I absolutely LOVE Once Upon A Time I only started watching it a year or so ago but I just love everything about it and I became addicted really quickly. The tag was started by The Book Angel.
1. Emma Swan: Your favorite heroine
I think I would have to go with Kestrel from The Winners Trilogy because she fights battles big and small with her mind. She is incredibly smart and she isn’t rushing from one fight to another she thinks things through.
Henry Mills: Your favorite side-kick
I would have to say Sydney from Vicious by V.E Schwab. I love her innocence in the book especially since she is surrounded by such dark characters and dark goings on.
Evil Queen/Regina Mills: A series (or Character) that got better through the books
A Court of Mist & Fury by Sarah J Maas was so much better than A Court of Thorns and Roses even with all the little gripes I had with it.
Mr. Gold/Rumplestiltskin: A villain you should hate but love
Bellatrix Lestrange – I can’t help but love her. I know we don’t know much about her but I feel like she probably has a really good back story.
Belle: Your favorite book
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. I actually have many favourite books but Jane Eyre is my longest favourite.
Killian Jones/ Captain Hook: Your favorite mysterious (dark) character
This might be a weird choice but I’d have to go with Joe from You by Caroline Kepnes. Not because I find him attractive like I do Hook because I don’t but because I find him fascinating!
Baelfire/Neal: A character who never stopped trying.
Henry DeTamble from The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Neffenegger. I feel like he never stopped trying to be everything he could be for Clare.
Snow White & Prince Charming: Your favorite couple
My ultimate OTP would be either Jane Eyre and Mr Rochester or Kestrel and Arin. I just think both couples complement each others strengths and weaknesses perfectly.
9. Sleepy: A book that made you tired
Heir of Fire by Sarah J Maas – although this book bored me to tears it actually woke me up a little to all the flaws I had overlooked in SJ Maas’ writing. I’ve sadly, really fallen out of love with her books lately I think they are too hyped.
Happy: A book that always makes you happy when you think of it
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chobsky I know this book is pretty sad but there are also so many things in it and themes in it that make me happy – This book was one that really changed my life!
Dreamy/Grumpy: A book you thought you’d love and hated
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin. This was a classic case of judging a book by its cover – it looked really interesting and even the blurb sounded like it would really appeal to me but I really didn’t enjoy this book like I thought I would. I had far too many issues with all the clichés and tropes in this.