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Friday in Review: Five Fave Book OTP's

Happy day after Valentines Day! I hope you had a good day with lots of chocolate!

To celebrate, I want to talk about my favorite bookish OTP's. Last February I talked about my favorite TV show couples, so I figured I should mix things up and talk books this year. So here are five of my favorite bookish couples:

  • Percabeth (Percy Jackson and the Olympians). They were one of the first OTP's I ever shipped. Percy and Annabeth were and always will be the best couple ever. 
  • Solara and Doran from Starflight. They will always be one of my favorite couples. I love that book so much and wish Melissa Landers would write more of them. I am excited for her new fantasy series she's working on right now though. 
  • Scarlet and Wolf (and pretty much every other pairing in the Lunar Chronicles series cuz I love them all. I love Scarlet and Wolf the most, but I also love Cinder and Kai, Cress and Thorne and Jacin. They all are just the best. 
  • Evie and Luc from The Darkest Star. This was such a fun book to read! I loved the Lux series and the world Jennifer L. Armentrout had created for her characters. (Again, I'm a sucker for human/alien romances).
  • The Alyssa/Jeb/Morpheus triangle in the Splintered series. This was (and still is) one of my favorite YA trilogies. A dark Alice in Wonderland series with a complex love triangle? Doesn't get much better than that. This love triangle wasn't like anything I'd ever read before. Alyssa and Jeb had history and chemistry as did her and Morpheus and the little jabs and hating between Jeb and Morpheus was so entertaining. By the end you didn't know who you wanted Alyssa to be with because you loved Jeb and Morpheus equally!  
I haven't done a Friday in Review in so long! It feels good to get back into the rhythm of posting twice a week instead of just once. My blog post views have been a little low and I feel that's partly my fault for not posting as frequently as I should be. So I hope my more consistent posting schedule, plus the beautiful new look of the blog will help. I also managed to figure out how to make a newsletter and stick it up on my blog! So go to the drop down menu in the right corner, scroll down and sign up for my newsletter! I'm figuring out how to attach a welcome email so you instantly get a free short story when you sign up. More details on that soon I hope. For now get signed up. I'm excited to start up a newsletter and figure out all the details and make it fun and exciting for my subscribers.

Also! For Valentine's Day (but mostly for my little brother's birthday today who is turning 12)  he got a chihuahua/pug mix!! I think we've finally settled on a name: Bear. Full name is Little Bear, nickname is Bear. (Yeah I think we have a problem with naming our dogs after different animals... Chessie short for Cheshire Cat and now Bear short for Little Bear...)

Isn't he adorable?? Follow my instagram (also in the drop down menu) for adorable pictures and videos of him in my story haha

What are your favorite bookish (or TV) OTP's??


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