#1. Chloe Finley, from The Sugar Queen, Sarah Addison Allen , Chloe makes the best sandwiches in town, and whenever she needs help a book appears at her side that is just the right one. P.S. my son told me yesterday I was not a sandwich artist, so...
#2. Marlena, from Water for Elephants, wouldn't you love to be circus star?
#3. Flavia, from The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, she's just so special.
#4. Moaning Myrtle, from Harry Potter (the ghost) I think that would be cool.
#5. Miss Marple, in any one of her adventures. I'd really love to learn to knit like she does.
#6. Hebe, from the The Tower, the Zoo and the Tortoise. While I don't think I'd like to have her history, I think her job is quite unusual, and living in the tower, well wouldn't that be a housekeeping nightmare.
#7. Diana/WonderWoman, I think this is a good role, bringing love, peace and equal rights to a world dominated by men. (like at my house, 3 men).
#8. Heidi, I've always felt a special kinship with Heidi, I don't think I'd like to be an orphan, but I would have like to know my grandfather. Oh how lucky my children are to know at least their grandmothers.
#9. How about Nicki Heat from the Richard Castle series, based on the TV show. yea right.
That's it can't think of any other character I'd like to be, while I love the ladies of Phillipa Gregory's books, I couldn't imagine myself being anyone of them, too harsh a life. I love Guinevere, fromPersia Wooley trilogy and I love Josephine from the Josephine B trilogy by Sandra Gulland, life was not a piece of cake for these ladies. That's why we need Wonder Woman, just to show us the way.