Top Ten Tuesday #18: Book Romances That Could Make It In the Real World
Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish with a different topic for a top-ten list each week. You can find out more about it here. The links will take you to my reviews, if available. This week's topic is: Top Ten Book Romances That Could Make It In the Real World What an awesome topic! I read a lot of romances, but I still think this one is going to be hard, because, well, most of them would so not make it in the real world. I'm not going to be including the couple's names because I don't want to spoil anything and some of these have love triangles, etc.
1. Being Friends with Boys by Terra Elan McVoy Relationships that start out as friendship are the best ones, and I think that type of romance would have the best shot at making it in the real world. 2. Saving June by Hannah Harrington Harper and Jake have been through a lot together, and I think something like that will keep them together.
3. My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick The way Samantha and Jase's relationship develops is very honest and real. I could definitely see these two together in the real world. 4. Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally This is another case of friendship turning into romance, and like I said, those relationships go deeper and are more likely to work out, in my opinion.
5. Personal Effects by EM Kokie Again with the friendship thing. 6. Five Flavors of Dumb by Antony John Romance isn't a huge part of Five Flavors of Dumb but I really liked it anyways. These two aren't overly dramatic; they just work. 7. Bunheads by Sophie Flack Hannah's and Jacob's relationship is very sophisticated for YA, in a good way, and I think that maturity would make it easier for these two to make it in the real world. 8. - 10. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, Sweethearts by Sara Zarr & How to Say Goodbye in Robot by Natalie Standiford LALALA GO AWAY REALITY ALL OF THESE COUPLES STAY TOGETHER AND NOTHING TRAGIC HAPPENS AND THEY'RE GONNA BE HAPPY FOREVER LALALA What book couples do you think could make it in the real world?
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