When 2 Become 1: Reads for “Best Friends” Couples

February 10, 2016

This Valentine’s Day, why not forego the chocolates and schmaltzy cards and give a gift to yourselves? We’ve come up with four book bundles for you and your SO to enjoy and swap together. Not sure which one is for you? Stay tuned for our couple profiles from February 8-11. But act fast: we can only handle being this Valentinesy until February 15th (when all the chocolate goes on sale).

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This Valentine’s Day, why not forego the chocolates and schmaltzy cards and give a gift to yourselves? We’ve come up with  four book bundles for you and your SO to enjoy and swap together. Not sure which one is for you? Stay tuned for our couple profiles from February 8-11. But act fast: we can only handle being this Valentinesy until February 15th (when all the chocolate goes on sale).

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Today’s featured couple bundle is for those pairs who’ve been through it all together: the “best friends” couple-type are firmly entrenched in each other’s lives. Their bond runs so deep they share everything: they’re expressly invited to both family reunions, their Google passwords are each other’s names, and they finish each other’s sentences and sandwiches.

Our first pick is Jennifer Quist’s Sistering, from Linda Leith Publishing. Examining the relationships between five close-knit sisters, Quist’s darkly-funny narrative also shows the closeness of the sisters’ significant others, and the things they’ll do for their spouses and sisters-in-law.

Our second choice is a play: Meg Braem’s Blood: A Scientific Romance (Playwrights Canada Press). This Governor General-nominated work showcases indefatigable connection between two twin sisters, and whether or not those that complete us render us broken when they go.

Best of all, once you and your bestie are finished with these books, you can pass them along to the network of friends and family you’ve created together. Buy our specially-priced bundle here (and use the savings on thread for more friendship bracelets).

 

Other "Best Friends" Couples

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Luke and Laura, Gilmore Girls

Ron and Hermione, Harry Potter

Kurt and Blaine, Glee

 

 

 

 

 


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