I found this tag on A Little Haze Book Blog, and I figured it would be a fun tag to participate in!
Alright, here are the rules:
- Link back to the original creator, Becky @Blogs-Of-A-Bookaholic.
- Feel free to use any of the pancake graphics in your post, or create your own!
- Tag some people!
I love pancakes, so here goes nothin’…
Hands down, I’d say Wild Beauty.
Not only is the story reminiscent of a fairy tale, the writing is as lush and decadent as the flowers it centers around.
Sidenote: pancakes with lemon drizzle? Ooh, never tried that combo…I love most anything lemon-flavored, so…
I know I add this book in with most of my tags, but Finian from Aurora Rising definitely fits the bill.
Even at the most inopportune times (edit: mostly at inopportune times), Finian always has a sassy, snappy comeback that never fails to make me laugh out loud in the most serious of scenes.
I just can’t stop re-reading Carry On…
Though it’s a bit intense at times, I always come back to love story of Simon and Baz…and end up feeling all the feels as a result.
Whew…I really want to re-read A Monster Calls again at some point, but man…[prepares myself for an intense outpour of tears]
When I first read this, around two(ish) years ago, I just had to read it twice in a row. Nothing could take my mind off of it, and…yeah, I feel like I couldn’t read anything else for a few days. Gaaaaah, this one’s a killer…
If we’re talking about indulgent feels, I’d say Soul of Stars, the second installment in the Heart of Iron duology.
Soul of Stars was everything that I wanted in a sequel–the cast of characters retained their impeccable chemistry, the plot was just as heart-racing (and heart-wrenching), a certain in-credible plot twist (loud crying) and a perfectly satisfying ending.
Ooh…my first thought for this one is Art from Like a Love Story.
He’s got many year’s worth of pent-up (and…sometimes not so pent-up) anger, which coats his personality for most of the book; about 3/4 of the way through the book, we definitely get to explore deeper into him, as his relationships with some of the other characters begin to strengthen.
No doubt, The Pioneer.
This one had me constantly second-guessing what was going to happen next. The Pioneer is the kind of book where you think you have the plot figured out, but something makes the plot go topsy-turvy in seconds.
Alright, I hate to do this to you guys, but…I really…can’t…think of any…
All of the significant romances I can think of either a) worked out near-perfectly from the star or b) everybody loves, but I still kind of despise. Oops.
Hands down, This Time Will Be Different.
Not only is the main character Japanese-American, we’ve got a whole, backing cast of POC and LGBTQ+ characters, not to mention the deft tackling of several issues, almost all of them stemming from racism.
So, that just about wraps it up!
Have a lovely rest of your day, and if I don’t post tomorrow, have a happy Thanksgiving, if you celebrate that! 🙂