Happy Palentines: the Best YA Book Friendships

It’s February, the month of love and romance! But instead of another list of my favourite YA couples, this year I want to celebrate the greatest platonic relationships in fantasy and sci-fi. So, happy Palentines friends, and welcome to the February Blog Hop with YA Sci-Fi and Fantasy Addicts.

February Blog Hop Posts

The Best Friendships in YA Fantasy and Sci-Fi

Will & Jem from The Infernal Devices

If there was ever a pair of friends who the term ‘bromance’ was invented for, it’s Will Herondale and Jem Carstairs. Their friendship is the stuff of dreams, fighting evil side by side and always having each other’s backs, in sickness and in health, till death do they part. They even fall for the same girl, but something as simple as true love could never come between these two parabatai!

The Crows from Six of Crows

The Crows as individuals could not be more different from each other, but together they make the perfect team. Kaz, Inej, Jesper, Nina, Wylan and Matthias are the kind of friends you can call when you need help getting rid of a body. Their methods might not always be exactly legal or moral, and their motivations might seem murky to say the least, but at the end of the day they’re always there for their friends (usually with a snarky comment to boot).

The Night Court from ACOTAR

Everyone’s favourite high fae court are peak friendship goals. Rhysand, Cassian, Azriel, Amren and Morr are definitely the kind of friends you want beside you in battle, but they’re also capable of bringing the banter and good times too. And, let’s be honest, they’re all pretty easy on the eyes.

The Gnomes from The Fair Queen

When Aria stumbles into the Fair Realm, she tags along with a gang of Gnome boys and it’s not long before she feels like one of the crew. The loyal band of brothers, soldiers and princes show Aria the meaning of true friendship as they challenge and support each other, laughing both with and at each other, and always having each other’s backs, especially in battle. Even when things get dark and dangerous, these boys are always the best of friends.

A Valentines Gift for you!

Here’s your free copy of my novella, Daughter of the Selkie King, which was originally featured in Enchanted Waters and is set in the same world as my series, The Fair Chronicles:

Click to download the Daughter of the Selkie King novella

February Giveaway

Enter our big Valentines giveaway to win an Amazon gift card and find your next book boyfriend!

Happy Valentines, Palentines and Galentines, friends!



1 Comment

  1. Evelina says:

    Loved Jem and Will’s friendship. The gnome crew sounds fun too!

    Liked by 1 person

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