Welcome Spring! Oh, you have been missed! I absolutely love Spring and Texas has beautiful wild flowers. To honor the arrival of Spring, I’ve decided to do a book tag in connection to Spring Flowers. This is a time for happiness and a great time for a book tag!
Daffodil- A book about unrequited love
Unrequited love is hard to come by. In Me Before You by Jojo Moyes, Louisa and Will have this love. Although, it isn’t what you think. It’s not a googly eyed drooling kind of love, it’s a how much are you willing to sacrifice love. You can read more about my review here.
Foxglove- A book you pretended to like
Oh, one book I can understand the hype is Night Circus. It seems everyone is in love with that book. Anyways, if you ask me if I liked it, I’ll say “Ahh sure, yeah, you can say that.” I don’t know, if someone could explain to me their love, maybe I can understand.
Lilac- A book about a first love
I’m not sure if this one really counts but I chose Fates and Furies. This book explores the relationship between a married couple. It shows the different perspectives from couple and their definitions of what marriage is.
Hyacinth- A book with a sad ending
Never Let Me Go was a sad book in general. It was very thought provoking though but so sad. It’s one of the main reasons I didn’t enjoy the book.
Peony- A book that made
you feel embarrassed
Well, the book didn’t really embarrass me, I was worried what other people would think when they saw me reading Eragon. It’s a book you read in like, middle school. It’s one of my absolute favorites though. So, I read it no matter what everybody else thinks.
Tulip- A book with the most beautiful declaration of love
The most declaring love I can think of is to love one self. The perfect book that teaches to love yourself is, I Am That Girl. I loved this book and it helped me so much. I realized that to be successful and happy, you need to love yourself. Cheesy, but true.
Crocus- A book that made you laugh out loud
This one was difficult for me because I don’t really read books that are “humorous”, but the Harry Dresden Files has some laughable moments. This series is also another absolute favorite of mine.
Pansy- A book that challenged you to think about an important or heavy subject
I haven’t read it yet but I just ordered it tonight, it’s a book titled Unwind. It presents a very interesting alternative to abortion. I picked this book because it’s unordinary idea.
Daisy- A book about a strong female friendship
I picked The String Diaries for this one because it’s a novel based on what a mother will do to save her daughter. I loved this book and it was such a strong relationship between mother and daughter.
I had so much fun doing this book tag, and so I tag anyone else who wants to enjoy it! I originally found this book tag on Dreaming of Ink and Paper. It’s a beautiful blog!