, starring in Private Practice. Those who watch the show will know he has recently become televisions sexiest grandfather :-) I love that his flaws don't take away from the strength of his character.
Finally, because we seem to have a Minxy tradition of having a hottie that appeals to ladies of all ages we have Richard Chamberlain as Dr Kildare.