You all voted for your favorite of the top 8 couples…now we’ve narrowed it down to 4! Vote for your ‘ship’ to win, because when it’s all over, only one couple will be able to KISS AND TELL!
THE TOP 4! Voting lasts until Midnight on Friday the 13th, so get your votes in now, and use the hashtag #PLLKissandTell to share with your friends.
Lena & Alex, DELIRIUM
“‘Are you sure that being like everybody else will make you happy?’
‘I don’t know any other way.’
‘Let me show you.’
And then we’re kissing. Or at least, I think we’re kissing—I’ve only seen it done a couple of times, quick closed-mouth pecks at weddings or on formal occasions. But this isn’t like anything I’ve ever seen, or imagined, or even dreamed: this is like music or dancing but better than both.”
PLL Marketing Associate Tara says: I love this moment between Lena and Alex, and her curiosity over what a kiss actually is. What she’s experiencing is so good she isn’t even sure it is one!
Celaena & Chaol, CROWN OF MIDNIGHT
“‘There’s no way in hell I’m getting out of this bed and going for a run,’ he murmured onto her head. She chuckled quietly. His hands grazed lower, down her back, not even stumbling over the scar tissue. He’d kissed every scar on her back, on her entire body, last night.” – CROWN OF MIDNIGHT
PLL Marketing Associate Tara says: bow chikka wow wow! I love this afterglow moment between Celaena and Chaol– for a scene to be sexy it doesn’t necessarily need to be pretty. The detail of the scars add an interesting intensity and specificity to the scene that make it romantic.
Katniss & Peeta, THE HUNGER GAMES
“This is the first kiss that we’re both fully aware of. Neither of us hobbled by sickness or pain or simply unconscious. Our lips neither burning with fever or icy cold. This is the first kiss where I actually feel stirring inside my chest. Warm and curious. This is the first kiss that makes me want another.” – THE HUNGER GAMES
PLL Associate Editor Rhoda says: I love this scene because it’s tender. Curiosity is such a thrilling, confusing emotion–but it makes you open to things, which is why it’s so important. Because sometimes you don’t know until that very moment that kissing this person feels right, and that you want more…
Hazel & Augustus, THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
“As his parted lips met mine, I started to feel breathless in a new and fascinating way. The space around us evaporated, and for a weird moment I really liked my body; this cancer-ruined thing I’d spent years dragging around suddenly seemed worth the struggle…” – THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
PLL Editorial Fellow Alexa says: Hazel Grace perfectly captures the way a first kiss isn’t only about loving the other person (in her case the inimitably charming Augustus Waters), but also about learning to love yourself.