Call for nominations: best romancePosted: January 14, 2014 Filed under: On Books | Tags: aussie-owned, Cassandra Clare, romance 13 Comments
Last Valentine’s Day over at Aussie Owned and Read we had the Choose Your Favourite Couple competition. (Cassandra Clare’s Clary and Jace won, with Ron and Hermione second.) Those couples were nominated by the members of the Aussie Owned and Read team.
This year we want to do it differently. We want YOU to nominate your favourite romance. Here are the rules:
1. The book must be either young adult or new adult. (No erotica please.)
2. It can be any genre, not just romance.
3. Leave a comment below with the name of the book, the author, and the romantic couple.
4. Despite the competition being at Aussie Owned and Read, neither the author nor the couple need to be Australian. Or even human. We don’t judge!
Nominations close on 7 February.
Easy, right? Aaaand GO!
Tarver and Lilac from These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner!
This may be a throwback, but my favorite couple will always be Mary-Lynette and Ash from L.J. Smith’s Daughters of Darkness. 🙂
I would nominate Hazel and Augustus from John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars. 🙂
Daemon and Katy from J L Armentrout’s Lux Series.
Eleanor and Park. <333
Celena and Chaol from Throne of Glass (though their romance doesn’t really kick off until book 2 I was still in live with Chaol in book 1)
Anna and Etienne!
What are they from? 🙂
Isn’t it Anna and the French Kiss? Not my fave. He was a bit wishy washy.
Tana and Gavriel from Holly Black’s The Coldest Girl in Coldtown
Rachel and Isaiah from Crash Into You by Katie McGarry.
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