Sunday Swoons #1: 5 of My All Time Favorite/Most Swoon Worthy YA Relationships10:09 PM
This is a brand new link-up hosted by Briana @Reader, Writer, Critic. Every Sunday Briana is going to discuss, list, rave about, fangirl (or fanboy) about, quote, or mention something totally swoon worthy that she's read. AND all you have to do to join in is link back using the handy linky button that will be on her posts and mention her in your post. Check out her first post here. This is going to be so fun! (Even though I'm joining late)
What is their ship name? I don't even know. (Googles it) Well. Turns out even the TMI fandom is confused. Is it Jalary or Clace? (I'm going with Clace) Clace was forever for me almost as soon as I started reading about them. There was a connection, dynamics, something. They fit. And although I could do with a little less of their frenzied making out sessions, they are an awesome couple. Kicking butt in black. Hey, they know how to do it right.
4. Mary & James from A Spy in the House.
Mary and James are not well-known. In fact, their romance isn't even a big part of the books (at least the first one) that they're in. However, I totally support their couple-age. First of all, best sarcasm in a posh English voice. Second of all, uh, they're cute together.
P.S. It's fun seeing James alternate between awkwardness and falling-in-love-ish-ness and frustration and curtness.
5. Mallory & Oliver from Going Vintage.
No, but seriously, they are awesome. They're like best friends (teasing each other and stuff) but also meant for each other romantically. *wiggles eyebrows*