The Classics Book Tag

Did I find another tag that I really wanted to do? Of course I did.

Have I read had as much as I wanted / intended to read during my week off? That would be a no. Visiting home and spending time with family that I hardly see is great. I get to see everyone and catch up which is amazing. However, my reading time just disappears.

So instead of a review (which I do intended to write as soon as I finish a book) a tag will have to do.  Maybe at some point over the next few days I will have finished The Summer Garden by Paullina Simons! This is doubtful and I’m only on the second chapter and I’m sure the book is over 700 pages long.

While scanning through old blog posts regarding classics I stumbled across It’s a Books World‘s blog. Check out the original post. It’s a shame that she no longer run the blog!

The Classics Book Tag!

1. An overhyped classic you really didn’t like:

This is an easy one! Ulysses by James Joyce. This is one of the worst books I have ever read. Grated I was forced to read it for my Masters a few years back and I can confirm that the 12 weeks Ulysses course we had to complete was the worst semester at university ever.

To be honest anything by James Joyce is not for me.

2. Favourite time period to read about:

I don’t think I have favourite time period. I love history too much to pick. It really does depend on my mood at the time.


3. Favourite fairy-tale:

How can you pick just one? I am partial to a Beauty and the Beast re-telling though!


4. Which classic have you not read yet that you’re embarrassed to admit to?

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.  I have just never got around to picking it up and I find this really embarrassing.


5. Top 5 classics you would like to read soon?:

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy

East of Eden by John Steinbeck

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

6. Favorite modern book/series based on a classic:

I haven’t read many classic retellings unless we go down the fairytale route. I did enjoy Uprooted by Naomi Novik.

Although, there are a few modern twists on classics that I want to read too including:

Winters by Lisa Gabriele – This is a Rebecca retelling. Rebecca was originally written by Daphne du Maurier.

The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White. Most people will gather that this relates to Mart Shelley’s masterpiece Frankenstein.


7. Favorite movie version/tv-series based on a classic:

There are way too many for me to go through! Way too many.

Pride and Prejudice (1995)

Pride and Prejudice (2005)

Tess of the D’urbervilles (2008) I cannot locate a trailer

Testament of Youth



8. Worst classic to movie adaptation: 

The Alice in Wonderland adaptation that came out in 2010 with Johnny Depp. It is one of the worst films I have ever seen.


9. Favorite edition(s) you’d like to collect more classics from:

The penguin clothbound classics. I have dreamt about owning all of them. I just don’t think it will happen.



10. An underhyped classic you’d recommend to everyone:

I really really enjoyed Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen and you cannot forget Anne Brontë’s The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.


11. What is your favorite classic of all time? 

Of course this could change at any point but from when I first read Tess of the D’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy when I was 17 it has had a special place in my heart!


Your turn…


Who doesn’t love a good classic?


Lucy xx



Book Reader Problems Tag Post

I am determined to make the most of my week off before I start my new job next week. So I am hoping to post at least one post a day.

For today’s blog I have come across a tag that I fancied doing.

I found this on Booklovingnut‘s page. Have a look at their blog!!

This is the Book Reader Problems Tag

So here we go:

1. You have 20,000 books in your TBR, how in the world do you decide what to read next?

I tend to pick up the book that I fancy at that particular time. If I am not in the mood for it I tend to struggle with it.

Saying that I also I have book jar. I intend to read at least one book from the jar a month. However, it is important for me to state that this does depend on my monthly plans. The books included in my jar range from classics that I just haven’t gotten to, to new releases.

2. You’re halfway through a book and you’re just not loving it. Do you put it down or are you committed?

I have a theory. Time is too precious to waste (Yes. I know it’s not specifically mine but it is a good one to live by).  Why should I read a book that I am not enjoying? I believe that time should be spent reading the books you enjoy. You never know they might end up on your favourites list in the end and you won’t regret it at the end.

3. The end of the year is coming and you’re behind on your reading challenge, do you try to catch up? And if so, how?

It doesn’t phase me if I have not reached my target goal by the end of the year. Anything could have happened to take your reading time away from you. Take last year for example. I lost two members of my family in a short space of time. I didn’t have the time to read. With travelling between home 1 and home number 2 and work full time in between I had no time to myself. What little time I did have honestly, I didn’t want to read. How can you expect a person to complete something like this when there are genuinely more important things going on in their lives?

