Hello! I am a huge Taylor Swift fan, so I thought on the anniversary of Evermore (my favourite album of hers) being released, that I would finally get to the Evermore Book Tag. I have had this tag saved in my drafts since last December, so it is about time that I actually did it. I got this one from Ahaana @ Windows to Worlds.
willow – a book with a character you can’t help but fall in love with
The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary has two POVs that are both from characters that you can’t help falling in love with. They’re such great characters.
champagne problems – a book with a broken relationship
I’ve been reading a few second chance romances this year, so I feel like they start out with a broken relationship. Might be a little bit cheaty but oh well! I will go for Vivi and Rhys from The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling.
gold rush – a book you love with all your heart
I am always going to have a lot of love for City of Bones by Cassandra Clare – it really did introduce me to so much more where books are concerned.
‘tis the damn season – a book in which the character reconnects with their family/hometown
Charlie from The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox! My review should be up in a couple of days, so you’ll get to read my full thoughts soon. I loved this book though and it follows two twin sisters who swap places, and one of those twins (Charlie) finds herself back in her hometown and reconnecting with her surroundings.
tolerate it – a book with a suffering relationship
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid – I think there are quite a few relationships in this one that are suffering!
no body, no crime – a book about murder
It is a common thing in fantasy novels, but I think even more so in House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J Maas. It is kind of like a mystery and murder-solving novel as well as a fantasy novel!
happiness – a book that’s an old favourite, but you just can’t relate to anymore
I am discovering as I reread Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead that I loved this novel, but there are definitely some problematic things happening in the novels.
dorothea – a book featuring old (or strong) friendships
I am currently rereading A Court of Mist and Fury from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J Maas, and I think it is impossible to deny that there are some old and strong friendships in this novel.
coney island – a book that made you cry / completely destroyed you
I’ve cried at so many books this year – one of them being Lovely War by Julie Berry. That is such a beautiful and heartbreaking book.
ivy – a book that was an unexpected favourite
You and Me on Vacation by Emily Henry – I thought I would like it, but I was not expecting to love it so much!
cowboy like me – a book about thieves or criminals
The first one that came to mind was Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo and I don’t think I can think up another one that answers this one so perfectly.
long story short – a book that made up your childhood
I think I have spoken a lot about this before, but the Brother’s Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson stories will always be the first to come to mind when I think about my childhood.
marjorie – a book with a moving message
I am going to put the Lovely War by Julie Berry again because it is such a beautiful story.
closure – a series in which you need the next book
I don’t know if this counts, but ever since I heard that there was going to be a spinoff series to The Brown Sisters trilogy by Talia Hibbert, I have been waiting for it!
evermore – the perfect conclusion to an extremely long (but worth it) series
I really loved the conclusion to the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas, Kingdom of Ash. I thought it was such a great finale.
That was a great tag. I am now going to turn off All Too Well (Ten Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version) and play Evermore for the millionth time!