enemies to lovers — a book you formerly hated/disliked but now love
This is a difficult question because I honestly don’t think that this has ever happened to me. Maybe that is because I am not much of a rereader! I will say that there is potential for my feelings about Frankenstein to change for two reasons. One, I read it in high school for a philosophy class that I despised and two, I love retellings of Frankenstein. One day, I will reread this and we will find out!
second chance — a book you previously did not finish but now adore
I attempted to read The Golem and the Jinni a few times over the years before finally getting through it earlier this year, and I absolutely adored it. It is now one of my favourite books of all time, but I do think it is a book you have to be in the mood to read.
love triangle — a duology where you love both the books
I will never miss an opportunity to talk about Raybearer and Redemptor. It is my favourite duology of all time, but I do need more from this world!
friends to lovers — a book recommended to you that you enjoyed
I get recommendations from fellow bloggers every single day, so there are many books that I could have chosen for this question. I recently read The Undertaking of Hart and Mercy after seeing so much praise for it and, though it took me a minute to get into, I ended up loving it!
insta-love — a book you knew you would love (at first sight!)
I am drawn to multi-generational family sagas, so I always knew that Pachinko would become a favourite. That is why I put it off for as long as I did!
the chosen one — your all-time favourite (of the year/month)
A Prayer for the Crown-Shy was my favourite book of August, which is no surprise considering how much I loved the first book! Lakelore by Anna-Marie McLemore was a close second.
forbidden love — a loved book you don’t talk about often
I read The Wonder before I started blogging, so it is not a book I think to bring up very often, but it is one that I loved and still think about!
secret billionaire — a book you read and enjoyed before you knew it was popular
I read The Song of Achilles when it was starting to get some buzz, but it was nothing like it is now!
found family — your most cherished books!
I could never part with my Pride and Prejudice collection!
forced proximity — a required-reading book you read and enjoyed
I had to read Tuesdays With Morrie in high school, but it was actually a reread for me at the time. I consider this book to be one of the reasons that I fell in love with reading!