Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Bromances

This week’s Top 5 Wednesday (see their Good Reads group here) is: Favorite BromancesI think we have done this topic before in the distant past, but who doesn’t love a good bromance? Bromance = platonic relationship between two male characters.

Can't say enough how much I loved these. Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown. Red Rising, Golden Son and Morning Star

1. Darrow and Sevro from the Red Rising trilogy. I love them both and they are always better together.

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2. Garret, Logan, Dean, & Tucker from the Off-Campus series. I only read the first two books and then it got a little too far into erotica territory for me, but these boys cracked me up.

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3. The Raven Boys: Gansey, Ronan, Adam, and Noah. These characters are the reason these books are so popular.

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4. Declan and Rev from Letters to the Lost. The romance in this book was ok, but the bromance in between these two is what made it for me.

"we're a little married" this is the reason why i am going in to the medical field lol

 

5. JD and Turk from Scrubs. Yes, it’s not a book, but theirs is the ultimate bromance. I think the first time I ever heard the term was in connection with them.

What are your favorite fictional bromances?

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5 thoughts on “Top 5 Wednesday: Favorite Bromances

  1. Nice list! I totally agree with Declan and Rev! I’m very excited for Rev’s story! The Red Rising trilogy and Off-campus series are already in my tbr so I can’t wait to meet the amazing characters that I’ve heard so much about. 🙂

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