4. The covers of a series you love do not match, how do you cope?

This one is super easy to answer. I don’t!  I recently persuaded my mum to read a series so that I could switch the books over before she started reading them just so my series matches. The perks of having family in a different city. I suppose. You can’t really lend and borrow books.

5. Everyone and their mother loves a book that you do not. Who do you bond with over your shared feelings?

I don’t tend to bond with people. Is this weird? I appreciate everyone has different options and I respect those that others may have even if I don’t agree. I love it when others think differently as it starts so many conversations and debates.

6. You’re reading a book in public and you’re about to start crying. How do you deal?

I’ve been on the metro on my way to work when this has happened so many times. I tend to stop reading and call someone to distract me. I usually ring my sister. We can chat for a while once we get started so it is easy to avoid crying in public.

7. The sequel to a book you loved just came out but you’ve forgotten a lot of what happens. Are you going to reread it?

It depends on how much time I have spare. Most of the time I don’t have a minute to myself so I’ll read reviews and synopsis’ online to recap.

8. You do not want anyone to borrow your books, how do you politely say no when someone asks?

I live too far away for my family to borrow books and I live with my husband to be so I have nothing to worry about there as he doesn’t read (as irritating as this is). If friends ask to borrow my books I tend to refer them to the used section on Amazon as it’s cheap. I don’t lend my books out to many people. There has to be a strong trusting relationship before I would maybe consider it.

9. You have picked up and put down 5 books in the last month. How do you get over this reading slump?

This depends on how bad the slump is or what has caused it. Recently, I have started asking for recommendations from others. I will ask them to tell me their most recent 5 star read to see what all of the fuss is about. 

Moreover, romance or contemporary are great genres for me to go to when I’m in a slump as they can be quick and easy to read.

10. There are so many books coming out that you are dying to read, how many do you end up buying?

It depends. On payday I tend to preorder / buy any books that I really really want. If I’m short of funds I will wait. This is not an issue for me. I suppose this one of the perks of buying a house and having a wedding to save up for. I can no longer be irresponsible with my pennies.

11. After you purchase all of the books that you’re dying to read how long do they sit on your shelves before you get to them?

This also depends on what I am currently reading.

I am not going to lie there are books from series’ that I have started and loved over the past few years and the new instalments are still on my TBR shelves untouched. I’m a proper mood reader. If I don’t fancy it, I won’t read it. This is why I introduced the book jar into my life so there is at least one book a month that I have to pick up to clear the shelf. Though I am beginning to think the shelves will never be clear.


Please copy this tag and post it yourself. I’m really interested to see what fellow readers are like in these situations.

Lucy xx




Most Anticipated Adaptations 2019 / 2020

I do love a good movie or tv adaptation and there are a few that I’m looking forward to over the next year or so. Here are just a few of them:


The Aftermath by Rhidian Brook

The AftermathHamburg, 1946. Thousands remain displaced in what is now the British Occupied Zone. Charged with overseeing the rebuilding of this devastated city and the de-Nazification of its defeated people, Colonel Lewis Morgan is requisitioned a fine house on the banks of the Elbe, where he will be joined by his grieving wife, Rachael, and only remaining son, Edmund.

But rather than force its owners, a German widower and his traumatized daughter, to leave their home, Lewis insists that the two families live together. In this charged and claustrophobic atmosphere all must confront their true selves as enmity and grief give way to passion and betrayal.

The Aftermath is a stunning novel about our fiercest loyalties, our deepest desires and the transformative power of forgiveness.


Now I know that this one has already been released in the UK. (I’m not sure about internationally but it is definitely out in cinemas here right now).  I can guarantee that if I asked my other half to go to the pictures with me to see this film it would be a straightforward no. Nothing would persuade him. Literally. Nothing. It’s one of those films that I’m probably going to have to wait to be released on DVD. I’m half way through the book so that will give me plenty of time to finish the book in time to watch the films.




After By Anna Todd

After (After, #1)Tessa is a good girl with a sweet, reliable boyfriend back home. She’s got direction, ambition, and a mother who’s intent on keeping her that way.

But she’s barely moved into her freshman dorm when she runs into Hardin. With his tousled brown hair, cocky British accent, tattoos, and lip ring, Hardin is cute and different from what she’s used to.

