For someone who claims to hate romance and has never been in a relationship in her life, I write an awful lot of love-related subplots.
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Karis and Cole (The Storyguard Chronicles)
These two will never see the light of day, but they’re awfully adorable. Cole is brash and foolhardy-verging-on-stupid, and Karis is rational to the point of being irrationally fearful. They end up balancing each other out very well, going on adventures together, and growing up and growing closer. (They start out as thirteen in the first book and end up seventeen in the never-written final book.
They were also my first official “ship,” so even though you’ll probably never see them (unless they magically appear in some other story) they hold a special place in my heart.
Em and Flinn (The Reflections)
Imagine them just a few years younger and in dystopian rather than Renaissance clothes, and you’ll have a perfect image of Em and Flinn. They are a cute, playful couple, with Em being pretty innocent– yet stubborn– and Flinn being much more of a man of the world and…. well, a flirt. 😉
They will hopefully be a couple you’ll get to see within the next few years. 🙂 (Make sure to subscribe to my newsletter for updates about the Reflections.)
Saveh and Leo (THFTWT)
These two are some of the smartest characters I’ve written, and they are drawn to each other’s intellect. Saveh’s an incredibly organized little Slytherin, and Leo’s a Ravendor who knows four languages and will debate you on… literally anything.
and he’ll probably win.
Their book (That’s How Fast the World is Turning) Is currently on hold as I work on some other projects, but I do want to come back to them at some point.)
Adelaide and Alex (The Unnamed Time Travel Story)
You don’t know much about these two, but when a broken ex-assassin and a time-traveller fall in love, it’s chaotic and beautiful and wonderfully messy.
This book has been on hold for a while, but I’d love to write it again at some point. I really loved the characters
Celeste and LA (Secret Project 😉 )
Celeste and LA probably are my favorite relationship besides Em and Flinn. I haven’t actually gotten to writing their relationship yet, as the book is progressing rather slowly, but what I’ve plotted out makes me smile. A lot. LA is also extra fun because he’s Puerto Rican and comes with a giant, fun-loving family. Oh, and this book is set pretty close to where I live, so that’s always a plus.
And there you have it folks– a majority of my “canon” ships. There are a couple left out for spoiler reasons and such, but that covers most of them. What do you think about those ships? What are your favorite book-ish ships?
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