Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic from The Broke and the Bookish is the Top Ten Characters I'd Like to Check in On. I'm lucky that most of the series that I'm ready are still ongoing or if they're not I'm so behind I haven't gotten to the end yet! However, there are a few I'd love to see how they're doing!
2. Grace from Forever and a Day by Jill Shalvis - I loved Josh, the doctor with the world on his shoulders, but it was Grace I really connected to. I'd love to see more of her and learn more about her past. There were hints of things that I really wanted to be explored more.
3. Sophie, Josh, Reilly and even Tula from The Unpredictable Consequences of Love by Jill Mansell - I just finished this book a few weeks ago but I miss them!
4. June Anderson from Goodnight June by Sarah Jio - After the endings to end all endings in Goodnight June I'd love to see what June does. How does she go on from there?
5. Aidan and Maddie from Snow Angel Cove by RaeAnn Thayne - This was my favorite Christmas book I read in huge stack of Christmas books and it was primarily because of the characters. Okay, it was primarily because of Aidan but Maddie was good too. They were just such likable characters I really want to see how they're doing.
7. Evangeline and Gabriel Starke from City of Jasmine by Deanna Raybourn - This is a book that the feeling of the book really stayed with me. The characters were so glamorous and the situation was so bad. I'd love to see them wandering around Paris or London having happier adventures.
8. Bundle and Bill from The Seven Dials Mystery by Agatha Christie - I adore Bundle and Bill. There personalities work so well together and they just seem to have such fun. I'd love to see them a little older and see how they're doing.
9. Shawn and Brenna from Tears of the Moon by Nora Roberts - No real reason for wanting to revisit them other than I just loved them. Both characters, the setting, the friends to more romance - I just really enjoyed this book. And now I want to reread this book!
10. Esmee Hamilton by One Little Sin by Liz Carlyle - One Little Sin is one of my favorite historicals even though there is a bit of an ick factor (it does get resolved un-ickaly though). I loved Esmee. She was tough and fiercely protective of her little sister. She'd had a bad time of it but still maintained her sense of humor. I'd like to see how her life turns out.