🌹The Summer Reader Book Tag!🌹

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Hey y’all… Happy Thursday!🌈

It’s been a good minute since I’ve done a Book Tag post! I looked around the blogosphere for a summer one and I found an older one that I think is still pretty fun…

The Summer Reader Book Tag!

I found this tag here:


Go check out this blog!😉

1. LEMONADE: Pick a book that started off bitter but got better.


Days of Blood & Starlight

(Daughter of Smoke & Bone #2)

I did a buddy read a few weeks ago on this book but I haven’t posted my review yet (Eeek….bad book blogger! I’ll do that soon, fingers crossed!) Anyway, the first half of this book was sooo bitter and well…unromantic! It did get a little better but I was disappointed.😬

2. GOLDEN SUN: pick a book that made you smile beyond compare.

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I Flipping Love You

(Shacking Up #3)

Excerpt from my review:

From the very beginning, I was smiling and snickering at the antics of Rian and Pierce. Well, mostly Rian, she was endearingly clumsy and I was immediately charmed by her personality. She was smart, loyal, sweet and almost shy at times, a virtual shark at others. Rian was struggling with the burden of her past, it definitely weighed her self esteem down but she was no pushover either.

3. TROPICAL FLOWERS: pick a book set in a foreign country.


The House in the Cerulean Sea

I’m not 100% sure but I think this takes place in or around London? (Pssst… My friends across the pond! Am I right??)

Excerpt from my review:

found myself on a roller coaster of emotions… laughing, or gaping in awe or swooning or mad as hell. It was GREAT, I love it when an author can pull so many feelings from me! I loved everything about this book, from the cover to the magical characters to the underlying message.

4. TREE SHADE: pick a book in which a mysterious or shady character was first introduced.

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A Court of Thorns and Roses

(A Court of Thorns and Roses #1)

Excerpt from my review:

Rhysand: SIGH…I’m a sucker for tall, dark and handsome and Rhys definitely fits that! Sometimes, things just aren’t what they seem and you gotta look beyond the obvious to find a true heart of gold! For me, Rhys is the ANTI-HERO OF THE YEAR!

5. BEACH SAND: pick a book that was grainy, and the plot barely developed.


Delicate Scars

I don’t have a whole bunch of books that fit this prompt…

Excerpt from my review:

I really felt like the characters could have been more consistent and a little less juvenile. I wanted Axel to be more ALPHA! Also, the timeline was a little bit choppy, it sometimes seemed out of order in places. Overall, I enjoyed the book I just felt it needed some extra editing!

6. GREEN GRASS: pick a character(s) that were full of life, making you smile.



(A Wicked Trilogy #1)

I recently DEVOURED this series! (But again, I haven’t reviewed it yet…) There’s a wacky “little” brownie in this book named Tink that just made me smile every time he spoke! Adored him!

7. WATERMELON: pick a book that had some juicy secrets.

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Six of Crows

(Six of Crows #1)

Oh…Kaz Brekker is bursting with all kinds of secrets! So juicy!😏

8. SUN HAT: pick a book that had a vast, big universe/setting.

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The Revelation of Light and Dark

(Chronicles of the Stone Veil #1)

Throughout the series, you’ll get to enjoy several different realms!

Excerpt from my review:

I’ve long been a huge fan of Sawyer Bennett and this is exactly why: she has the magical ability to write fascinating and intriguing characters that capture my imagination, no matter what genre she’s writing!

9. BBQ: pick a book in which a character was portrayed as a hunk.

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From Blood and Ash

(Blood and Ash #1)

I know I have 2 books here from Jennifer L. Armentrout but bear with me…I’m reading EVERYTHING from her right now as she’s become my new unicorn author! But geez…have you met Hawke? Seriously… Check him out..

Excerpt from book 1:

My interest could simply be because Hawke was…well, he was beautiful. It wasn’t often that could be said about a male, but I could think of no better word to describe him. He had dark, thick hair that curled at the nape of his neck and often fell forward, brushing equally dark brows. The planes and angles of his face made me yearn for some talent with a brush or a pen. His cheekbones were high and wide, nose surprisingly straight for a guard. Many of them had suffered at least one broken nose. His square jaw was firm, and his mouth well formed. The few times I’d seen him smile, the right side of his lip curved up, and a deep dimple appeared. If he had a matching one in his left cheek, I didn’t know.

But his eyes were by far his most captivating feature. They reminded me of cool honey, a striking color I’d never seen before…

10. SUMMER FUN: pass the tag on.

Have fun y’all… I challenge YOU to do book tag!😍

Have a fab day y’all!💜

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