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Creature Of The Night Book Tag

Hey Bookworms!

Today I decided to do another Halloween themed book tag, and I scoured the internet until I found the right one to do! I landed on the Creature Of The Night Book Tag and got the idea from Book Loving Nut blog. While reading the questions and the instructions I found that this is a fun and spooky idea for book lovers to do, so I decided to share it with you all today! For each creature that is named you have to choose a book that features that creature in it.

Let’s get this book tag started!

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Vampire:

I think I have to go with the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer here. My favorite one would be Emmett of course. I was never really an Edward fan.

Werewolf:

That would be Wolves and Roses by Christina Bauer, because Knox is a major hottie and badass. I instantly fell in love with him.

Zombie:

The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones. This book is crawling with the walking deadish, and there is Bone Goat, who you can’t help but love!

Ghost:

The Architect of Song by A.G. Howard. The ghost that is in this book is funny and sounds kinda hot and possessive.

Witch/Wizard/Warlock:

I have read a lot of good books with these characters in them, but I would have to say Romanov by Nadine Brandes, because the magic ink and the warlock are both amazing in this book.

Fairy/Fey:

I have to use my favorite fairy of all time here, Tinkerbell, from Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. She is one pixie with a fiery attitude and a personality to match!

Demon:

This would have to be Silas from Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson. I don’t know why but although he was a demon, the second I read the book and was introduced to Silas he became my favorite demon.

Alien:

Luc from The Darkest Star by Jennifer L. Armentrout because he is one sarcastic, mean, hilarious alien.

Superpowered Human:

That would be Nina from Slayer by Kiersten White, because after all she is the last chosen one, and the last slayer.

Elf:

Prince Veron from No Man Can Tame by Miranda Honfleur, because he is dark but mysterious and loving all at the same time. Plus he is one heck of a fighter!

If you would like to do this book tag or just answer one of these questions if you have a book that would fit great in these categories, please feel free to add it in the comments below!

 

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