Sunday Book Club: Adorkable

June 25, 2017 Christian, Pepper Basham, Sunday Book Club 16

Recently, Pepper Basham talked about how her hero in the upcoming Charming the Troublemaker (November 2017) is ‘adorkable’.

Adorkable can mean:

  • silly in a cute way
  • adorably awkward
  • kinda nerdy but really endearing too

So that got me thinking about other ‘adorkable’ characters that I love. Like Eisley Barrett in another Pepper Basham novel, Just the Way You Are.

Aaaaand… now I’m drawing a blank on other adorkable BOOK characters. I can think of plenty of movie examples – basically anything Sandra Bullock is in, for starters. Cary Grant in “Arsenic and Old Lace”. But I’ve completely forgotten all the bookish adorkable people.

So help me out, please? Who are some other adorkable book characters you love?

P.S. – I love this shirt that Pepper Basham just got! Isn’t she ADORABLE?!?

Carrie

16 Responses to “Sunday Book Club: Adorkable”

  1. Sarah Monzon

    The hero in Karen Witemeyer’s new book is toooootally adorkable!!!!

  2. Annie JC @JustCommonly

    O o o! I love this! Adorkable…how about Izze AND Miles in Love, Lace and Minor Alterations by V.Joy Palmer and Millie from In Good Company by Jen Turano?!! Love my adorkable peeps!

  3. Katie Donovan

    I stumbled on one of the most adorkable characters ever quite by accident this week: Piper Cope from “Turtles in the Road” by Rhonda and Kaley Rhea. Seriously one of the sweetest, most hilarious contemporary Christian rom coms I have ever read. You really have to meet her!

  4. Pam K.

    I agree with Sarah. Amos Bledsoe in Karen Witemeyer’s Heart on the Line is adorkable. I’m currently reading this and finding it delightful.

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