BTT: A Couple Of My Favorite Couples

This week’s Booking Through Thursday question is:

Name a favorite literary couple and tell me why they are a favorite. If you cannot choose just one, that is okay too. Name as many as you like–sometimes narrowing down a list can be extremely difficult and painful. Or maybe that’s just me.

Well obviously I have a couple of couples in mind. The first which comes to mind is Scarlett & Rhett from Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind:

They are like my classic favorite. Their love is absurd and messy and real. They aren’t perfect, they don’t get it right, but it doesn’t make their love any less intense and brilliant and wonderful. The other favorite from classics would be Lizzy Bennet and the infamous Mr. Darcy from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice:

It takes these two a while to realize they are perfect for each other but the chemistry is obvious. Two people so similar but in varying ways, you can see how it took them so long to get their acts together but gah.

A less classic literary “couple” I adore would be the couple-triangle of Stephanie Plum, Joe Morelli & Ranger in Janet Evanovich’s Plum series. Their love story never gets old, thank goodness. Fourteen books in and I’m still hooked on them, still unsure myself which “bad” boy Stephanie should end up with although I think we all know… It’s just the other one is so…

Who are your favorite literary couples?


  1. Joanne says:

    Scarlett and Rhett are awesome! I love how they are such a realistic couple – they have their romantic moments but they also have crazy fights and arguments 🙂


  2. bookworm says:

    great choices, we have some favorites in common 🙂


  3. mommablogsalot says:

    @ Rochelle : One For the Money – it goes in order by number – that series anyway and that series is the best of her works


  4. Rochelle says:

    Okay, I’ve never read Janet Evanovich before. Which book should I start with?


  5. Sally says:

    I chose another couple.


  6. mommablogsalot says:

    @ Andrea : They really are classic in my book 🙂


  7. I love that we both put Stephanie and the boys!! Lol, it just felt so right to include them.


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