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1. If your love life was a book, its title would be:
A. Nights of Cake and Puppets
B. Maybe One Day
C. Ruin and Rising
2. What's your favourite type of romance?
A. Friends falling for each other.
B. The slow burn.
C. From hate to love.
3. You respond with:
B. "What's up?"
4. You're writing The Ideal Date Mate Manifesto. How would you start?
A. Blind me with your charm.
B. Dazzle me with your wit.
C. Smite my enemies.
(Thanks Meg, for putting it so eloquently)
5. Which bookish date would you want to reenact?
A. Reading each other stories à la Fangirl
B. Career days à la The Distance Between Us
C. Battling enemies side by side à la Finnikin of the Rock
6. You'd abbreviate Valentine's Day as:
7. Pick a Valentine's Day card:
8. A good relationship functions on:
C. (Sexual) tension
9. Pick a dessert:
A. Cupcakes (Yes, plural)
10. Which trope are you, admittedly, not entirely burned out on yet?
A. Faking it
B. Love triangles
C. Bad boys
11. Pick a Stiles:
12. Which flaw are you able to tolerate best?
A. Your partner can be completely clueless.
B. Your partner can be a bit of an asshole at times.
C. Your partner has a quick temper.
13. Ideal hairstyle:
C. Full of secrets
14. Choose a bad pick-up line:
A. Feel my shirt. It's boyfriend material.
B. I seem to have lost my number. Can I have yours?
C. There's a party in my pants and you're invited.
What did you answer most?
A perfect book for you would have the following key words: cute, adorable, fluffy. You love banter and misunderstandings that lead to more banter and ultimately, love/like declarations that make even the coldest heart (read: Ellis) go aaaaawww. Shipping the ship is where it's at, especially if it comes with a delightful dose of humor.
Speechless by Hannah Harrington
On the Fence by Kasie West
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
You like it when a book features a normal and realistic portrayal of love. That doesn't necessarily mean it's less funny or shipworthy than A, just that there are more ups and downs in the (budding) relationship. Strong friendships are often part of the deal and it isn't that uncommon to start yelling at one or more of the characters. You're just that invested.
The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider
Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta
You're fond of the darker forms of romance, which often come in the shape of tortured and/or forbidden love. Inappropriate is another word for it. Hate-to-love isn't that uncommon, as is unresolved sexual tension.
Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas
(Cruel Beauty was, of course, my initial choice for this; however, since we've already given that away for the event, Dangerous Girls is also worthy of this spot because WHOA UNHEALTHY ROMANCE. And it's glorious.)
Stolen: A Letter To My Captor by Lucy Christopher
(I had originally chosen Dangerous Girls but Blythe chose that one. I've heard that this one would be suiting though.)
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