Crossover Bookish Couples


Hey, everyone! I’m Marta and I’m very sorry for not posting more frequently these past weeks, but I hope I’m back with inspiration and some posts that you hopefully will enjoy.

Today, we’re going to talk about crossover bookish couples, if you’re not familiar with the term crossover couples – it’s basically a pairing formed by two characters from different universes (different books, movies or video games).

I have some favourite crossover couples from different movies or tv shows due to the amazing fanvideo creators from Youtube, but I rarely see crossover bookish couples, so I thought I’d try to come up with a few of mine.

Let’s see what bookish characters I’d love to see together! Maybe you ship some of those as well and we can fangirl together.

Warning : you might get hungry and there are also lots of kissing pics, don’t say you haven’t been warned. 

1. Circe & Atalanta (Cirlanta)

(Circe by Madeline Miller & Outrun The Wind by Elizabeth Tammi)


Two of the most badasses women in Greek mythology. I ship it. I mean, they will probably bond over how awful men are, it’s inevitable. I love how Atalanta is a hero and Circe is a goddess that keeps in touch with her human side and they both struggle very much with patriarchy and their family’s expectations. They have lots in common, which is great for a relationship, right? When Atalanta’s father tells her that she has to marry someone, she organizes races against her suitors and she puts all of them to shame. Circe literary transforms men into pigs. They are both very #girlpower, alright? OTP goals.

+UWC (6)

2. Eelyn & Aragorn (Aralyn)

(Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young & Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien)


Vikings & Middle Earth? Sign me up for this crossover. I really think Eelyn would do so well in the fellowship considering what a badass fighter she is. Also, Lord of The Rings is in a desperate need of more girls and Eelyn would be an amazing addition. I think these two would be a very powerful couple, I see them as kind of angsty and not wanting to admit they like each other, but everything becoming very obvious whenever either of them is in danger and the other one is super concerned.

+UWC (6)

3. Damen & Patroclus (Dameclus)

(Captive Prince by C.S.Pacat & The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller)


I love Laurent and Achilles (at least Miller’s version), but I have to admit that they are both kind of problematic. On the other hand, Damen and Patroclus are both rays of sunlight, so why not put them together, right? I can imagine Damen being supportive of Patroclus and trying to make him more confident, but also making him blush constantly in public because Damen is an embarrassing boyfriend. And there would be lots of training involved and surprise kisses.

+UWC (6)

4. Evelyn & Nina (Nilyn)

(The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid & Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo)


These two would be such a power couple! I’m thinking that maybe Nina is an actress as well, I can totally see it since she’s so charming. They are both very confident, they are rooting for each other to have success in their careers, they always eat breakfast in bed together, which usually involves only sweets. Everyone is secretly terrified of them and their confidence. Bisexual icons together. I’m living for this ship, make it happen.

+UWC (6)

5. Hermione & Peeta (Hereeta)

(Harry Potter by J.K.Rowling & The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins)


Peeta baking for Hermione while she’s researching stuff, Peeta treating Hermione like the queen she is, Hermione listening to Peeta’s plans and them working together as a team. Everyone underestimating Peeta left and right, but Hermione knowing his full potential. Peeta giving Hermione the credit she deserves for being so brilliant. I’m soft for this ship.


Do you ship any of the couples I chose?

What are some crossover couples that you’d like?


35 thoughts on “Crossover Bookish Couples

    • Marta says:

      AHHHH, you should definitely read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo as it’s amazing and it got the whole Hollywood aspect that I’ve used in the aesthetic and it has an actual f/f romance. I’m glad I’m not the one who can see Nina as an actress! ❤

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    • Marta says:

      Thank you very much, Shannon! ❤
      Right?? Crossover ships are amazing and there's a lot of potential with them, though they are a bit painful since there isn't any canon material for them.
      I'm glad you liked my post! ❤

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  1. Trisha says:

    I’m not the biggest fan of Peeta, but I could see where him and Hermione would get a long, I could personally see them as great friends but I’m not so sure as a couple, but it’s something interesting to think about.

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  2. Beth (Reading Every Night) says:

    This is a brilliant post, and your aesthetics are so beautiful as well. I feel like when it comes to your bookish crossover couples I’ve read one book but not the other (I’ve read The Song of Achilles and Six of Crows but not Captive Prince or The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo) so I’ve got some I should probably add to my TBR list. 🙂
    Great post. 😀 ❤️

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    • Marta says:

      Thank you very much, Beth! ❤ I'm glad you liked the post and my aesthetics, I really enjoyed making them and thinking up the ships as it's a bit harder with books couples than with tv shows/movies as they aren't as visual, if that makes any sense. Hahaha, you really should read them, they are amazing books! ❤

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      • Beth (Reading Every Night) says:

        That’s all right, and yeah that does make sense. Just thinking about it quickly in my head I can think of a few TV crossover OTPs but it’s harder with books. Who knows why, and in that case I’ll have to add them to my TBR list. 🙂 ❤️


    • Marta says:

      I usually search “multicouples” or “multifemales/multimales” and there are lots of videos from many fandoms that you can watch. You can also search book multicouples, but these are a bit rare and usually involve very popular ships, but they are still lots of fun! ❤
      YAY, love those two ❤


  3. Marie says:

    Yes okay but YOUR AESTHETICS OH MY GOD I AM LIVING FOR THESE AESTHETICS???? They’re absolutely gorgeous, wow, especially in love with the peeta/hermione and the inej/evelyn ones, they look soooooooooooo good. Also, I am mostly drawn to these two ships here. Peeta and Hermione could make such an interesting couple and, even if I haven’t read Evelyn Hugo just yet, I don’t know, but I’m really feeling that ship, too. Maybe it’s the aesthetic hahaha.
    GREAT POST!! 😀

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    • Marta says:

      YAAAAY, so happy you liked my aesthetics, Marie!!! ❤
      This is so sweet coming from you since your aesthetics are so beautiful all the time.
      I'm so happy people like Hermione/Peeta so much, these were the last I've came up with and I was a bit unsure about it because I really love Katniss/Peeta and it's very weird to think about him with someone else, but these would be a very interesting alternative. Maybe my aesthetic will make you even more interested in The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo because you really NEED to read the book.
      Thank youuu! ❤

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      • Marie says:

        Ahhh what they are not, you’re way too sweet. Seriously you did such a great job with that post, I love it so, very much ❤
        I'm with you on that – I LOVE Katniss and Peeta SO much, but I think the pairing you picked there would work out really great, too 😀
        I KNOW I need to read the book, hopefully I will soon 😀 ❤


    • Marta says:

      YAAY, I’m so happy you liked my post, Aurora! It means a lot coming from you as your posts are very unique and lovely ❤😍
      Circe and Atalanta would be so amazing 😍


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