While I might not be the biggest fan of summer, I am a big fan of this tag. Yes, I understand how cheesy that was. Nevertheless, this tag is fantastic. It was created by the ever brilliant Tiffany @ ReadByTiffany! She was even kind enough to tag me and made the super cute graphics that go along with it!
This book takes place by the ocean, is about the ocean, and there’s even a wave on the cover!
I know this doesn’t specifically mean a romance book, but my mind jumps right to romance books haha. Nevertheless, this book is seriously firey in the best way.
I decided to get very literal with this question. This book is about a literal roadtrip. I know it says a journey, which is probably broader than a roadtrip, but I decided to be funny. Plus, I really enjoyed this book!
This book left me starstuck in that I did not see the ending coming at all. I’m honestly still floored by what happened.
This book pulled at something inside of me. It is also amazingly written and I just wanted to fly through it.
This book certainly has it’s heavy and sad parts. It’s about a girl who loses so much that means so much to her. But, the romance was so sweet. It wasn’t what I was expecting at all, but it works so well!
I’m taking this question literally too haha. I honestly felt like I was breathing in ocean air when I was reading it. The descriptions were so fleshed out and so lush.
Amalia goes through a lot emotionally in this book. There is definitely a focus on the emotional development and how it’s messy and not pretty sometimes. I really loved how it was done and I was able to connect with it so much.
I’m a super picky eater, so I went into this book not expecting to love the food descriptions as much as I did. They actually ended up being one of my favorite parts though!
I think one is more because I’ve heard the author talk about her writing so much. This book and this author really make me feel like I could get published and I could write books.
This was such a fun tag! Thank you again to Tiffany for creating it! I hope you enjoyed reading a more summery post.
Thank you for reading!