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Who are your favorite romantic couples new and old?
This week, I am continuing the romance theme since it is Valentine's Day, after all. I am going to highlight some of my favorite couples, so let's get to it:
Kate and Curran from The Kate Daniels Series: How can you not love these two. Their romance is fierce, strong and full of heat and passion, plus there are lots of funny moments and some wicked banter that always makes me smile.
Lily and her Chemistry Pen Pal from P.S. I Like You by Kasie West: I can't tell you his name, or it will ruin the fun. This is a sweet, antagonistic romance that has a strong You've Got Mail vibe. It is all kinds of fun waiting for the couple to figure out who the other is, and then determine if they can make the relationship work. This one was so cute.
Joshua and Lucy from The Hating Game by Sally Thorpe: This book vaulted onto my all time favorites shelf. I adored this antagonistic romance. Talk about a love hate romance. This one is heat and passion and lots of funny games. I Loved this book!
Louisa and Will from Me Before You by JoJo Moyes: This is a relationship that will make you laugh and cry. It is beautiful moving and heartbreaking, yet I loved it. Definitely read this one, but have a box of tissues handy.
Simon and Meg from The Others Series by Ann Bishop This is a slow building romance that still hasn't completely ignited. This is one that is rooted in a friendship that started out on shaky ground, moved into a hesitant trust, and now it is on the brink of moving into so much. I am waiting with bated breath for the finale of this series in March.
Adrian and Sydney from the Bloodlines Series by Richelle Mead: I adored this couple. This is a relationship that is born when opposites attract. It takes time for Sydney to drop her blinders and lose her prejudice, but when she does it is magic. Loved it!
Finally, my all time favorite couple:
Scarlet and Rhett from Gone with the Wind: These two still remain my go to favorites. I love their fierce, fiery and antagonistic romance. It is one of trials and patience, and in my heart, I am sure that Scarlet got him back!
So there is my short list of favorite romantic couples. Who are your favorites? Happy Valentine's Day. Go hug someone you love!
Next week's question:
How do you keep blogging fresh and exciting?