Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday #6: Books I'd Love to See as Movies/TV Shows

Good morning and Happy Tuesday! I love this week's Top Ten Tuesday theme! Who wouldn't? Let's put the old thinking cap on for this one - top ten books I've love to see as Movies/TV shows.

Okay, let's give this a try. As always, in no particular order.

1. Revelations by Julie Lynn Hayes (seriously, I've wanted to see this one ever since I published it). I think this would make a great movie, and I've already got part of the cast.

As Judas, Ian Somerhalder - he's got the snark down pat, but he's also capable of emoting without
going over the top.  Pink would be a perfect Mary Magdalene, and Donald Sutherland as God.

2. Breeding Stations by Chris T. Kat - Hot sexy men, tail sex, and dinosaurs! Just think of it. Like Jurassic Park with guy on guy action!

3. The Nightrunner series by Lynn Flewelling - another great choice, with a hot couple, and lots of action

4. Thick as Thieves by Tali Spencer - Barbarian fucks himself on unicorn horn, gets thrown into a prison cell with pretty male wizard - does it get any better than that? Can't wait for the sequel!

5. The Harvest by MA Church - Here you have a dominant alien who claims a human as his own and takes him on a wild ride. Gotta do both books, and the second one has mpreg!

6. Pendergast series by Preston & Child - I'm dying to see these brought to the screen properly (not counting the weak version someone made which doesn't even feature Pendergast, for crying out loud). These books totally rock.

7. The Parasol Protectorate by Gail Carriger - A strong unconventional woman at a time when
women were not encouraged to be such, a hot alpha werewolf, a swishy vampire with personality - holy cow, I love this series. Hollywood, come on, step up here!

8. the Felix Castor series by Mike Carey - I love these books, about an exorcist who's more than a little unconventional and all kinds of trouble

9. the Gretchen Lowell series by Chelsea Cain - Heart Sick, etc - a female serial killer is unusual, but a beautiful one? Even more so. Plus her relationship with Archie, the detective who brought her in, is unusual, to say the least. Riveting books!

10. High Concept by Whitley Grey - a homicide cop and an FBI agent are all kinds of hot! What great visuals this would have, not to mention lots of action and mystery!

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  2. I haven't read any of these, but I've heard great things about the Preston & Child series. The Parasol Protectorate sounds interesting, too!
    My TTT: Lauren Hearts Books