My Top Favorite 14 Fictional Couples

Hey Bookworms! Hope you guys are having a good V-Day Weekend! Whether it’s out with loved ones or loving your books! So, I know this is a day late, but we ended up celebrating my little cousin’s birthday a bit last minute on Valentine’s Day, but I love how he gets excited to watch movies with me, so it made my day much better. It is Valentine’s weekend so I thought I would post my 14 favorite couples (since I had planned to post it on Valentine’s Day, which is the 14th). Now so as to not spoil some of these couples which are in a love triangle some of these are the ones I wanted together, but I won’t be clarifying which is which! This list will include books and shows because the key word is (sadly) fictional these are the couples I love and root for!

1. Sydney and Adrian from the Bloodline Series seriously they are a couple I have been behind since day one! No matter what someone struggles with if your love is strong enough you can make it through.


2. Ian O’Shea and Wanderer from The Host by Stephenie Meyer show that you can truly love someone no matter their differences. You see the difference and love them for it which gave me hope.

The Host

3. Kishan and Kelsey the Tiger’s Curse series by Colleen Houck I don’t know I love the friendship and Kishan is just plain yummy! You can fall in love with the one you didn’t expect to and better yet he will always be your best friend to make you laugh and smile.

Tiger's Quest

4. Calla and Ren from the Nightshade series By Andrea Cremer proving that finding wild hot chemistry and finding your alpha does exist.

Nightshade Series

5.Percy and Annabeth from the Percy Jackson and the Olympian Series by Rick Riordan proves that even if they drive you crazy you can grow to love them.

The Lightning Thief

6. Vivian and Gabriel from Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause proves that if you quit trying to be something you are not love can be right under your nose

Blood and Chocolate

7. Elena and Clayton from Bitten by Kelley Armstrong either in the book or show their story shows me that love will prevail even when you fight it and to look through their eyes and heart to find that they may be doing something out of love


8. America and Maxon from The Selection Series by Kiera Cass that real love is never the easiest, but it will find a way to win.

The Selection

9. Emma and Dexter from One Day by David Nicholls it proves even though things may not fall into place when we want it to, but if it’s meant to be it will happen. This is absolutely one of my favorite books and movies!

One Day

Next 2 Same Book

Night Circus

10. Celia and Marco from The Night Circus proving you can’t fight fate even if you are fighting for your lives.

11. Poppet and Bailey also from The Night Circus they prove to me that true love can exist when your young.

12. Ashley and Spencer from my favorite show in my teen years South of Nowhere shows that love really knows no gender

Spencer and Ashley

13. Emma and Hook from Once Upon a Time another addiction proves that someone can change for the better for love

Hook and Emma

14. Rory Gilmore and her books from The Gilmore Girls show! Proving that you don’t need someone to make you happy you can be your own deciding factor future and don’t let anyone force you to take a leap before you are ready.


Extra: 9&10 and Rose from Doctor Who just couldn’t resist showing my whovian side!

Rose and The Doctor

(Last few pics found on google)

So there are my fictional love inspirations these are the ones that make me keep believing in love when I hit rocks in my own relationship. It doesn’t make me love my love life or the boy I love less, but since my examples in love familiar wise I have always looked to fiction to help me deal with the difficult sides. So Bookworms who are your favorite couples? Did I intrigue any of your bookworms to trying these shows or books? Have you seen any of these shows?  Feel free to share below!

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Top Ten Tuesday: 2/3/15


Hey bookworms! I’ve been seeing everybody’s top Ten Tuesday from The Broke and Bookish. I know it is late because my class runs late on Tuesday, but I wanted to do it too! Here it is the Top Ten Books I on my TBR (that I own) that I can’t believe I haven’t read yet!

1.The Book Thief by Markus Zusack

The Book Theif

Yes I know I wanted to read it over winter break but I was in a reading slump, so I am really hoping to get to it this year!

2. Echo of Us: The Hybrid Chronicles Book 3 by Khat Zhang

Echo of Us

This book has been out for only a little while, but I can’t believe I didn’t keep better track of its release. I am definitely going to finish this series

3. The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger

the devil wears prada

I loved the movie and I bought this book two Christmases ago I really have no idea why I haven’t picked it up yet!

4.The Help by Kathryn Stockett

The Help

Another book where I loved the movie I bought this book for a class that ended up being canceled, but I’ve heard so many good things about it!

5.The House of Hades by Rick Riordan

House of Hades

Although I preferred the Percy Jackson series more, I am not one to start a series and not finish. These are a bit slower for my taste, but I love revisiting old characters and getting to know the new.

6. Fated by Alyson Noel


I loved The Immortals Series by her as well as the Riley Bloom spin off. I guess that my love of those series might hold this series to too high of a standard, but I loved how she described it at the 2013 Las Vegas Valley Book Festival I need to take the plunge!

7. The Maze Runner by James Dashner

The Maze Runner

I watched the movie recently and it scared and startled me multiple times. I really want to see how much more intense the book is.

8.The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri

The Namesake

Another movie I have loved and it has been on my TBR for I want to say 8 years. I bought it for Christmas this year it is a little bit different that my normal reading, but I am up for the challenge!

