Happy Thanksgiving Book Tag

Happy Thanksgiving Book Tag

Happy Thanksgiving EVERYONE!! So since it is Thanksgiving I thought I would do this book tag that seems perfect!! Hope you all enjoy good food, family and friends and some fun football (and for those non Americans…that is American Football and not Soccer)!!

I found this book tag at Book Coma Book Blog so anyone is free to join in if you like!

1. Bread: What book is purely fluff, and has no real plot line?

Now I will say that this book is long and has hardly any plot other thank Ana goes to work, Ana eats dinner, Ana has sex with Christian hehe For many chapters nothing much really happens until the very end of the book. I mean its almost 600 Pages so this one was a disappointment but it made decent for a movie since the 600 pages hardly much happens except for the last 100 pages.

2. Turkey: What book made you want to fall asleep?

This was a DNF for me, the pacing was very slow and the writing in this one just didn’t hold much interest.

3. Gravy: What book makes the whole series worth reading?

This series is HUGE, so I can see why its daunting for those that haven’t read it. I mean there are close to 30 books. When I first read Dark Challenge, there were only 12 books in the series so it wasn’t so daunting and I kept up with the series. But this book is wonderful and I loved the narrator that did this one Juanita Parker, she really spins this book amazingly and makes you want to read every book in the series.

This is a HUGE book at 900 pages, but its such a great one!

I adore ADORE this book so much here and the minute you read this one, you want to read all four books! These are books you want on your shelves.

I think that Gentle Rogue is the BEST book to read to get into her Malory-Anderson Family books. The first two books in the series aren’t the easiest to read and probably won’t make you want to read the series but this book definitely will. I have two words FUN ANGST….has you laughing and wanting more. And many books in this series has become some of my all time favorites and this is the book that joins the Malory family to the Anderson clan.

4. Stuffing: What book is stuffed full of  DRAMA scenes?

This book is simply wonderful here!! I just love LOVE it so much and boy the DRAMA and ANGST is incredible and one of my favorites I have ever read.

Oh boy this book and really the whole series, definitely has its share of drama but this couple makes it worth it. They both have some painful pasts that causes the drama but once you see them face up to it and really build that emotional intimacy, it makes all the pain they cause each other worth it.

all I want to say about this book is that this book is a HOOT of a read! I adore everything about this book. But boy does it have drama. It started out as a governess with a theme of “Sound of Music” The hero is a military war hero and he has seven daughters. But it turns into something more because the heroine was a thief when she was younger and even though she has changed it causes some drama between them but boy was it FUN. 🙂

I love this whole series, but there is quite a bit of drama in this one, but its sensual and romantic and one of the best books that Maya Banks has ever written.

Mashed Potatoes: What book looked good, and then wasn’t?

I really thought that I would like this, and I listened to this one and I marked as a DNF. I think the narrator just didn’t work for me in this book. Someday I will pick up this series in print or ebook but not sure it will work for me even if the covers are gorgeous and boy I love the stepbacks done.

6. Cranberries: What book has the sweetest romance?

I had such a fun time with this book and its so sweet and endearing!!

7. Corn: What’s the corniest book you’ve ever read?

Now I do want to say I LOVE corny books, I have no issue with them at all because in reality life is CORNY. hehe But this book is funny, wild, and charming and yes probably the corniest book I have ever read.

8. Green beans: What book is too long and needs to be shortened?

I really enjoyed this book back when I read it many years ago, but I do remember it feeling too long at times. Even though this author is all about the historical authenticity I do feel like it was dragged a bit too much in detail than it needed to be.

9. Pumpkin/Sweet Potato Pie: What book did you read to get out of a reading slump?

I really love to read this book and really the whole series and 99 percent of the time it gets me out of a book slump so I have come to rely on it. And yes I own these books both in Paperback and Ebook hehe