Sigh. Valentine’s Day will soon be here. Sigh. Love. Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. I have always loved Valentine’s Day. Sigh. Love.
So, I have created a list of five fictional couples I have enjoyed. Sigh. These couples are in no particular order, I love them all.
Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester in Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte. Finally. I have created couple lists in the past and omitted this classic couple and this is one of my favorite classic stories ~ ever! In my opinion, film makers have never been able to do this story justice. A toast, this Valentine’s Day, to Jane and Mr. Rochester.
Lewis and Vanessa March in Airs Above the Ground, by Mary Stewart. A great couple, very much in love in this classic story of mystery, suspense and murder. This isn’t a typical romance because the couple are married, but a romance none the less. Raise your beverage glasses ~ clink~ this Valentine’s Day. Here’s to Lewis and Vanessa March.
Jesse Bird and Tamsen Littlejohn in The Pursuit of Tamsen Littlejohn by Lori Benton. Jesse and Tamsen have quite the adventure as they journey across the wilderness in this story set in 1787. A toast to a great couple. ~clink~
Tanner Fortier and Keira Bannister in Her Cowboy Hero by Carolyne Aarsen. There is usually a cowboy somewhere in my list of great couples. 🙂 Tanner is a great guy. He’s been in love with Keira for a long time, but there is a challenge. Raise your glasses to Keira and Tanner. Happy Valentine’s Day to a couple in love!
Lady Juliet Lindsay and Iain MacLeon in A Highlander for Christmas, by Jamie Carie. What! You included a Christmas story in your selection for Valentine’s Day? You betcha! I love this couple. Just thinking about them brings a smile to my face. 🙂 Jamie Carie creates some great men in her stories. I’m normally captivated by her leading males. Let’s have a Valentine’s Day toast and a Christmas toast to Juliet and Iain! ~clink~
Have a great Valentine’s Day!