9.The Goddess Test by Aimee Carter

The Goddess Test

I love anything mythology, so why haven’t I read this?!

10. Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert

Eat Pray Love

Another movie I know, but it is also a memoir. I really want to step out of my reading comfort zone and I really think Gilbert can help me do it. I’ve seen her Ted Talk on Creative Genius and she is just amazing, so this is going to get read this year!

So Bookworms there is my Top Ten! Have you read any of these? Especially the adaptions feel free to share your opinions, but no spoilers please! Have you ever been scared to read a new series by an author because you love the older too much? Share the troubles with me! I know I have been a bit absent lately, but I hope this and my last post make up for it!

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January Wrap Up and February TBR

Hey bookworms! Sorry I haven’t posted in forever, but I just started back up at school again, so I am learning how to juggle blogging, school work, reading, writing, and coming up with ideas! Anywho I wanted to just let you guys know how my reading went for January, My Yearly GoodReads Goal, and some of the books I plan on reading in February!

I am gonna start with my wrap-up for the 24 hour Read A Thon which did not go as planned! We ended up having some work done on our shower, so the construction noises were very distracting! (On the plus side I now have a shower with a knob I can turn off and on without help, and I adore it!) So I only got to read 4 books if you count my audiobook 3 if you only count physical reads which were:

1.Losing it by Cora Carmack


I saw her speak at the Las Vegas Valley Book Festival this year, and just her personality and perseverance as an author made me pick up the first one in the series. I related to the fear that Bliss has being in her final year of college and choosing a more of an art based degree like I have. So yea this book was definitely a book I needed entering my last 2 semesters of University

2.Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern and Narrated by Jim Dale

Night Circus

I absolutely adored it being read to me and got it on the Nook Audio App for free after my library copy was a bust! I could picture it and feel things more deeply hearing it. If you are worried about the slow pacing of the writing I definitely recommend the read this way. Again this book will always get a 5/5 stars from me but the audio book pushed it to a new level.

3. NANA Vol. 1 by Ai Yazawa

Nana Vol 1

To be honest after the first part I skimmed it I was expecting something hidden, that wasn’t shown in the anime like I did with the Sailor Moon Mangas but it seemed to just be the same which made me a bit sad, but I did love the art style and since I do love the storyline overall this got a 5/5. If you’re not sure if you want to check out the anime I definitely recommend picking up the first volume.

4.Petals on the Wind by V.C. Andrews

Petals on the Wind

The sequel to Flowers in the Attic I felt the need to start these controversial series after seeing the lifetime movie, well that I felt like one of the few who hadn’t at least read it. The second however didn’t keep me hooked in after the beginning I didn’t feel as much was at stake. It was okay compared to first, but because I am not one to quit a series if I liked the first. I hate being a quitter. Because of how this one dragged on I was only able to give it a 3/5 stars.

5. Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern

Say What You Will

This book was the hardest book of January for me to read. I bought this book when it was on sale on my nook over break. It had been getting a lot of hype and all I knew was it was about two odd high school kids falling for each other, but when I watched a video on youtube with one of my favorite vloggers, Aprilius Maximus, and learned one of the main characters had Cerebral Palsy like me. I immediately went to the author’s website and stumbled on the UK reviews, and well some of them got me riled up to say the least. This was a really hard book for me to read because it reminded me of issues I’ve dealt with self-esteem wise, but it also misrepresented a lot for me. Needless to say I had a lot of feelings on it. As a reader with CP reading a book with a main character who has CP as well I feel the need to discuss this book further. There will be a discussion on my feelings on this book up this weekend, so if you have read the book and want to know my feelings on it keep an eye out. It may be draining on me, but I feel I need to. I gave this book a 3/5 stars

6. The Calling by Kelley Armstrong

The Calling

I love that this story is in the same world as the Women of the Otherworld Series it makes me want to visit the places in the book and makes me like the characters more. This is the second book and although I liked the first book better I am curious to see how the last book ends! 4/5 stars

7. Inspire by Cora Cormack


I saw this one out again, by Cormack and I loved the summary before it came out. I got it and fell even more with the premise. I loved how she used mythology and balanced it with the mortal. I cannot wait for book 2! This book got a 4/5 it really kept me in it.

8. Crank by Ellen Hopkins


I didn’t like the content of the book, but I did like how it was written. It made it a quick read, but I rated it a 3/5.

February TBR

1. A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin (Buddy Read with: The Paige-Turner)

A Game of Thrones

2. Zodiac by Romina Russell (Currently Reading)


3. Bitten by Kelley Armstrong (Reread)


4. The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead (Cannot wait!!!)

The Ruby Circle

5. The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (For class)

Wizard of Oz

6. Frostbite by Richelle Mead (Reread)


The last one is tentative, and of course any book that I feel calls my name! My overall goal each month is to finish 6 books a month to meet my 72 book goal this year What are you reading book worms? What did you read? Read any of the ones I have mentioned? If so please comment and let me know down below! My favorite thing to talk about is books!

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