My OTP’s

My OTP’s


Hello and happy Wednesday. I have a cold from hell, which made me get up early this morning, even though it’s a Sunday, and take a shower because showers are the only thing that helps me not feel like shit. That means I have a ton of time, so obviously I’m using it to catch up on posts. Today, I’ll share with you my top three OTP’s from books I’ve read this year. Let’s get started, shall we?

Harry and Ginny from the Harry Potter series by J.K Rowling 

This year I read Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which if I’m not mistaken is the book where Harry and Ginny’s love blooms. I’d never shipped the movie characters, but the way their romance starts in the book is awesome. Also, I totally adore Harry’s sassy attitude, that is met with Ginny’s wits. They’re perfect for each other in a non-cheesy way.

Harper and David from Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins 

I’ve already talked about this two a bit, once when I did the review of this novel, and then I went in and talked about David on my Boy Crushes post, but this is such an adorable couple that I’ll go ahead and feature them in this post too. Just as with Harry and Ginny, I love both Harper’s and David’s personalities separately. Harper is a badass and David is just the cutest, quirkiest guy ever, and together they just make sense. Yes, I think that later on in the series they’ll experience some turbulence, but in the end I think they’ll make it. No spoilers, please.

Emma and literally every guy that crosses her way from Emma by Jane Austen 

Poor Emma’s love life is an absolute mess, but I’ve known women like her, who are always attracting the wrong men at the wrong time, and then when the men lose interest, that’s when they, the women, start checking them out. I’m listening to the audiobook and I’m not done yet, so I might be surprised at the end, but what I’ve listened so far has had me very confused. In my mind, every guy that comes near Emma could be the perfect fit for her: first Mr. Elton, then Frank Churchill, and obviously Mr. Knightly. I’ literally change my mind every time a guy comes into the scene because I think “yes, this is it!” and then he isn’t. My poor little heart has suffered as much as Emma’s, but I’m still hopeful that she’ll find love.

What are your bookish OTP’s? Tell me about them in the comments below.

Happy reading!

Love, Miss Camila

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