Bookish Besties: Top Ten Tuesday

TTT is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week’s prompt is Characters I’d Love To Be Besties With. I’m kind of interested as to who I would love to be besties with because there are so many characters that have made me feel something that I’m afraid that my mind will go blank once I start writing it! Hopefully I can think of a few!!!

Mallory (Mouse) from The Problem with Forever by Jennifer L. Armentrout

This is one of the few books that I’ve read about that focuses on adoption. From the first few chapters, I had this instant connection with Mouse because of our adoption. Even though our adoption stories are completely different, we both have similar personalities. Although I’m not quite as introverted as Mouse, I’d like to think that we would be those friends with endless inside jokes that no one would begin to understand, and we would be content being near each other with a good book.

Katy from the Lux Series by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Okay, Katy is a major book nerd with a vlog, loves to garden, and has a thing for the guy next door who’s a jerk. I’d say that we’re to peas in a pod. We both share a love for sarcasm and the Sweet Evil Series by Wendy Higgins. I think her outgoingness would be a good match for my quite habits making us become great friends.

Oliver from The Heartbreakers by Ali Novak

Yes, I know that Oliver has that bad boy musician thing going on but come on he’s Oliver with his Harry Styles looks and killer vocals. I’d be that poor friend suffering with her crush for her best friend, not doing anything about it because I would be afraid that the feelings aren’t going to be reciprocated (even though they will be) and something will come up after we start dating making us question our relationship.

Will Herondale from The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

Out of all of the Herondales in the Shadowhunters Chronicles, I think Will is my favorite (sorry Jace, you’ll always hold a special place in my heart because you were the first one I meet, but I’m going to have to go with you ancestor on this one). Yes, I am very familiar with Will and his snarky remarks, but I love a good sassy remark. And let’s be honest, any man that loves books (and poetry) is an automatic friend.

~I’m back from my 3 minute interlude because I had to listen to the Easier remix with Charlie Puth.~

Clark from the Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson

All I can say is another guy that loves books, and as an added bonus, he’s an author. He’s the perfect of geeky awkwardness with confident swoon worthy teenage guy (or maybe very early twenties, I can’t remember how old he is).

Lara Jean from To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

Lara Jean and I are like two sides of the same coin. We love others with all our heart, quite with our moments of boldness, and we know what it’s like growing up in America as an Asian.

Logan from Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith

It’s no secret that I LOVE Logan. He’s the guy from high school that is able to hang out with any social group and instantly become friends with everyone. He’s the comic relief that any series person (like me) needs to remember that life shouldn’t be all work.

Kota from the Ghost Bird Series by C. L. Stone

Y’all he’s the nerdy boy next door that wears glasses who’s so adorable you can’t stop looking at. He’s smart, compassionate, family oriented, and is a natural leader. He’s the type of guy that you can call in the middle of the night to call after you’ve had a bad dream or if you’re feeling lonely and just need a calming person to be next to.

Who are some of your besties? Let me know below!

Happy reading until next time,

13 thoughts on “Bookish Besties: Top Ten Tuesday

    • I’ve read the series back when I was a freshman in high school (I think) and really enjoyed them although in some parts the books were a little slow. I love the movie with all of my heart, so I would be interested to see if I would like the books as much now 😂.

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  1. I haven’t read any of these except Unexpected Everything (I think Clark was 19 or 20, if memory serves), but I love your explanations! The end of the Oliver one made me laugh.

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