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Top Ten Characters You'd Like To Check In With

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the fab ladies at The Broke and the Bookish!

1.  Hands down, my number one choice would be Lizzy, of course!  This is why I read so many re-tellings that pick up from P&P -- Only Mr. Darcy Will Do and Mr. Darcy Takes a Wife are two of my favorites!

2.  I would have to check in on my favorite character from my favorite childhood series, Sleepover Friends!  I always liked Lauren the most because she was athletic and loved to eat!

3.  Even though it would be a bit insane, I have to check in on all the characters from The Secret History, my favorite book of all time.

4.  I would love to read about the amazing woman I know that Brenna Blixen became -- this series is so good and so underrated!!

5.  More Kenny and Savannah, please!  They are still my favorite Troubleshooters couple!

6.  Oh Jemima!  Even though the ending of this book was perfect, I could go for a HEA novella.

7.  I don't know anyone that hasn't read and loved the Georgina Kincaid series by Richelle Mead, and I would love to drop in on Seth and Georgie but also Carter and Jerome!!

8.  Just what are Gray Porter and Jess Jordan up to these days?!  

9.  Ok, I seriously, SERIOUSLY need a Georgetown Academy, Book Five! The fourth book ended on a cliffhanger and there are no plans for a fifth book ?!?!

10.  Marcus Flutie and Jessica Darling, anyone?!


  1. SETH AND GEORGIE!!! OMG, you know how crazy I am about wanting a damn sequel or novella or SOMETHING!

  2. Nice! Totally would love to check up on Georgina and gang as well! Loved that series and I so didn't think I would!

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  3. Havent read the succubus series but I really wasnt to and I have all the books, but they're in storage right now

  4. Great picks! I considered Jemima J myself. :) What a memorable character. That remains my favorite by Jane Green.

    Marcus Flutie and Jessica Darling! How could I have forgotten them? I'd love to get a glimpse at them today. :)

  5. Sleepover Friends!! I didn't even think about books from when I was younger. Love it! :)

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  7. I really want to read The Secret History! I'm glad it made your list =D

  8. The only one I've read is P&P and I could read about Mr. Darcy forever!

  9. Jemima! I haven't thought of her in a long time, it would be fun to see how she is doing!
    Missie @ A Flurry of Ponderings

  10. Ah, I must confess, I haven't read ANY of these (not even Pride and Prejudice- such a fail, I know!) but your list is quite intriguing!!
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

  11. I would love to check in with Mr Darcy! Also, I really need to read the Georgina Kincaide books!


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