“Emma,” he said, reaching for her hand. “I will never, never give up on you.”It was a strange irony, she thought, a terrible irony that because she loved him so much and knew him so well, she knew exactly what she had to do to destroy everything he felt for her, in a single blow.
She pulled away from him and started back toward the house. “Yes,” she said. “You will.”
― Cassandra Clare, Lady Midnight
…And then my heart broke 💔
Good morning and happy (if that exists) Monday! 😉 I’ve seen this tag floating around and I like reading all the responses, so I thought it might be fun to give it a shot too! I like learning these little details about everyone, so I hope you like learning about mine 🙂
“I fear tomorrow will be even more difficult for you, Sir Clay. Do try to think of me when you can.”“Try, Princess?” He smirked, meeting her gaze again. “I can’t seem to think of much else.”
― Marissa Meyer, Winter
Winter and “Sir Clay” are my OTP forever in this series 💙
Good morning! ☕️
Today I wanted to talk a little about rereading books. So grab your tea or coffee and let’s talk books!
I thought it this some this morning while I was rereading sections of Ignite Me by Tahereh Mafi. It is book three in the Shatter Me trilogy.
Now, I’ve reread this trilogy twice since I originally read it a couple years ago. And while I was flipping through and finding my favorite romance moments to read again (something I do a lot with books 😂) I was wondering, what makes a book rereadable? Why do we revisit some books like old friends while others sit on the shelf after one read-through? I’m going to share my thoughts with you guys, and I’d love it if you’d share any thoughts you have in the comments! Or just make your own blog post about this topic so I can read it! 😊
What makes a book rereadable?
“You don’t think I can fight.” Tessa said, drawing back and matching his silvery gaze with her own. “Because I’m a girl.”
“I don’t think you can fight because you’re wearing a wedding dress,” said Jem. “For what it’s worth, I don’t think Will could fight in that dress either.”
“Perhaps not,” said Will, who had ears like a bat’s. “But I would make a radiant bride.”
― Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Princess
Earlier I saw the Alphabet book tag by @ohbookish and I decided I’d like to give it a shot! 🙂 It seems like a lot of fun! But also kind of hard…
So, the rules are simple! Name a book for each letter of the alphabet. The book has to be either one you own or one you have read. And then wait to see how long it takes you to do it… 😂
Okay, so I finished this book a couple weeks ago, two days after it came out (because yes, I bought it the day of its release at Costco so I didn’t have to wait for shipping if I pre-ordered 😂), but I haven’t written a review. The reason for that is, I always think writing reviews for more popular books isn’t in that high of a demand, because isn’t everyone else also writing a review? But, my last review for Shadow and Bone seemed popular, and I consider that a “popular” book too. So maybe I should rethink things. Or just post a review even if there are lots of reviews, because my views are important too! 😉 Right?