I was (kind of) tagged by Sara @ The Bibliophagist to this tag few years ago. I started doing this back in February but this tag was so long I just left it on drafts but here I am with it finally.
I was obsessed by those Charmed books as a kid that are based on the TV show and honestly I can’t remember anything about them anymore.
I think the worst book I read this summer was Mark of Athena by Rick Riordan. I just was bored most of this reread.
I hate the world perfect because really what relationship is perfect but I’m going to go with The Bride Test by Helen Hoang. It has been awhile since I read this book but I remember really enjoying this couple.
Dark In You series by Suzanne Wright. I just can’t get over how much I love Harper. She doesn’t need a man to keep herself safe.
Alec Lightwood from Shadowhunter Chronicles by Cassandra Clare. He has just gone a long way from his attitude towards Clary and life itself in City of Bones to becoming who he is now.
Freed by E.L James. I just love this series even after all these years and I’m always satisfied with the ending. I loved it even more in Christian’s POV. I’m so happy we got to see more wedding stuff.
I never got into Harry Potter books so I really loved the worlds Rick Riordan does with his books and I found the mythology so interesting.
I don’t think I’ll ever be over the ending of Tales from The Shadowhunter Academy by Cassandra Clare.
Ice Planet Barbarians by Ruby Dixon. Ice Planet takes a huge part of this story. Humans trying to survive the coldness etc.
I don’t remember a lot of books that made me cry but Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare really did.
I can’t really name one at the moment but there must be ones in Alexa Riley and Fiona Davenport books.
Moffy and Farrow from Like Us series by Krista and Becca Ritchie. I only like their books in the series and don’t plan to continue the series.
Harbringer series by Jennifer L. Armentrout gave Zayne a second chance at love after his heart was broken in The Dark Elements series.
This changes all the time but since next question is favorite friends to lovers then maybe at the moment I have lots of love for JLA books, so I’m going with underhyped book in my opinion aka Lux by Jennifer L. Armentrout.
I have the same answer as Sara! I usually dislike this trope but I love love love Addicted series by Krista and Becca Ritchie.
It has been at least four years but I think Simon vs. Homo Sapiens Agenda had a good message.
- Anyone who wants to do this tag