Hello! Lori tagged me for the Evermore book tag a while ago, which I was so happy about, because I love Evermore (Taylor Swift’s newest album), and the tag looked so fun. However, when I started working on the tag I got slightly mixed up, and accidentally did the Evermore book tag that the wonderful Ruby did a while ago, that I confused with the one that I was tagged in.
Because I did all of the prompts before realizing I had the wrong tag, I’m going to just stick with the tag that Ruby did! So, thank you so much Lori for the tag, and thank you to Ruby for the amazing post that gave me all of these prompts. I loved these prompts, so I’m going to get right into the tag from here, and not dwell any longer on my little mix up!!
- Link to the original creator and her post: Rhi from marshmallow harmonies
- Tag at least 3 people.
- Declare the rules and list of prompts in your post (copy paste is fine!)
- Thank whoever who tagged you and link to their post.
- Pingback to original post so they’re all in one place to read ❤
I was very much rooting for Ryann and Alexandra from The Weight of the Stars. Their entire story is so heartbreakingly beautiful, and I was so invested in the story by the end!! Their romance is one of my favorites, and I really loved it.
I don’t usually hate relationships in books, but one I despised was Clary and Jace from The Mortal Instruments Series, by Cassandra Clare. I only made it through part of the second book, but even that much of their story was just awful to read. I don’t want to spoil it, but I really hated their relationship.
I first read The Gilded Wolves, by Roshani Chokshi a while ago, but it’s stayed one of my very favorite books for years. Everything about the book is so amazing and beautiful, and I just really fell in love with it. I’m actually rereading second book right now, to prepare for reading the third book! The third and final book in the trilogy comes out in September, but I was incredibly lucky and won a goodreads giveaway for it, so I’ll be most likely reading it by the end of the month!
Hani and Ishu’s Guide to Fake Dating, by Adiba Jaigirdar is an amazing book, and is very much about fake dating. Its a sapphic YA contemporary romance about two girls who fake date for different reasons. It’s a really amazing book, and one that I definitely recommend especially if you’re a fan of the fake dating trope!
One underrated book I love is Ordinary Girls, by Blair Thornburgh. It’s a YA contemporary with amazing sisters, a cute romance, and talks about mental health (and on supporting a sibling who has struggled with their mental health.)
I have to put Rule of Wolves, by Leigh Bardugo for this one. It’s the ending of the King of Scars duology, but I also felt like it really was satisfying considering there were six novels set in the same world coming before it, with a lot of the same characters. It was really amazing to read, and I think that Leigh Bardugo did a fantastic job with the ending.
A character I identify with is Suzette, from Little and Lion. I don’t really want to elaborate a ton, but there is a lot about her story that I really connected to, and it was really amazing for me to read her story.
We Can’t Keep Meeting Like This, by Rachel Lynn Solomon is a romance, but I love the relationship the main character has with her best friend, Julia, so much!! It’s central to the plot, and is so well written and explored in the novel.
The Priory of the Orange Tree, by Samantha Shannon has absolutely gorgeous writing! The writing is so atmospheric, and is so well tailored to the story itself that it makes the experience of reading the book even more incredible.
In How We Fall Apart, the characters are all forced to make very difficult decisions. It’s a high stakes novel, and the lives and futures of all of the main characters are on the line in the book; It’s very interesting to see what each character does under the pressure, and how they react to everything.