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ROMANCE WEEK DAY SEVEN: The Red Book Tag

In celebration of Valentine’s Day and our Romance Week posts we had to include Taylor Swift in some way! So we decided to do THE RED BOOK TAG even though Red is Taylor’s “only true breakup album”, but hey, the highs were high and the lows were low.

Anywho. We were tagged by Whispering Stories’ (Thank you!!), check out her post here. The original post can be found on Nashita @BooksandBrownies‘s page.


Rules:

  • Link Back to original post Nashita @BooksandBrownies
  • Thank the person who tagged you and link their post
  • Tag 4 people because 1+3 = 4
    (Taylor’s number is 13 and hence )

1. Red – A Red book that you love with a burning passion

Bree: One of my all-time favorite reads is the The Folk of the Air series by Holly Black!! It won me over so unexpectedly and so fiercely that I’ve somehow managed to read each book 5 times, since 2019!!

Tree: Daisy Jones & the Six is probably the book that gets me the most in my feels.

2. I Knew You Were Trouble – A book you knew would cause you emotional trauma

Bree: So going into Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare, I knew there was going to be pain. Only because it would be lingering agony leftover from the surprise emotional trauma Lord of Shadows!! *cries*

Tree: I have been reading almost exclusively happy books for the past two years, but in 2018 I knew Queen of Air and Darkness that it was going to be painful. I don’t remember much from this book, but I did cry a few times.

3. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together – A book you’ve cut ties with

Bree: The whole vibe of The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires just didn’t do it for me. It actually fulfilled every one of my hopes in opposite measures…

Tree: I don’t have a specific book in mind, but I’m sure a lot of books I read as a teen don’t hold up.

4. I Almost do – A Book you know is trash, but you love it anyway

Bree: I’m a trash monster. I love everything.

Tree: If you love it, it’s not trash.

5. All Too Well – A Book you remember everything about

Bree: I’m pretty sure I internalized every detail about the Percy Jackson series at a young age and then just made it a core tenant of my personality.

Tree: I am terrible with remembering specific plot points of books, but I have read Daisy Jones & the Six at least five times (I think) so I would say I remember most of what happens in this book. And yes I have already mentioned this book in this post, but you know, it fits very well for both.

6. Begin Again – A book that got you out of a slump

Bree: The last bad, memorable book slump I fell into was in was back in 2019, after I read Lord of Shadows and was emotionally decimated for two whole weeks. The book/series that eventually got me out of it was Truly Devious by Maureen Johnson! Nothing like a good mystery to intrigue a girl.

Tree: I am the most dramatic person reader and if I don’t like a few books in a row I’m immediately, like I’M IN A SLUMP I WILL NEVER ENJOY ANOTHER BOOK AGAIN. And then a book will come along and completely suck me in. Most recently this was A Lot Like Adiós by Alexis Daria which is a estranged friends to lovers romance that I really enjoyed.

7. Everything has Changed – A book you knew you would love at the first sight

Bree: Maybe it was less first sight, and more first listen, but A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson is an absolute masterpiece! It has everything I love. An Intriguing plot, charismatic characters, a stunning cover, and top tier audiobook production quality! Read my full review here.

Tree: I am literally a broken record, but The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood. See my review here.


Thanks for reading! We didn’t tag anyone, but any Swifties out there feel to tag us when you eventually do it!

xoxo, Bree & Tree

2 thoughts on “ROMANCE WEEK DAY SEVEN: The Red Book Tag”

  1. Aaah I loved your answers guys! I too knew I’d love AGGGTM at first sight, and I know I would probably love The Love Hypothesis as well, but I haven’t gotten around to reading it yet😅
    I also wanna read Daisy Jones so bad! It’s premise is so interesting, and I have just seen great reviews for it!

    Awesome post, and thank you for doing the tag!

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