Chocolate Book Tag

I’m really excited to do this because it’s a bit different from your normal ‘tags’! I was tagged by Simona from Sky's Book Corner, you can check out her answers here! Chocolate book tag? I know, I was confused at first too but the idea of this tag is to match books with certain types of chocolate which really did prove to be a challenge but it was a lot of fun so here we go…

1. Dark Chocolate: a book that covers a dark topic

I have chosen Me Before You by Jojo Moyes because it is a brilliantly written and engaging story. The topic is hard but the characters show such determination and have such strong believes that it is impossible not to love their story. I read it shortly after watching the fantastic and moving French film The Intouchables, that also deals with the topic of tetraplegia and living with dignity. And although they have very different endings I think that they are both a must. 

2. White Chocolate: your favourite light hearted/humorous read

This is a difficult one. But I will have to chose Can You Keep a Secret? by our Chick Lit queen Sophie Kinsella. I think it is probably the book (apart from HP) that I have read more times and every time, I laugh out loud. Funny, witty and heart-warming. 

3. Milk Chocolate: a book that has a lot of hype that you’re dying to read

Right now, I guess it will have to be Divergent by Veronica Roth. Everyone says wonders about it and with the movie in the theatres, everyone is going crazy about it. Although I have the Trilogy in my Kindle, I have been avoiding it because I know that once I start reading it I am going to be so hooked that I won't sleep until I finish the 3 books. So I am waiting for the perfect moment to start... 

4. Chocolate With a Caramel Centre: a book that made you feel all gooey in the middle whilst you were reading it

From Notting Hill with Love... Actually by Ali McNamara. I read it this year and it instantly became one of my all time favourite books. As a movie enthusiastic and Notting Hill fan, with all the movie scenes and the lovely love story (and one of the best endings of chick lit) this book is the perfect chocolate with a sweet caramel centre!

5. Wafer Free KitKat: name a book that has surprised you lately

The Guestbook by Holly Martin was a great surprise. Although I had read a lot of good things about it, I didn't expect it to be so original. Definitely one of a kind! 

6. Snickers: a book that you’re going nuts about

The fantastic Waiting For Prince Harry by the lovely Aven Ellis. Great book with such a lovely story. I fell head over heels for Harrison, the main male character. I can't wait to re-read it again. 

7. Hot Chocolate with Cream and Marshmallows: a book you would turn to for a comfort read

I have just realised that I have not included one of my favourite authors: Lindsey Kelk. I love her writing and her books are just like a conforting hot chocolate with Cream and Marshmallows. If I had to choose one, I guess I would go with the first one of the I Heart Series: I Heart New York because Angela already feels like family. But I think I have read all her books at least twice. I can't wait for her new book this summer!

8. Box of Chocolates: what series have you read that you feel has a wide variety and something for everyone?

I'll just say two words: HARRY POTTER. 

Now I think that most book blogger have already done this. But there are still some that even if they have been tagged before, they haven't done it yet (I think) so I tag:

Maryline M's Bookshelf

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