December Book Challenge 2015 Days 23&24:Books that Required Tissues&Favorite Side Characters!

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Hey bookworms! Onto the next post hope you’re all enjoying the glow of the Christmas lights like I have been doing. This lovely Challenge was created by the lovely Annreads on Instagram. If you’re curious on my choices were for the last post I’ll leave it linked. Now let’s get to it!

Day 23: They Made Me Feel the Feels

The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead

The Ruby Circle

I may have cried for events as well as because this series is over. No more waiting for the next book. I lived with the relationship for so long it will be hard not to see every little chapter of their lives as well as the rest of the VA gang. It was definitely hardest series to let go of.

If You Could See Me Now by Cecelia Ahern

If You Could See Me Now

If you haven’t guessed this will be the one book that will show up more than once on this challenge. It has so many feels for so many of the characters, so if you pick this book up make sure you pick up some tissues as well!

Days 24: Favorite Side Characters

Tiger’s Curse by Colleen Houck

Phet

Tiger's Curse

I picture Phet as quite cute and funny. He makes me giggle throughout the whole series in general. His excitement and happiness is contagious.

The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern

The Nuns

The Book of Tomorrow

The nuns are reason enough to read this Ahern book! They are very much the comedic relief when the story needs it.

Well that’s all for this post bookworms! The latter question was much harder to think of and took some time because I don’t often think of any character as minor because they all push the story along in some way. Happy Holidays and Happy Reading!

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3 thoughts on “December Book Challenge 2015 Days 23&24:Books that Required Tissues&Favorite Side Characters!

  1. Pingback: December Book Challenge 2015 Day 25: The Book That Brought Some Magic to My Life | CK's Reading Corner

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