The Romance Reader Book Tag!

Who doesn’t love a good tag post, and with it having been Valentine’s Day yesterday, I thought why not take the opportunity to celebrate the only way this (very single lol) book blogger can!

This tag started somewhere on BookTube (I think!) but I’m not sure by who. I did see the lovely Lili from Lili’s Blissful Pages do this tag which inspired me to do the same!


What age did you start reading romance novels?

Probably too young! When I’d completely rinsed my local bookshop’s YA section, I moved onto more adult authors who also wrote the paranormal romances that I’d come to love (I hit the Twilight phase hard!) which led me to Lynsay Sands, Nalini Singh and Kerrelyn Sparks.

If you could pick one hero to meet from your favourite romance novels who would it be and why?

It genuinely depends on what I’ve most recently read as to what my answer to this would be ๐Ÿ˜‚ However, there are a few heroes from Nalini Singh’s Psy/Changeling series that I always go back to – Nate, Hawk and Cooper are my favourites!

Who are your favourite romance authors and why?

Ooooh so many that I go back to! Obviously there’s the aforementioned three but also Sara Ney, Charlene Hartnady and Grace Goodwin.

What is a favourite romance novel to re-read?

It must sound like I only read these few authors but I’ve actually lately been contemplating a re-read of Kerrelyn Spark’s Love at Stake series or some Charlene Hartnady.

What book would you recommend to a non-romance reader?

You can find a bunch on the Kindle app (which is where I find a lot of mine) but it really depends what sort of romance they’re looking for! I’d recommend any of the author’s I’ve mentioned for fantasy/sci-fi romance and Sara Ney for contemporary/jock romance. Otherwise, for more literary stuff you could always go for Sally Rooney or my favourite cosy, yet hilarious romance, Boy Meets Girl by Meg Cabot.

Which is your favourite: contemporary, suspense, or historical and why?

I read a bit of all three, usually in rotation to switch things up a bit but I guess my favourite would be historical. If you try not to focus on how historically accurate they are you can find some really fun stories, especially since it gives the author the excuse of using all the good tropes!


Tagging: Emma, Larissa and Bree


What books would you have picked for these prompts? Would we have any of the same answers? Iโ€™d love to know! 

You can always find me over on Twitter if youโ€™d like to discuss this post (or any of the others) more or if youโ€™re just looking for some book chat! ๐Ÿ˜Œ

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