#LoveFEUDS Reaches The Final Four!

We’ve narrowed the field of YA couples from 64 to these four stunning, brave YA couples who have overcome tremendous odds. Are you a Lauren Oliver fan? Then you’ll have an extra tough decision today. Who will you be voting for Ultimate YA Couple?! 

The polls will be open until Monday at midnight, so make sure to vote (and get all your friends to vote too!). Feeling especially fold of the couple that you’re rooting for? Send us a tweet using #LoveFEUDS @paperlanternlit and tell us why!
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Sydney & Adrian, The Bloodlines Series vs. Elizabeth & Mr. Darcy, Pride & Prejudice

Sydney & Adrian, The Bloodlines Series: Your classic star-crossed lovers belong to two radically opposed factions of supernatural society. They break countless rules and disregard countless stigmas in an inspiring pursuit of love. –PLL Trendsetter Reut

Elizabeth & Mr. Darcy, Pride & Prejudice: Well this lovely couple had to overcome pride and prejudice. (Imagine that!) The differences between their social standings deterred their love for each other throughout most of the book. The pride they have in themselves and the prejudice their families have for each other trapped them in an endless cycle until they both put it all aside and realized that they were actually perfect for one another. –PLL Trendsetter Corrine

Kent & Sam, Before I Fall vs. Lena & Alex, Delirium

Kent & Sam, Before I Fall: Sam was a high school popular girl distracted by Mean Girls-esque drama: parties, popular boys, booze, and overall catty-ness. But when she “dies” in a car accident and is forced to relive her last days over and over, she realizes that the guy she should have been paying attention to all along was sweet and nerdy Kent. Their love proves that it’s never too late for second chances. –PLL Trendsetter Emily H.

Lena & Alex, Delirium: Okay obviously I think Lena and Alex have had the most to overcome considering love is illegal in their world. Love should literally be impossible for them thanks to a medical procedure, but they produce one of the truest and self sacrificing loves during their time together in Delirium. They’re my modern day Romeo and Juliet. –PLL Trendsetter Corinne


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