He was not, in any aspect of the word, handsome. Perhaps one could’ve called him fascinating with his long crooked nose, the two eyes in the palest shade of green and the completely uneven jawline. But even past the word ‘fascinating’, it was an odd kind of a face. His chin jutted out as if he was trying to stake people with it and all his edges seemed to have been sharpened in some unnatural way. His hair—a whitish blonde color in soft curls around his neck, seemed unnatural and almost otherworldly. And his body: a tall and stretched out figure with long arms and long legs, wasn’t in accordance with the ideals of men.