I really loved the progression of Katsa and Po's relationship. They were equal partners, and they had a ridiculous amount of chemistry. I still haven't read Graceling's companion novels, but they're definitely on my list.
I was not expecting to love Taylor and Jonah when I started this book, but I adored them by the time it ended. It's such a heartfelt read, and that extends to its relationship dynamics.
Weaver may not technically be the love interest of this novel, but he is very swoon-worthy. I loved his intelligence and courage, as well as his relationship with Mattie. He's one of my all-time favourites.
I really liked seeing Mia and Adam together, and that one scene where they discuss musical instruments? Yowza.
While I didn't swoon over any of the characters in Annie, the relationship between Annie and Liza was note-worthy. Their tenderness was wonderful, and it helped the book transcend its tropes.
Eleanor and Park's relationship develops organically and I think it perfectly showcases adolescent love. It's gotten a lot of praise as of late, and rightfully so.
Etienne is well-rounded, compelling and flawed as a love interest. I loved watching the way his dynamic with Anna grew and changed.
Nick and Norah is one of the first YA books I read, and it really captures the wonder and struggle behind loving again. It also does a good job of showing the issue of getting over your ex.
Yes, another time that The Gemma Doyle Trilogy shows up on one of my Top Ten Tuesday lists. What can I say, I'm kind of a big Kartik/Gemma fan.
That's my list! What's your favourite YA romance?