Here are some of my favorite platonic relationships in literature. I find that I lean towards characters who are siblings, since I come from a big family and am especially close to my sister.
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1. Jane of Austin
Sisters Jane and Celia overcome obstacles together as they relocate to Austin.
2. To Best the Boys
Cousins Rhen and Seleni take on a decades old competition for the chance to find a cure for a debilitating illness.
3. The Bronte Plot
Lucy is presented with the rare opportunity to visit England when grandmotherly Helen hires her to help her search out antiques.
4. Shadows over England series
A band of street rats and thieves become an unlikely family in this excellent series. I've enjoyed all the characters: Rosemary, Willa, Barclay...
5. The Secrets of Paper and Ink
Sophia and Ginny, friends who ban together to save a bookshop.
6. The Curse of Misty Wayfair
7. Evaporation of Sofia Snow
Sofia and her brother Shilo, and the lengths she goes to figure out what happened to him.
8. Pride and Prejudice
9. Lizzy and Jane
Sisters Elizabeth and Jane.
10. Listen to Your Heart
Alana and Kate, best friends who stretch each other to go outside their comfort zones (in a good way).
Aw, I should have included Jane of Austin in my list. Love all the Kasie West books but haven't read this one (yet). I did add Sofi and Shilo to my list today though. :)ReplyDelete
You will have to find the time to pick up Listen to Your Heart, since it was (naturally) delightful.;)Delete
I've not read any of these, but they all sound so good.ReplyDelete
Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thanks!
I will have to check out your list. This was such a fun topic!Delete
I loved the sisters in Pride and Prejudice. Great choice!ReplyDelete
Aj @ Read All The Things!
Jane Austen had sister relationships down.;)Delete