The New Disney Princess Book Tag

I’m so loving these tags! Each one of them is unique and titillating. So thank you so much Mia at Mia The Book Addict for nominating me

Rules:

  • Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you
  • Tag Zuky and Mandy so they can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world (Here are their links: Mandy & Zuky )
  • Play a game of tag at the end!

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SNOW WHITE – THIS BOOK (LIKE THE MOVIE) STARTED IT ALL

Favorite Debut Book From an Author 

Legally Yours (Spitfire, #1)

Legally Yours (Spitfire #1) by Nicole French

I read this book recently, a couple months ago and fell completely in love with Skylar and Brandon. Their love story is unconventional, modern and yet romantic.


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CINDERELLA – A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH

Just Like Cinderella, You Either Didn’t Expect Much Out of This Character in the Beginning But Turned Out to Be a Total Jem

Good Boy (WAGs, #1)

Good Boy (WAGs #2) by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

In “Us”, Blake had been an annoying party-pooper, always interrupting Wesmie’s moments, so before starting this book I knew I’d love the writing style but I had my reservations towards him. Now, he’s one of my top book boyfriends of all times.


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AURORA – SLEEPING BEAUTY

A Book That Makes You Sleepy or Just Could Not Hold Your Attention
Black Ice (Ice, #1)

Black Ice by Anne Stuart

I started it hoping for a thrilling, fast paced romance on the run. I ended up yawning my way through it and finding the ending anticlimatic.


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ARIEL – UNDER THE SEA

A Book With a Water/Ocean Setting

Loving Eden (Kissing Eden, #2)

Kissing Eden by TA Foster

The book is set on the isle of South Padre, which is almost like a secondary character. There are bonfires on the beach, romantic strolls on the shore and… well, the ocean.


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BELLE – BEAUTY AND THE BOOKS

Name a Book With the Best Bookworm/Book Lover

Royally Matched (Royally, #2)

Royally Matched by Emma Chase

The heroine is a book lover, librarian, with a cherished collection of first editions and my favorite romantic moment was when the H brought her a book after damaging it. Cutest gesture ever although I’d wanted to bash his skull in for ruining it in the first place.


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JASMINE – THE THIEF AND THE PRINCESS

Name Book with an Unlikely Love Story (Either in Terms of Romance or a Book You Didn’t Expect to Love So Much)

 This is War, Baby (War & Peace, #1)

This is War, Baby by Webster

An 18 years old girl and the genius clean freak guy who cluelessly bought her as company at a slaves’ auction. What. An. Unlikely. Pair. Yet I adored them! Plus, it was my first dark romance.


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POCAHONTAS – THE REAL LIFE PRINCESS

Name a Book that is Based on a Real Life Person You Want to Read/Have Read
Sex, Lies, and Handwriting by Michelle Dresbold

 Okay, so it’s not a biography. Yet the author, a graphologist, talks about some cases she was presented with. This book is instructive and spell-binding. I devoured it.


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MULAN – THE PRINCESS THAT SAVED HER COUNTRY

Name the Fiercest Heroine You Know
 Full Tilt (Full Tilt, #1)
Full Tilt by Emma Scott
Because what Kacey did is the most terrifying thing I could ever imagine a person doing.

 

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TIANA – THE PRINCESS WITH THE COOLEST AND MOST DIVERSE CREW

Name a diverse book whether it is a diverse set of characters (like Tiana’s group of Naveen, Louis, Ray, and more) or just diverse in general
 #Rev (GearShark, #2)
#Rev (Gearshark #2) by Cambria Hebert
Well, it’s MM. It’s supposed to be diverse, right? I’m not gonna go on and rave on how amazing it is because I’ve already said it so many times people are gonna come at my house with pitchforks.
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RAPUNZEL – LET YOUR LONGGGGGG HAIR DOWN

Name the Longest Book You’ve Ever Read
I’m sorry, I have no idea! I tried with the GR’s shelf setting thing, but it gives me weird results. Maybe Wolfsong… Maybe one of Ward’s…
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MERIDA – I DETERMINE MY OWN FATE

A Book Where There is No Love Story/Interest or Isn’t Needed

Applications of Geographical Offender Profiling

I only read romances so I had to dig into my college-related books. I used this for my thesis and it was really interesting, being composed also of many different articles regarding diverse facets of the topic besides the basic theory.

 

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ANNA/ELSA – FROZEN HEARTS

A Book in a Winter/Cold Setting
Storm by Carian Cole
The two MCs meet during a hail and get stuck together in the snow. It was my favorite part of the book!
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MOANA – HOW FAR I’LL GO

A Character That Goes on a Journey
 A is for Alpha Male (A is for Alpha Male #1)

A is For Alpha Male by Laurel Ulen Curtis

In this hilarious and upbeat rom-com a mother and a daughter go on a trip to find their perfect Kristen-Ashley-like alpha males, after writing a list of must-have qualities that had me cracking up. Super recommended if you need a pick-me-up.


The Tag is over. It’s too late here for me to tag all the amazing bloggers I know and think would like to do this, so I leave it open for whoever wants to join. Also, I’m sure the usual suspects already know they’re automatically tagged 😉

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6 thoughts on “The New Disney Princess Book Tag

  1. miathebookaddict says:

    OMG! How did I missed Blakey. Yeah he is a perfect match for Cinderella :)) I really think I should start reading ‘Royally’ series by Emma Chase. If ‘Royally Endowed’ is the last book, I won’t have to wait too long LOL! Also, I added Storm by Carian Cole and rest of the series to my never ending TBR 🙂

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    • taliaredhotink says:

      Yeah, I immediately thought of Blake because of that convo we had about not being sure how his character would turn out.
      About Storm, I have all the series on my TBR too. It’s been a while since I read it but I remember really enjoying the story telling. The thing is that, the blurb of the second book hinted at a lot of emotional damage and I find myself shying away from that kind of wreckage. Maybe I should just skip the second…

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      • miathebookaddict says:

        I just read the blurb of the first book and I usually add the rest of the series without reading the blurb because I know I won’t quit without finishing them all 🙂 But emotional damage I am not sure if I am in a mindset that I can read that right now. If her writing style really captures my attention, I will be a mess after reading it…

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  2. taliaredhotink says:

    I used to be like that, too, only starting series I knew I’d be able to finish. In the last few years, though, I’ve cut short so many series I cannot even count them. It doesn’t help that most of the ones I read are composed of standalones. But I understand how that could make you wary of starting something like this.
    I haven’t read book two, so maybe it’s not that emotional after all. It was just the blurb that put me off.

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