I don’t do a lot of tags, but this sounded like fun. And as I want to do more, why not start with this one?
1 Find a book for each of your initials
M: Midnight Blue by L.J. Shen. This was the first book I read by L.J. Shen and I really liked it. I still need to review this one. I should do this soon.
B: Bad, Bad, Bluebloods by C.M Stunich. I don’t think I have this review in English. You could check though. It’s part 2 in the Rich Boys of Burberry Prep series. A reverse harem I thorougly enjoyed.
T: Thoughtful by S.C. Stephens. Thoughtless from Kellans point of view. This is an older review so not in English either. Kellan will always be my number 1 bookboyfriend. He’s the one who started it all. Writing Structure, Publishing my books in Dutch and the book that started my love for NA and Romance.
2 Count your age along with your bookshelf: What book is it?
Due to our remodeling of the house, I don’t have a big bookcase. I just have my RARE books at home and a couple books I bought while remodeling. So I got to The Bad Ones by Stylo Fantome. A book I have yet to review, but it’s a good one.
3 Pick a book set in your city/country
I’m kinda cheating and you can’t read this book. It’s the series I wrote myself in Dutch. Because there aren’t a lot of romance books set in the Netherlands. This one is set in Eindhoven.
4 Pick a book that represents a destination you want to travel to
I choose Bittersweet by Sarina Bowen. It’s actually the whole series of True North, because I would love to go to Vermont some day. Maybe one of you can tell me in the comments how Vermont is in Real Life.
5 Pick a book that has your favorite color on the cover
I choose Stay by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy. It’s the second book in the WAGS series. I love the black and the red letters. They’re my favorite colors and I don’t care if black isn’t a color to you. It is to me. *sticks out tongue*
6 Which book do you have the fondest memories of
I don’t know if this exactly counts as fondest, but when I was 15 I read the Rice Mother by Rani Manicka. It’s a family history set in Indonesia and everything that happened stuck with me. I was so impressed by it, I still count it as one of my favorite books.
7 Which book did you have the most difficult reading
Lord Of The Rings by J.R.R Tolkien. The first 100 pages went so slow and I really didn’t like them. And then I just gave up. I loved the film, but the books just aren’t my thing.
8 Which book in your TBR pile will give you the biggest accomplishment when you finish it?
This one is really hard for me, because I don’t keep TBR’s. I just have a lot of books and see what I like to read haha. So I’m not answering this. Sorry.
So this was the tag. I really liked it. It was simple to do. I’m asking Annabel from Het leven van een boekenworm and Liz from Pluizenbol to fill it in as well. If you’d like to, you can. Please let me know your answers in the comments! I would love to know.