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BOOK TAG: Valentine’s Day Book Tag

We found this tag on Ivy Reads the World, but if you know the original poster, please let us know!

1. Who was your First Book Crush?

BREE: Unfortunately, I’m pretty sure it was Cam Fisher from The Clique series.

TREE: Michael Moscovitz from The Princess Diaries.  

2. What book would you want as your Valentine?

BREE: Always Never Yours by Emily Wibberley & Austin Siegemund-Broka. I was absolutely won over by this book!

TREE: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, I loved this book so much.

3. Candy Hearts or Chocolate??

BREE: Chocolate, duh. But only if it’s dark.

TREE: Chocolate!

4. What Book would you gift your true love?

BREE: Uh, I don’t know about true love, but I gave my boyfriend Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat for Christmas (he really likes to cook).

TREE: It really depends who they turn out to be and what they like to read.

5. Favorite Rom-Com?

BREE: 27 Dresses, of course! I think it’s my most watched Rom-Com.

TREE: 10 Things I Hate About You!

6. What is  the best Valentine’s gift you ever received? (or would want to receive)

BREE: Uh, one time my then-boyfriend showed up at my dorm with a pizza and a guitar. I gotta say, that pizza was pretty good.

TREE: lol

7. What is your favorite (or least favorite) thing about Valentine’s day?

BREE: My favorite thing is access to all that candy. My least favorite is the commercialism of the holiday.

TREE: I won’t say my least favorite because I try not to be overly ~negative~ online. I guess my favorite is the all the candy.

xoxo, Bree & Tree

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