But he’s also rude—to the point of cruelty, even. For all his attitude, Tessa should hate Hardin. And she does—until she finds herself alone with him in his room. Something about his dark mood grabs her, and when they kiss it ignites within her a passion she’s never known before.

He’ll call her beautiful, then insist he isn’t the one for her and disappear again and again. Despite the reckless way he treats her, Tessa is compelled to dig deeper and find the real Hardin beneath all his lies. He pushes her away again and again, yet every time she pushes back, he only pulls her in deeper.

Tessa already has the perfect boyfriend. So why is she trying so hard to overcome her own hurt pride and Hardin’s prejudice about nice girls like her?

Unless…could this be love?

Now newly revised and expanded, Anna Todd’s After fanfiction racked up 1 billion reads online and captivated readers across the globe. Experience the Internet’s most talked-about book for yourself!

There was the time before Tessa met Hardin, and then there’s everything AFTER … Life will never be the same.


I still haven’t made my mind up about this series as I found so many issues with it. However, I am interested in how the adaptation has turned out. So I do intend to watch the film.

I still refuse to acknowledge that this series was created as Harry Styles fan fiction. I’m way too old for that!

Additionally, the film looks so cheesy in the trailer. And not in a good way. It’s like they have tried to copy the 50 Shades adaptations and that were bad enough.

We shall just have to wait and see I suppose.

Release date: April 2019 (US) (UK) I’m unsure.



The Sun Is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon

The Sun Is Also a StarNatasha: I’m a girl who believes in science and facts. Not fate. Not destiny. Or dreams that will never come true. I’m definitely not the kind of girl who meets a cute boy on a crowded New York City street and falls in love with him. Not when my family is twelve hours away from being deported to Jamaica. Falling in love with him won’t be my story.

Daniel: I’ve always been the good son, the good student, living up to my parents’ high expectations. Never the poet. Or the dreamer. But when I see her, I forget about all that. Something about Natasha makes me think that fate has something much more extraordinary in store—for both of us.

The Universe: Every moment in our lives has brought us to this single moment. A million futures lie before us. Which one will come true?


There was something about this book when I was reading it. I just found myself really struggling with it. I’m sorry to say I can’t tell you why either. I just haven’t really thought about it. However, I always intended it give it another go. Then I heard that there was a film adaptation coming out and I feel like this maybe something I may enjoy more as a film.

Release Date: (US) May 17 (UK) I don’t know




Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Related imageGenerations of readers young and old, male and female, have fallen in love with the March sisters of Louisa May Alcott’s most popular and enduring novel, Little Women. Here are talented tomboy and author-to-be Jo, tragically frail Beth, beautiful Meg, and romantic, spoiled Amy, united in their devotion to each other and their struggles to survive in New England during the Civil War.


There is nothing much to say about this adaptation other than it is probably going to be amazing. It has a great cast. It is a fantastic story! It has all the feels. I am really looking forward to it. It is the perfect time of year for the release date too.

Release date: (US) December (UK) 17 January

There is no trailer at present.



The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret GardenThe plot centres round Mary Lennox, a young English girl who returns to England from India, having suffered the immense trauma by losing both her parents in a cholera epidemic. However, her memories of her parents are not pleasant, as they were a selfish, neglectful and pleasure-seeking couple. Mary is given to the care of her uncle Archibald Craven, whom she has never met. She travels to his home, Misselthwaite Manor located in the gloomy Yorkshire, a vast change from the sunny and warm climate she was used to. When she arrives, she is a rude, stubborn and given to stormy temper tantrums. However, her nature undergoes a gradual transformation when she learns of the tragedies that have befallen her strict and disciplinarian uncle whom she earlier feared and despised. Once when he’s away from home, Mary discovers a charming walled garden which is always kept locked. The mystery deepens when she hears sounds of sobbing from somewhere within her uncle’s vast mansion. The kindly servants ignore her queries or pretend they haven’t heard, spiking Mary’s curiosity.


I loved the 90s film adaptation growing up. It is something that I can sit and watch over and over when it is on. It reminds me of my childhood. I am quite looking forward to the new spin on it.

Release date: All I know is that it is due to be released in early 2020

There is no trailer at the moment.



