Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Name My Bartender

Hi All,

I have been scouring the Internet for some sexy pics to embody my vision of my bartender and chef. I haven't found my chef yet, but the bartender. Now he needs a name. That's where you come in.

I'm usually good at finding a name for sexy bad boys, but this hottie? He's tough. Need more info?
He's into motorcycles, breaking hearts, and has been known to mix a drink that will knock you on your a** after one sip. He has no problem listening to problems. (he's a bartender) but if you ask for advice, watch out. He speaks his mind and makes no apologies.
Oh yeah, never married and no baby mama drama. Ignorant women are so not his style.

I'll take names until Saturday. The commenter with the name I like best will receive a $5GC.

Have fun and let the best name win.


booklover0226 said...

You're a new author for me so I don't know if you've used the name Rex, yet.

I don't know why that name popped into my little pea-brain, but it did!

I look forward in learning more about you and your works.

Tracey D

wlynnchantale said...

Hi Tracey,
Nice to meet you. I don't think I've used Rex for a character.

I hope you enjoy what you learn about me. Thanks for stopping by. :-)

Liv said...

I think any name can be tough when you attach the right persona to it, but I thought of Tyrell Bolden. Hope that helps.

Calisa Rhose said...

Ooh-la-la, W. Lynn. Hottie with a hot name. Caine. No specific reason but that it's strong, no nonsense, and I just like it.

wlynnchantale said...

Liv and Lisa, Both great name choices. I can see this is going to be a hard decision.

Oh and I like that you thought of a last name as well, Liv. Wonderful.

Keep 'em coming.

Chrisbails said...

It looks like the singer/actor Common? How about Common. He is one gorgous man. I would work well for him, and easy to remember.

marybelle said...

I'm so bad at this (fn though)





wlynnchantale said...

So many names to choose from. Everyone is doing a great job. I have my work cut out for me.

AJ Nuest said...

Okay, here's my vote: Rue
As in, you rue the day you left him. Or if you're going the French route, rue means street. And I think naming this hot piece of man flesh "Street" would be cool. He does look like he may have hailed fronm New Orleans, where a lot of French is still bantered about. Sigh. Everything sounds better in French, don't you think?

Anonymous said...

How about Andre Ruffin for the name? Ruff to his close friends. lisagk(at)yahoo(dot)com