Daily Prompt: Bookworm

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Tell us about the last book you read (Why did you choose it? Would you recommend it?). To go further, write a post based on its subject matter.

Photographers, artists, poets: show us WORDS.

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Ahhh… the last book I read was from last night which I spent around 2 hours to finish it. Admittedly, I love reading romance novels especially historical one. I had read this genre nonstop before I was getting bored so I’ve changed to read contemporary romance or chick-lit as well as young adult and new adult instead. However, I went back to read the historical one again last night which was this book; A Wallflower Christmas by Lisa Kleypas.

I chose this book because I totally love the Devil in Winter which is the 3rd book in series called Wallflowers and I just re-read it for the 4th time. Even though the series has five books but I read only the 3rd one so I’d like to see my favorite characters again in the 5th one. And gladly that I loved this one too.

For writing about this book, I will use the review that I wrote in my Goodreads account.

The downside of this book is that it is too short! I wanna read more of Rafe and Hannah. Oh, they are so sweet and their love is so passionate. Hannah is very likable as I can imagine myself befriend with her. She is innocent but sincerely speaks her mind. Undoubtedly, why Rafe falls in love with her because how could a man, who never loves anyone, ask for more than a lovely girl with true spirit and a warm heart.

Glad to get a glimpse of my beloved couple: my devil and his Evie ;)

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