I came across this adorable book tag over on Paper Fury all about cake and books, originally from #bookstagram at #cakeflavoredbooks. I knew I had to do it - who doesn't love cake?
Chocolate cake: a dark book you absolutely love. I don't know that I read a ton of "dark" books, but I enjoyed this Little Mermaid retelling that didn't shy away from the gritty and emotional.
Vanilla cake: a light read. This whole series is just light and fun and perfect for beach reading!
Red velvet: a book that gave you mixed emotions. There were things I liked about this story, but it was hard to get over the unethical romance at the center of the book and the cheesy ending.
Cheescake: a book you would recommend to anyone. I just love this book - it has beautiful writing, great characters, and MAGIC!
Coffee cake: a book you started but never finished. This is just one of my recent DNFs. I couldn't get past the ridiculous drama and pedestrian writing.
Carrot cake: a book with great writing. This book is so beautifully written, you'll forget you're reading an end-of-the-world story.
Tiramisu: a book that left you wanting more. I thought this book was super-cute and had a good message, but I thought the author missed a lot of opportunities to flesh out the story.
Cupcakes: a series with 4+ books. There are a few long series that I make sure to keep up with, and Outlander is one of them. Long books, but really worth the time!
Fruit cake: a book that wasn't what you anticipated. I love wartime novels, but this novel was so different from what I was expecting after reading the synopsis, and unfortunately I was disappointed.
Consider yourself tagged if you'd like to do this one!