|by Skylar Finn!
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This week’s topic is: Creepy Couples
I’m keeping it short today and just listing my favorite couples from creepy, horror, thriller, and ghostly books.
Anna and Cas
They have to be my all time favorite (not like I’ve read that many in this genre that involve romance…) “creepy couple.” Their romance is just so unique and heartbreaking and just adorable. Of course it’s a bit creepy too but they are both so strange and creepy that it works together!
I loved them just as much, In book one as in book two!
I feel like there were times when they both felt like this:
Violet and River
Ahhh Violet and River! There are no words for how much I love this book, Violet, River and their romance. It could very well rival Anna and Cas. They are so tastefully quirky and sweet. I’ve never read a romance quite like theirs. I loved every min. of it!
The romance of the second book was pretty painful for me (and the last part of BtDatDBS) but I was still happy with the book overall and everything else about it.
Callie and That one Kid
I didn’t like Callie and Oh-golly-gee-I-don’t-remember-his-name as much as Viole/River and Anna/Cas, but the love triangle was handled pretty darn well. Also, they were a cute couple. They supported each other and were really there for eachother when it counted.
(By the way I am talking about the second guy introduced, the one from her school. The one that was kinda preppy, not sketchy.)