Digging For Bones

Top Ten Tuesday

In Top Ten Tuesday on September 28, 2010 at 12:09 pm

This is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This week’s top ten is:

Top Ten Favorite Fictional Couples in Books

In no particular order: 
1. Jasper and Alice
2. Bella and Edward
3. Dimitri and Rose
4. Sookie and Eric
5. Ron and Hermione
6. Harry and Ginny
7. Zadist and Bella
8. Bridget and Daniel
9. Wanderer and Ian
10. Lisa and Christian

Wow this took forever lol

What are yours?

  1. All great couples!!! Nice list 🙂

  2. How could I not include Bridget and Mark (you do mean Mark Darcy right? cause that's who are in the picture) I love them 🙂
    Ron and Hermione made my list as well.

  3. Aw I forgot about Wanda and Ian. This list is perfection!

  4. A lot of Harry Potter couples making most list! A lot of your would have made mine too. Thanks for sharing!

  5. I haven't read most of your books so I don't know about the couples, though the pictures totally make me want to. I agreed on the Harry Potter couples. Check out my lists (two for the price of one) at:

  6. Ohhh I have Sookie & Eric on mine too. And I love Bridget & Mark also. Zadist & Bella are definitely my faves from the Black Dagger Brotherhood, great couples

  7. Ohh Bridget and Daniel– great couple.

  8. Your list definitely comes from a different place than mine…but very interesting! Here's mine: http://myreadersblock.blogspot.com/2010/09/top-ten-tuesday-favorite-couples.html

  9. Thanks for all the comments guys 🙂

    Lol yea Daisy i swear my head has gone poof from all the work i have to do 😦

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