It’s getting closer and closer to the holidays! Can you believe it’s already December the 16th?! Shops are playing Christmas music, cafes are serving holiday drinks, Christmas trees and lights and decorations are sprouting up across the city. I am
kind of not really done my holiday shopping but……. it’ll all work out in the end right??!
Anyway, in the spirit of the holidays, I am doing this Holiday Drinks Book Tag!! Thank you to Norees from No Reads Too Great for this fun tag!!
- Check out the original post at Browsing for Books
- Link back to this post so I can see all your amazing answers
- Have fun
- Get a holiday drink to sip while writing!
HOT CHOCOLATE | MARSHMALLOWS AND CHOCOLATE AND WHIPPED CREAM, OH MY! Recommend a book that’s sweet through and through.
Red White & Royal Blue was such a sweet and fun book!! REALLY loved the sizzling chemistry between Alex and the Prince of England hahaha.
PEPPERMINT MOCHA | THE FLAVOR OF PEPPERMINT IS STRONG AND DISTINCT. Recommend a book with a lot of strong emotions.
American Panda was also a close competitor for Question #1 however I thought this was a bit more of an emotional book compared to Red White and Royal Blue. I loved how this book spoke to me on so many levels and reminded me of home.
APPLE CIDER | IT’S SO GOOD IT CAN’T BE GOOD FOR YOU, BUT IT’S FROM APPLES—THAT MEANS IT’S HEALTHY, RIGHT? Recommend a book full of characters with questionable morals.
Umm even though I read this book a while ago, Vicious was definitely the first thought that came to mind with the mention of “questionable morals.” I loved how both Victor and Eli were morally grey in this book.
EGGNOG | IT’S CREAMY AND SMOOTH, WITH A LITTLE SPICE, AND SOME PEOPLE EVEN ADD ALCOHOL TO IT. Recommend a book that’s mostly fun, with just a hint of danger.
Lintang and the Pirate Queen definitely fits the criteria of fun and dangerous- after all it is about a girl who goes on an adventure on a pirate ship! I really love the sense of mystery and suspense in this book!
GINGERBREAD LATTE | A DRINK WITH A VERITABLE EXPLOSION OF SPICES. Recommend a book with a lot of action.
I just very recently re-read Cinder– and even loved it more than the first time I read this book! Of course, being a forgetful reader I didn’t remember a thing about the plot points from the first time I read the book haha. I couldn’t stop flipping the pages until the very end 🙂