Top Ten Characters I Love in New Adult books

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week bloggers all over the blogosphere create a top ten list based on that week's theme. This weeks theme is our Top Ten favorite characters in whatever genre we choose. And I chose New Adult! Okay, it may not be classed as a genre rather like an age category I suppose? But whatever idc I'm too excited :D  In no particular order...

Losing It by Cora Carmack
Garrick - I love how he's so intellectual and he's also a teacher ;) Mainly, I loved the fact that he wasn't a player and he was genuinely interested in Bliss. And gosh, Carmack made him sound so hot especially with all that Shakespeare talk, hmmm
 Easy by Tammara Webber
Erin - Readers of Easy would probably like Jaqueline or Brandon/Lucus more but Erin actually really stuck to me. I just really liked her loyalty to her friend and always trying to be there for her best friend. Yay, girl power!
 Going to Far by Jennifer Echols
John After - He is my guy. Also, a police office I should mention but he's not seriously older as you might assume. Anyhow, he's a really really good character.
 The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
Andrew - He has a few issues to deal with. A lot going on. Even though, he might not know what to do in that moment, he comes around and does the right thing :)
Echo - I don't completely know why, but there was something about echo that I really liked. I think maybe because of after everything she's been through, the person she has become, she's stayed strong in her own way. (classed as NA according to GoodReads, btw)
 Rules of Attraction by Simone Elkeles
I loved both Marcus and Keira. They are both my favourite! Their alternating perspectives were such a joy to read!!
 Between the Lines by Tammara Webber
Reid - Another Webber book! I surprisingly liked Reid, you'd think I wouldn't cause of the whole bad boy image thing but I looked past that when I saw how much he liked Emma. Aww!
Okay okay, I admit I haven't read many New Adult books. Heck, I haven't had time to read many books at that. But yup there's my seven! What do you think? If you have any NA recommendations please do let me know in the comments :D


  1. Ohh, I love your list! Great choices! I just read a really great NA book called "Rule" by Jay Crownover, and I'm doing a giveaway on my blog for it. If you liked Lucas, you will LOVE Rule!

    New follower via GFC :D

    -Sonnie [ Here's my FF ]

  2. I loved Echo in Pushing the Limits! Did you read Dare You To? Because Beth is awesome too! Katie McGarry knows how to write books!

    My TTT

  3. I haven't read any on your list and I'm curious, what differentiates NA from YA? Come visit me too!

    1. There's not a whole lot of difference between NA and YA. New Adult is aimed at readers 18-25 years of age mainly revolving around the after-teen phase and new experiences that come with it, such as finding a new job, finishing college... I have found this website which I believe sumes it up quite nicely (:

  4. I haven't read enough NA to make a list like this, but now I've got a starting point - thanks for sharing!

  5. I haven't read any NA yet, but I love your list. I recently got to meet Tammara Webber, so I'm really excited to read the rest of her books. Great list!
    New follower!

    Halee @ Confessions of a Book Addict

    My Top Ten

  6. My Top Ten Tuesday post.

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    Have a lovely week :D

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