Ladies (and gentlemen of a certain persuasion), did you know about this? If you did, why didn't you tell me? This was kind of fun, too. Too good to save for a "Muttonchop Monday."
My favorite would be Fredrick Wentworth,
closely followed by Fitzwilliam Darcy based on their "trading card" profiles.
You must read their profiles. Simply brilliant.
A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment.--Jane Austen
That amazing Jane, she was good, wasn't she?