Tuesday, February 12, 2013
This meme is hosted at The Broke and The Bookish, and this week the topic is:
Top Ten Romances In Books:
1. Aria and Pretty from Under The Never Sky by Veronica Rossi - I just love how good and healthy and strong their relationship is, seemingly without all the drama that comes with most YA romances out there today.
2. Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters from The Fault In Our Stars by John Green - I can't even. These two are so good together. If you haven't read this book by now, stop reading this and go do it. Seriously.
3. Warner and Juliette from Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi - I'm not even sure if I'm allowed to count this as they are never really together, but there's definitely some intense chemistry going on here.
4. Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen - Okay, confession time: I've only read about one third of this book. I have a really hard time getting into classics, but I've seen two movie adaptations, and I just love the story.
5. Ash and Meghan from The Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa - I love the whole forbidden love thing going on in this series, and it some of the most romantic passages. *sighs*
6. Tris and Four from Divergent by Veronica Roth - They have their issues, but they always work whatever is wrong out. Love them for that.
7. Alex and Brittany from Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles - I honestly didn't think I'd like this book much when I picked it up, but I was so wrong. I loved the characters and watching how Alex and Brittany changed.
8. Alex and Lena from Delirium by Lauren Oliver - I loathe the love triangle in this series. Occasionally I find myself enjoying them, but this one. No. I want them together in Requiem so much...
9. Katsa and Po from Graceling by Kristin Cashore - Love high fantasy, and this world. They are so different, and yet sort of similar.
10. Yelena and Valek from Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder - Another awesome fantasy series, and you have to love the slow progression of their relationship throughout the book.