Top Ten Tuesday; Favourite Couples in Books

It's Tuesday and time for yet another Top Ten Tuesday post, courtesy of That Artsy Reader Girl. The theme of the week is slightly Valentine's Day inspired; favourite couples in books.

My picks are;

Idgie and Ruth from Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe by Fannie Flagg

Kaeya and Thatcher from Fifteen Seconds of Normal by Alex Marestaing

Arabella and Henry from Boneseeker by Brynn Chapman

Celia and Marco from The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern

Sahar and Nasrin from If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan

Harry and Craig from Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan

Kale and Julian/Julia from My Crunchy Life by Mia Kerick

Mik and Zuzana, and Karou and Akiva from the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy by Laini Taylor

Molly and Arthur Weasley from the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling


  1. I really need to read The Night Circus.
    I'm glad to see Arthur and Molly get some love... I hadn't thought of it but they really are a love story to aspire to.

    1. The Night Circus is awesome, so you have something to look forward to. :-)

  2. I haven't seen anyone else think of Molly and Arthur, but you're right, they're an absolutely perfect couple!
    Boneseeker looks really interesting. I'll be checking that one out.
    My favourite couples this week.

    1. Molly and Arthur is so sweet and feel free to check out Boneseeker.

  3. I love Mik and Zuzana, and Arthur and Molly, such a lovely couple.
    My TTT:

  4. Yes, Idgie and Ruth were a wonderful couple. So were Molly and Arthur Weasley.

    This is my Top Ten Tuesday post.

    1. Both Idgie and Ruth, and Molly and Arthur were wonderful couples.

  5. Yes to Molly and Arthur Weasley! They need more recognition as a great couple. Here is my Top Ten Tuesday

    1. They certainly deserve more recognition. And just think how awesome Molly is as a mother.

  6. I like that you included Molly and Arthur Weasley! And Harry and Craig are an interesting choice as well.


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