Top Ten Tuesday | M/M Couples I Ship

Top Ten Tuesday is brought to you by The Broke and the Bookish, and this week’s Top Ten is all about fandoms. I’m not part of any fandoms, but I am a HUGE shipper. I love my OTPs, and if anything were to ever come between them, I wouldn’t rule out a meltdown. I’ve been reading a lot of M/M recently, and I find it so inspiring what some of these men have gone through to be together. So today, I’m sharing my favorite M/M ships with you!

   10 David & Raymond

This was the first book I listened to from this series, and I had to listen to it again before I could even go back and listen to the first. Raymond is hot as hell, and most of the time easygoing. Pairing him up with high-maintenance David was hilarious, and I love the path they took to find their way together.

 9 Graham & Rikker

These young men stole my heart so completely that I…ahem…went home ‘sick’ to finish their story. Graham and Rikker had such a tough road to be together, and if ever there was a second chance love story that needed to be read, it’s this one!

 8 Colin & Rafael

If you like your angst with a side of angst, and you haven’t read this book, you’re missing out. Colin and Rafael had a tough, tough road to be together, but it was worth it (for me AND for them,) when all was said and done.

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Wes & Jamie

OK – if you’ve been around my blog for long, you’ve probably reached this point and rolled your eyes – is this girl really that predictable? Yes, yes I am. I will add HIM to any and every list I can in an effort to pimp the hell out of it. Psssst…have you read it yet? 😉

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Jodi & Rupert

Wow. This book puts a reader through the wringer. Though let’s be real – what Garrett Leigh book doesn’t? Jodi and Rupert’s story was heart wrenching and full of so much love. I love the way they fell in love all over again, and I found their story irresistible.

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Jackson & Ellery

Jackson and Ellery aren’t as angsty as some of the other couples on this list, but their story sure was gritty. I loved everything about their story, especially Ellery refusing to leave growly Jackson’s side. I loved them together.

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Nate & Cody

As if the setting for this story wasn’t brilliant enough, the author tosses in forbidden young love and breaks my heart. Nate and Cody were so lucky to have found each other, and their story was absolutely beautiful.

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Damen & Laurent

Dude…

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Cory & Jude

(Admit it, Birdie…you’re grinning from ear to ear.) Cory and Jude were so interesting to read about. There was a mysterious element to their story, and until the very last moment, it was impossible to see how they’d end up together. I’m just glad they did!

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Caleb & Ollie

So the previous ships were in no particular order, but this one, number one, really is number one. Oliver Buckley and Caleb Stone are my favorite M/M couple of all time. They make things more complex than they need to be, but it’s a direct result of their daddy issues, and it fits their characters. This story is perfection. I’ve listened to this book so many times that at this point, I’m surprised my audio hasn’t trained itself to just start over once the book ends.

They they are. Some of my very favorite male couples. And as you know, I am always looking for recommendations, so if you have some, feel free to drop them in the comments!

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  1. HAHA!! you made me bust out laughing at work! I was nodding and agreeing with most of the books on your list, when I read your blurb for Captive Prince, I snickered and smirked, then when I got to Jude and Corey I burst out cracking up. You really know me so well, and sometimes I forget how when we agree we really agree! 🙂

    I also love your twist on the Fandom idea. Shipping is definitely an offshoot of fandoms.

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  2. Oh, I love this topic!!!!
    I haven’t read as many M/M as you, so I love getting recommendations.

    I adored Captive Prince, love anything by Sarina Bowen, and I already borrowed your favorite couple, First and First!!! Can’t wait to start reading.

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    1. If you can, I highly suggest you read the Five Boroughs series in order, or at the very least, read book two before First and First. It’s getting to know Caleb all over again that really makes this story worth it. I hope you love them as much as I do! I’ll be on the lookout for your reviews. 🙂

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    1. I have heard really good things about the Abigail Roux series. I really need to give those a go.

      You’re so luck you have Captive Prince and Him to look forward to! I keep checking Audible for CP, but nothing yet…

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