Top 5 Wednesdays – Nostalgic Book Boyfriends

Hi everyone and welcome to Top 5 Wednesdays! Top 5 Wednesdays is a weekly meme hosted on a Goodreads group, the link to which I’ve included here in case any of you would like to join.

This week’s topic is Nostalgic Book Boyfriends/Girlfriends i.e. Characters you swooned over when you were younger – There are just so many! However, I did manage to cut the list down to 5 and here’s what I got.


WILL HERONDALE

The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

I still swoon over Will! He was my first book crush and continues to be my main. ❤


JAMES CARSTAIRS

The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare

Yes I know they’re both from the same series but they’re both amazing. Tessa was one luck girl. Just imagine having Jem Carstairs as your boyfriend.


MARK WATNEY

The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian is my favorite book purely because Watney’s sense of humor. He’s funny, sarcastic, jolly, self-deprecating and just plain sweet. Definitely swoon over him.


QUENTIN JACOBSEN

Paper Towns by John Green

While most people that I know weren’t quite impressed by Q, I actually quite liked him. Most characters are all about action and adventure but Q values normalcy and stability by his own admission and that’s actually kind of nice. He loves Margo and manages to be a hero in his own way but is still your average boy next door and I could definitely see myself falling for a boy like that.


PERCY JACKSON

Percy Jackson Series by Rick Riordan

Because who better to swoon over than Seaweed Brain!!


And that’s all for today! Who are some of your nostalgic book boyfriends/girlfriends?

Until next time –

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