Vanilla Caramel Fudge - Pick a light and fluffy contemporary
Character, Driven by David Lubar is a funny yet poignant coming-of-age tale where the narrator, Cliff, leads his readers on a romp through the male psyche.
Mint Chocolate Cookie - A new release that you wish everybody would read
I loved The Passion of Dolssa by Jullie Berry even though I spent nearly an hour crying as I read its concluding pages. This book has everything that is wonderful about literature and makes the time spent reading worth it. This is my favorite YA read of 2016 so far.
Cherry Garcia - An ending that was bittersweet
The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton. Spoiler alert*
I can totally relate to the ending where Newland decides to go home rather than meet Madam Olenska again after thirty years of separation. We all have our memories of past loves and events associated with that person. Those memories are real to us. I, for one, am not sure if I want to have those memories wrecked by present realities. But readers who crave happy endings will find this finale frustrating.
Strawberry Shortcake - A book containing your One True Pairing of OTP's
Persuasion by Jane Austen
Anne and Captain Wentworth. They waited for each other for seven years!
Milk and Cookies - Two authors that if they collaborated, they would go perfectly together.
John Green and AS King
Boston Cream Pie - A book that had you turning the pages late at night
We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson. This is my current read. It has been a long time since I've read a book which has kept me up reading.
Chocolate Therapy - A book that makes you feel better after a long day of life
If I am having a rough time in my life I can always grab a poetry book and read a few poems to help me deal with my current circumstance. Roger Housden's books are all favorite poetry collections.