I was very bothered by it, and wrote James this heated reply:
It is quite untrue to the characters! Aragorn was always conflicted whether he ought to become king -- the whole fear of inheriting the corruption from his ancestor and "this weakness runs also in my veins". The "still not king" theme really goes against his central passion as a character!
Also he showed no predilection whatsoever to being attracted to hobbits. I feel like this writing just took a bunch of cheap shots that are not based on the actual book.
Here is what I would write instead:
Day 1: Stressed! Too much on my plate. Need to delegate more. Will tell Boromir to watch the hobbits.
Day 5: Holy crap, lost the necklace that Arwen gave me. Omg omg omg. This really hurts my chances of getting back together.
Day 6: Amazon primed a replacement necklace.
Day 8: Hobbits captured by orcs. Damn it Boromir, you had ONE job.
Day 10: Went into Hall of the Undead. Bent them to my will, and commanded them as an invincible army. Also totally got the eyes from Eowyn. So, you know, a pretty good day.
Day 11: Arwen is more innocent cute but Eowyn is more sexy cute! What do I do!
Day 12: Omg, almost called Arwen "Eowyn". Fuck, that was close.
Day 15: Today Eowyn talked to Faramir more than to me. What the heck!
Day 16: Frodo succeeded with the ring! Wow that was like a 1 in 1000 chance. Glad that worked because I had ZERO backup plan.
Day 17: Totally saw Eowyn making out with Faramir. Arrrrgh.
Day 20: Saved those hobbits Merry and whats-his-name, rode around on a white horse, standing ovation, yeah yeah! Proposed to Arwen. She is totally the One. I always knew it from the first moment I saw her. Have never liked anyone except her.
Day 87: Wait, wasn't I supposed to release the Army of the Dead from their curse? I don't think i remembered to do that?? Oh well, if it were important, someone would have reminded me.