Hey, book lovers!
I was wondering if we’d get a Valentine’s Day—themed post. And I am so excited about this one! So thank the book and blogger gods and goddesses.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is gooey, so be prepared for our favourite book couples! I have too many to count and have featured them plenty on TTT. So I’ll stick some of my top favourite lovebirds.
I want to wish everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day! 💜 Enjoy the read!
Zsadist and Bella from the Black Dagger Brotherhood
THEY ARE TOO PRECIOUS FOR THIS CRUEL WORLD. I want to protect them and read all of their books. Both Zsadist and Bella have been tortured, so they understand each other. But their relationship slowly blooms. I’m about halfway in the book, and I know that this slow burn may be my most-loved duo.
Kit + Cole + River from Kit Davenport
I’m jealous of Kit. She lucks out with six insanely gorgeous men. But I can’t complain too much though. I get to read the inevitable smoking Kit sandwich with my favourite men of her harem: the tough Cole and dominant River. What more can a woman ask for?!
Manon and Dorian from Throne of Glass
Don’t get me wrong. I actually enjoyed the Dorian-Sorscha relationship. She brought out an innocence in Dorian. But it was doomed. So I was hesitant to warm up to Manon and Dorian. But they blend together seamlessly.
Savannah and Adam from Women of the Otherworld
Yes, the age difference was a bit hard to get past. However, they somehow match. I can’t get over how much I love reading their progression from friends to lovers. Their own character growth was all the more enjoyable.
Paris and Sienna from Lords of the Underworld
Finally, in book nine, Paris and Sienna get their star-crossed love story. Should their story have taken that long to come together? Probably not. I don’t know how readers waited for years to read Paris’ book.
Emma and Jules from Dark Artifices
Warming up to this couple took me a long while. I love how they went from friends to lovers. But that love, that attraction, is forbidden and deadly. But they remind readers how to fight for what is theirs and what they want. I adore them.