P.S. I Still love you (To all the Boys I’ve loved before #2)

P.S. I Still Love You (To All the Boys I've Loved Before, #2)Lara Jean didn’t expect to really fall for Peter.
She and Peter were just pretending. Except suddenly they weren’t. Now Lara Jean is more confused than ever.
When another boy from her past returns to her life, Lara Jean’s feelings for him return too. Can a girl be in love with two boys at once?

In this charming and heartfelt sequel to the New York Timesbestseller To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, we see first love through the eyes of the unforgettable Lara Jean. Love is never easy, but maybe that’s part of what makes it so amazing


I love this story and I really did love the adaptation Netflix released last year 2018. I thought they did a pretty good job. I am so looking forward for the second adaptation.

Release date: Sometime in 2020.

There is also no trailer for this one at this time.


Are there any adaptations that you are looking forward to seeing?


Lucy xx










Tatiana and Alexander – Paullina Simons

Image result for tatiana and Alexander release dateBook: Tatiana and Alexander (The Bronze Horseman #2) 
 Paulinna Simons
Historical Romance
Release Date:  2003
Pages: 559

My Rating: 4 stars


Tatiana is eighteen years old, pregnant, and widowed when she escapes war-torn Leningrad to find a new life in America. But the ghosts of her past do not rest easily. She becomes consumed by the belief that her husband, Red Army officer Alexander Belov, is still alive and needs her desperately.

Meanwhile, oceans and continents away in the Soviet Union, Alexander barely escapes execution, and is forced to lead a battalion of soldiers considered expendable by the Soviet high command. Yet Alexander is determined to take his men through the ruins of Europe in one last desperate bid to escape Stalin’s death machine and somehow find his way to Tatiana once again.


My Thoughts:

After I finished reading the first book in this trilogy I don’t think I could have gone without reading the second instalment straight away. I mean with an ending like that how could anyone want to have a break between the two books?

Now, don’t get me wrong I really enjoyed this book but I don’t think I enjoyed it as much as The Bronze Horseman. Something was lacking and I can’t quite put my finger on what it was exactly. I did feel like there was a little section at in the middle of the book that dragged out for a long while and I felt my mind drifting every so often. This was the same for the flashback elements from when Alexander was growing up. I just wanted to focus on the present. I feel like this book is a very slow burner and I mean VERY slow.

Regardless of the parts that I didn’t quite like, there were still things I loved, especially the intense relationship and fierce love between Tatiana and Alexander.

Moreover, I was so happy to see that there was a lot of character development in the book. In particular with Tatiana. I am so happy that Simons helped character mature.

Tatiana and Alexander is just as emotional as The Bronze Horseman. There are times when you’re on such a high because things look like they are going to get better and then suddenly things start to go all wrong again and you’re at rock bottom. When you read Paullina Simons’ writing you cannot help but be invested in the characters and their journey.

I can’t finish this review without mentioning the imagery throughout this book. It is just as enticing as you’d expect after reading The Bronze Horseman. You feel like you are in the middle of their story right along with them. You get all the feels. When they hurt you hurt. When they are sad you are sad. Paullina’s writing style is just extremely beautiful and not many authors can do what she does so successfully.

This book is a heartbreaking tale full of hope and love and it is worth every second of your time.

I genuinely can’t see where Tatiana and Alexander’s story is going to go in the third instalment (The Summer Garden) but I am eager to give it a go and my fingers are crossed that it is just as addictive.


Lucy xx




Six For Sunday – An Ode to my Favourite Genre

Steph from A Little but a Lot  hosts a weekly prompt called Six for Sunday and this week’s topic is ‘An Ode to my Favourite Genre’.  

I don’t have a distinguishable favourite genre. When I pick up a book it always depends of my mood at that particular time. Of course there are a few genres that I am not a fan of but I don’t tend to read them.

However, there is always one genre that I can can go back to at any time. Especially when I’m stuck for something to read or I need something to help me out of a reading slump and that is contemporary literature.

