Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Top Ten Tuesday Seventy Four

Top Ten Favourite Slowburn Romances

Top ten tuesday is a weekly feature/ meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish.  This weeks topic was one I was really excited for as I am such a big fan of romance in novels and so will never complain about the chance to talk about my favourite couples or ships.  However, this list is still not the longest (sorry!) as it has just felt like I've had no time recently, and so didn't manage to think of a whole list of 10 for this week.  And so, enjoy! 

These two are one of the most recent couples I really loved and really enjoyed reading about their relationship.  I just really adored how these two both seem to fit together and don't at the same time and how complex their whole relationship is throughout the book.

 I can't tell you how much I have adored these two, from the moment they first meet to when we get to see their relationship develop and grow all the way till the end of the last book.  Throughout the trilogy they just seem to both grow individually and together until they can finally trust each other and learn that that's not a bad thing either.

 As much as these two definitely don't go from hate to love, and aren't as slow a burn as some of the others from series, I still can't help but adore them together already.  I just love how they already trust and rely on each other but still have quite a complex relationship due to the circumstances they are in but how when they are testing instead of their friendship and relationship crumbling it grows almost into something more.

Out of the couples on this list, these two are by far the ones who took the longest time to actually get together and so I was so happy when they finally did.  I just adore how open she is with him and how they slowly but surely develop and grow their relationship throughout the books until they finally realize how much they care about each other.

For a book whose main concept focuses on a game in which the two players fall in love, these two actually took a little longer than I expected to actually get together, which honestly just made it that much better when they did.  I just loved how these two kept meeting and interacting and even sharing moments, with something always getting in the way but this never stopping the growing chemistry between them.

Who are some of your favourite slow burn romances?


  1. I did slow burn romances this week too, but with completely different couples!
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2017/02/14/top-ten-tuesday-96/

    1. Oh cool, my list was fairly short plus there are a good number of slowburn romances out there!