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The Valentine’s Day Book Tag

I saw Grace @ Rebel Mommy Book Blog do this and it looked fun!  This tag was created by CC's books!


 Stand Alone Book You Love

Dystopian Book You Love

A Book That You Love But No One Else Talks About

Favorite Book Couple

Olivia and Caleb from The Opportunist

Book That Other People Love But You Haven’t Gotten Around to Read 

A Book With Red On The Cover


A Book With Pink On The Cover


You were given a box of chocolate. What fictional boyfriend would have given them to you?


You are Single on Valentines Day. What Book would you read? What TV show would you watch? What Movie would you watch?

Read:

TV:

Movie:

You are in the Book Store. All of a Sudden you get shot with an arrow by Cupid. What New Release will you love?


Who are you going to tag?

Anyone who wants to do it! ♥♥♥ 

Comments

  1. I hope you will decide to pick I'll Meet You There someday soon. It is the best YA contemporary romance I have ever read.

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  2. Yay love seeing your answers for this one!! I still need to read I'll Meet You There too. Love your book, TV, and Movie answers!!

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    1. I was trying to pick strong women that were okay being single but hopefully I wasn't too harsh !

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  3. I've read some of these (To Kill a Rockstar is STILL one of my favorites years later...the angst!!) and have had 53 Letters for a while but haven't read it. I'd forgotten that I bought it until this post. I have I'll Meet You There on my TBR to read sometime before April, so I'm hoping I get there to meet whomever I'm meeting. lol This is such a fun post! I love that you reminded me of some books I've loved and some that I'd forgotten about and now remember why I wanted to read them.

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  4. Aww, this was really fun. xD I haven't heard of a lot of these books but I do so want to read I'll Meet You There! I have heard insanely good things about it. XDXD
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

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  5. Great tag! I haven't read any of these yet, but so many of them look great.

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  6. Yay! I just finished my tag too! I love that you chose Caleb and Olivia! I thought of them while doing it too. LOL. I'm glad to see you love Unleashing Mr. Darcy! I've had that one for so long now! I LOVE I'll Meet You There. I hope you can get to it!

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  7. I need to read 53 Letters! Of course I love Caleb and Olivia even though my heart aches over the time they wasted. I'll have to check out Unleashing Mr. Darcy. I'm a huge fan of Pride and Prejudice! I've watched so many versions, but my favorite will always be the A&E production with Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. Great post, Eva! :)

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    1. I love love love Unleashing Mr. Darcy, one of my favorite modern retellings EVER! And I could not agree with you more re: the Colin Firth/Jennifer Ehle version. It is EVERYTHING! I can't even watch the Keira Knightley one

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  8. I read The Opportunist a few years ago and LOVED it, great choice!!! I love all your choices, I've had Mud Vein on my TBR list for ages, I really need to read it one of these days as I've heard such good things about it :)

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    1. I know it gets mixed reviews even by those that love Love Me WIth Lies but I think it is amazing!! Thanks for stopping by!!

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  9. Okay, I am really curious about Gold Flame Circus. I loved I'll Meet You There you should make time to read it. Great tag!

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    1. Karen, it is SO beautiful. Kind of reminds me both of Emily St. John Mandel and Margaret Atwood. HIGHLY recommended! My review here

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  10. Oh man, I remember reading Bet Me ages ago! I think it was one of my first chick-lit, haha,
    And yes, Drew Baylor is so adorable! Unleashing Mr. Darcy looks cute!

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  11. You and Megan are the only one's I've heard talk about 53 Letters. It was recommended to me after I read After I Do, you think I would like it?
    Caleb and Olivia! And Drew! Yay!

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    1. It's really good -- kind of an Opportunist vibe since it takes forever for them to get together but I liked it so, so much!!

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  12. OH MY GOSH I haven't read any of these books. Actually I haven't even heard of most of them. Oops. But I really want to read I'll Meet You There! I read Something Real (by the same author) and LOVED it.

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  13. What a fun tag! I wish I would have seen this last week because it would have been fun to do for V-Day but I am waaay behind and I'm trying to catch up on blogs for the past 5-6 days. (My inbox is exploding with Bloglovin emails. Ack!) I'm going to sit by quietly tapping my foot until you read I'll Meet You There. Go ahead... I'm waiting. :) Love your pick for fictional boyfriend! Drew is such a sweetheart! <3

    Tanya @ Girl Plus Books

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