Thursday, February 16, 2012

Thursday Thirteen

In honor of Valentine's Day being this week, here are 13 book couples (not necessarily romantic) that I find fantastic:

Great Book Couples

  1. Ember and Chase (Article 5 by Kristen Simmons)
  2. Luke and London (Forgotten by Cat Patrick)
  3. Lola and Cricket (Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins)
  4. Violet and Colin (Haunting Violet by Alyxandra Harvey)
  5. Quinn and someone that if I remember stating here might be spoilery (Lovestruck Summer by Melissa Walker)
  6. Jo and Devin (Stolen Away by Alyxandra Harvey)
  7. Bryn and Devon (Raised by Wolves - series, actually - by Jennifer Lynn Barnes)
  8. Cody and Abby (Fancy White Trash by Marjetta Geerling)
  9. April and Hudson (Ten Things We Did by Sarah Mlynowski)
  10. Cass and Gideon (Time After Time by Sue Haasler)
  11. Jordan and Courtney (Two Way Street by Lauren Barnholdt)
  12. Kat and Hale (Heist Society by Ally Carter)
  13. Sylvie and Rhys (The Splendor Falls by Rosemary Clement-Moore)

Like my new layout??


  1. great list .. now I'm off to check out the books,too!

    1. Thank you! I hope you find some that interest you :)

  2. I don't know any of these! Love the hearts!

    1. Maybe I've introduced you to some new books? :)

      I thought candy hearts were befitting of Valentine's week.

  3. great, just great, now my list of 'must read' books has grown again! lol

    happy TT!

    1. That seems to happen to me a lot, too - I hope if you read some of them, that you like them!

      Happy very belated TT to you, too :)

  4. Those are some great couples!

    Have a great Thursday!

    1. Thank you! & thanks for commenting, too :) Have a great Wednesday (as I'm way late replying).

  5. I feel out of the loop - I only know one of them. :(

    1. Almost all of them are YA and some of them are a bit older, too - and not super, super popular (but oh so good!).

      You do know of them (at least a bit) now, though :)


Book Trailer Friday [@RandomHouse @TransworldBooks]

Beth Dorey-Stein's From the Corner of the Oval  - a tale of being the White House stenographer during the Obama administration will be ...