Here are six reasons I love to read contemporary:

  1. The characters are relatable
    I have read so many contemporary books that have both helped me and taught me so much about the world and other societies around me.
    Contemporary books give you an insight of topical issues that you may not be aware of.  Personally, they have given me tips on how to deal with certain things that have affected me over the past few years. For example grief and anxiety.This leads me onto reason number 2.
  2. Contemporary novels deal with real life topics that some people may be uncomfortable talking about
    Like I have already said, contemporary literature tend to focus on topical issues that people face within society and/or in their personal lives. Topical subjects can be a hard thing to write about and I think it is really inspiring when authors tackle these subjects. From mental health and disabilities to race and sexuality I love how there are authors out there focusing on these areas. They are ultimately teaching people things they did not necessarily know about the topic that is being covered.Several years ago I was really struggling with my anxiety. After trying to speak to people about it I was ignored and fobbed off. It made to feel stupid and an outcast. I was made to feel like it was wrong to feel the way I did. I got the stereotypical comments when I spoke to people too. For example, “Well, you seem fine to me.” or “There is nothing wrong with you stop thinking about it, it’ll go away.”   I had no one to turn to and contemporary books helped me deal with my issues. They gave me the confidence to stand up for myself and my mental health.
  3. They can be super emotional
    Every so often I just need to have a good cry and contemporary books are good at brining out my emotional side.Of course they make me laugh they make me angry but they also make me happy. I do love a good emotional rollercoaster. You just get all the feels through a contemporary book.
  4. You watch the characters grow and l earn to understand themselves and the world they are in
    I know this is a popular happening in most genres and I think it is a super important thing in all books but there is something about it happening in contemporary. Especially when you watch them battle their demons, no matter what they are.
    Everyone knows I love a bit of romance and contemporary literature brings all the love dovey romance.  I love seeing relationships grow throughout books and contemporary is a great genre to watch relationships develop.
  6. They are easy to read
    Contemporary books tend to be easy reads…well at least some of the time. They are easy to fit into a busy working week which is great. I have read so many books that take up a lot of time and when you’re an adult a lot of the time you don’t have much free time to yourself. I need to allocate a lot of my time for work, chores and family/friends time. This genre is easy to fit into my busy schedule and it doesn’t feel like an effort when I’m reading.


What is your favourite genre and why?

Lucy xx


WWW Wednesday

This meme was previously hosted by MizB at A Daily Rhythm. It has now been taken over by Taking on a World of Words Have a go..I dare you. You just have to answer the three questions  and leave a link to your post in the comments for others to look at here.

The love is to be shared so once you have completed your post visit the other blogs to see what is going on in there world.

Without further ado here is my WWW for Wednesday 20th March 2019.

The Three W’s are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next?


What are you currently reading?


Tatiana and Alexander By Paullina Simons
(The Bronze Horseman #2)

Tatiana is eighteen years old, pregnant, and widowed when she escapes war-torn Leningrad to find a new life in America. But the ghosts of her past do not rest easily. She becomes consumed by the belief that her husband, Red Army officer Alexander Belov, is still alive and needs her desperately.

Meanwhile, oceans and continents away in the Soviet Union, Alexander barely escapes execution, and is forced to lead a battalion of soldiers considered expendable by the Soviet high command. Yet Alexander is determined to take his men through the ruins of Europe in one last desperate bid to escape Stalin’s death machine and somehow find his way to Tatiana once again.




What did you recently finish reading?

The Bronze Horseman (The Bronze Horseman, #1)

The Bronze Horseman by Paullina Simons
(The Bronze Horseman #1)

The golden skies, the translucent twilight, the white nights, all hold the promise of youth, of love, of eternal renewal. The war has not yet touched this city of fallen grandeur, or the lives of two sisters, Tatiana and Dasha Metanova, who share a single room in a cramped apartment with their brother and parents. Their world is turned upside down when Hitler’s armies attack Russia and begin their unstoppable blitz to Leningrad.

Yet there is light in the darkness. Tatiana meets Alexander, a brave young officer in the Red Army. Strong and self-confident, yet guarding a mysterious and troubled past, he is drawn to Tatiana—and she to him. Starvation, desperation, and fear soon grip their city during the terrible winter of the merciless German siege. Tatiana and Alexander’s impossible love threatens to tear the Metanova family apart and expose the dangerous secret Alexander so carefully protects—a secret as devastating as the war itself—as the lovers are swept up in the brutal tides that will change the world and their lives forever.


