I saw the romance tag on Books Are The New Black Blog. I am a massive romance fan. Which, I’m sure is clear considering how many reviews I have done for contemporary adult romances. It is absolutely ridiculous but they make me so happy. I couldn’t find this original tag, but if you know where it is put it in the comments and I’ll make sure to add it here!
Let’s just get started! I haven’t tagged anyone in this since I don’t know who actually reads romance books or not…oops? I’m so dang behind on blogging. If you want to do this tag, please do! ♡
WHAT AGE DID YOU START TO READ ROMANCE NOVELS?
I read my first romance book when I was 11 I think. However, I thought it was the most scandalous things and didn’t start reading romance again until I was 16 – where I still saw it as a guilty pleasure that made me nervous.
♡ IF YOU COULD PICK ONE HERO TO MEET FROM YOUR FAVORITE ROMANCE NOVELS, WHO WOULD IT BE AND WHY? ♡
I’ll pick someone from a romance book I read recently. Noah from The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren – review coming soon – because I adored his family. I was iffy on him during some parts of the romance novel but I loved his humour.
Let’s Get Textual by Teagan Hunter also had an amazing nerdy hero named Zach. He bloody had a baby goat, how amazing? I think that is the only thing that matters in my reasons as to why I would pick him.
♡ WHO ARE YOUR FAVORITE ROMANCE AUTHORS AND WHY? ♡
I may as well just make a list for this one. I don’t have ‘why’s’. My why is that they are all absolutely incredible and their romance novels make me mushy goo.
- Talia Hibbert
- Alyssa Cole
- Alisha Rai
- Christina Lauren
- Nicola Davidson
- Tessa Dare
- Helen Hoang
♡ WHAT IS A FAVORITE ROMANCE NOVEL TO RE-READ? ♡
I used to be big on re-reading and I think the romance book I’ve read the most is The Hating Game by Sally Thorne. However, after reading her newest novel 99 Percent Mine (review) I am simply not a fan of the author anymore.
♡ WHAT BOOK WOULD YOU RECOMMEND TO A NON-ROMANCE READER? ♡
It depends on how the person will go into the book. Are they someone who is just going to call it mummy porn? I can’t deal with that. I only recommend based on a readers taste and if they don’t like romance I am just way too exhausted to even think of recommending one to them.
♡ WHICH IS YOUR FAVORITE: CONTEMPORARY, SUSPENSE, HISTORICAL AND WHY? ♡
I definitely prefer contemporary. I love real life settings and love when I can understand references. Historical fiction tends to make me mad often due to the sexism that usually takes place. Suspense is always enjoyable, I love being kept on the edge of my seat and anxiously waiting on what the end is.