OTP Book Tag

An Unpopular OTP that you ship. “The Heartbreakers” by Ali Novak. Cara and JJ have not been shipped and I don’t know why! Each character from the band gets their own book and JJ’s book is the fourth one. Then there’s another girl named Gabriella and they have a spark too. This is the specific reason why I don’t do love triangles.

An OTP that you didn’t ship but you do now. “Follow Me Back” by A.V. Geiger. Eric was so rude an arrogant but then Tessa changed him. It’s freaking awesome and I can’t wait to write the review for it. The character development in this book is the reason why I love it so much.

Your most hated OTP. “Kissing in Cars” by Sara Ney. I just can’t with these two. They’re both crappy so I guess they go together…?

The OTP that took way too long to get together. Any Kasi West book. It takes the entire book to get the two protagonists together.

Your favorite non-canon OTP. “Ghosts” by Raina Telgemeier. Cat and Carlos are together and everyone knows it. It never says it but it is very much implied.

Your favorite BROTP. “Off-Campus” series by Elle Kennedy. The four guys in this series are so funny and are like brothers. I laughed countless times when reading their interactions.

Your favorite OTP that you adored in the books but not so much in the film adaptation. “Five Feet Apart” by Rachael Lippincott. I hate the movie but I love the book. I don’t want to spoil a lot of why because this adaptation will be be in my new series. In the movie they couldn’t add all of the special connections that made the relationship so special.

An OTP no matter how hard you try to ship it, you just can’t. “The Problem with Forever” by Jennifer L. Armentrout. I just couldn’t get over the fact that Mallory and Rider were foster siblings. I think it’s just me but who knows.

You’re all time favorite OTP. Let’s make a list shall we (in no particular order)-

  • “The Deal” by Elle Kennedy. Hannah and Garrett are so cute and the story is amazing and I love Garrett so much!
  • “The Goal” by Elle Kennedy. Sabrina and Tucker are soulmates! I love Jamie and how Sabrina and Tucker connect with her. Tucker is probably my favorite out of the series.
  • “Best Kind of Broken” by Chelsea Fine. Pixie and Levi are so cute and the perfect mix. This duo is the ideal couple.
  • “P.S. I Like You” by Kasie West. Lily and Cade formed a relationship that any newlywed couple would envy.
  • “This is Falling” by Ginger Scott. Nate waits for Rowe and he is just the guy that every girl needs.
  • “Beautiful Disaster” by Jamie McGuire. I think we all saw this one coming.

Any reviews and/or bookish posts I mentioned are linked in my Blogger’s Note.

Blogger’s Note:

Ahoy Ladies! Would you like to set sail on this ocean of flavor with me? I’ll be your captain, I’m Steve Harrington. Now that we’re done with that tidbit, how’d you guys like today’s post? I hope good. Onto the next topic, I am starting another project. Don’t worry the author interviews and adaptation series are still in the process but I just want to add another post in between the days that you are without me. The only thing that I struggle with is the photography part but we’ll get through it. My new posting days are going to Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday.

“The Heartbreakers” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/01/04/book-4/

“P.S. I Like You” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/01/04/book-3/

“On the Fence” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/03/09/book-19/

“The Deal” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/08/21/book-38-the-deal/

“Five Feet Apart” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/01/08/book-13/

“The Problem with Forever” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/05/07/book-27/

“Best Kind of Broken” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/07/10/book-34-best-kind-of-broken/

“This is Falling” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/01/07/book-8/

“Beautiful Disaster” Review: https://booksforthoughts.blog/2019/04/07/book-22/

Love you all ♡

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