Only Ever You
Only Ever You By Siobhan Davis


My entire life is a lie, propelled by one wrong decision that altered my fate.

If fans knew the truth, they’d run away screaming. But all they see is Ryder Stone, moody guitarist and lead singer of Torment, and a potential notch on their bedpost.

Only two people know who I really am. My manager has a vested interest in keeping my secret, and the girl I was forced to leave behind doesn’t even know the true extent of my shame.

Losing Zeta is both my biggest regret and my proudest moment. But she was the glue keeping me together, and I’m struggling to survive without her. Especially when demons from my past continue to haunt me and the threat of disclosure is ever present.

When she reappears in my life, this time, I’m too weak to push her away.

Her love has the power to save me.

Mine has the power to destroy her.


I’ve worked hard to forget my past. To rise above my messed-up childhood and make something of myself; however, there’s no forgetting him.

Ryder’s gorgeous face and drool-worthy body are plastered over tabloids and TV screens, reminding me I’m still in love with the boy who captured my heart in juvie.

When he failed me, I thought I’d never again experience such heart-crushing pain. But watching him fall out of clubs with a succession of different girls renews the agony, resurrecting countless unanswered questions.

Now my boss has sent me to interview him. It’s a massive scoop for the magazine, and turning it down would kill my career. So, I delude myself into thinking I can handle this.

Perhaps this is the closure I need to finally move on.

Except I’m terrified nothing has changed and one look into those soulful eyes will suck me in again.

Ryder almost destroyed me last time. This time, he could ruin me forever.



43517044Slashes in the Snow By M. Never
(Baum Squad #1)


Three years ago my father walked away. Away from our MC, all his responsibilities, and me. We haven’t spoken since the day he handed me the keys to the kingdom.

Shoved them down my throat was more like it.

I hate him, and the new family he’s playing house with. He left his entire life behind for a woman he barely knows. But I’m strong, resilient, and don’t need a damn soul to survive.

At least, that’s what I thought…until she walked into my bar.


Someone is watching me. I can feel it. I wake up in the middle of the night freaked out of my mind, paranoid a stranger is there. My skin prickles every time I leave my house, because I know someone is following me.

I’m afraid. Alone. And there’s only one person left to turn to.

The stepbrother I never met. The man my stepfather speaks so highly about, but never sees. He’s the president of a notorious motorcycle club, and exactly the kind of person I need to protect me.

Little did I know, Ky Parish, freakin’ hates my guts.



What do you think you’ll read next?

608216The Summer Garden By Paullina Simons
(The Bronze Horseman #3)

Through years of war and devastation, Tatiana and Alexander suffered the worst the twentieth century had to offer. Miraculously reunited in America, they now have a beautiful son, Anthony, the gift of a love strong enough to survive the most terrible upheavals. Though they are still young, the ordeals they endured have changed them–and after living apart in a world laid waste, they must now find a way to live together in postwar America.

With the Cold War rising, dark forces at work in their adopted country threaten their lives, their family, and their hard-won peace. To regain the happiness they once knew, to wash away the lingering pain of the past, two lovers grown distant must somehow forge a new life . . .or watch the ghosts of their yesterdays destroy their firstborn son.

The Summer Garden . . . their odyssey is just beginning.


Your turn…


Lucy xx


Six for Sunday – Bookish Couples

I’ve been having a really tough time this week and I’ve been thinking that maybe little  writing will be a good distraction as my head is all over the place. Steph from A Little but a Lot  hosts a weekly prompt called Six for Sunday and this week’s topic looked fun. So I’ve decided to jump on the bandwagon.

This week’s prompt is Bookish Couples so here is a list of my favourite couples from books that I have read.

They are in no particular order. I genuinely don’t think I would be able to list them from least favourite to my most favourite.


  1. Claire and Jamie from the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon
  2.  Ava and Jesse from the This Man Series written by Jodie Ellen Malpas
  3. Tatiana and Alexander from The Bronze Horseman Series by Paullina Simons

  4. Diana and Matthew from the Deborah Harkness’ All Souls Trilogy

  5. Feyre and Rhysand from the A Court of Thorns and Roses Trilogy written by Sarah J Maas

  6. Jane Eyre and Mr Rochester by Charlotte Brontë


Do you have any favourite bookish couples? What’s your #sixforsunday?


Lucy xx