The Heroines Book Tag

Posted September 6, 2015 by angypotter in Book tag / 0 Comments


Thanks again to Amy from for tagging me again to the weekly #BookTag. I have to confess I love making these kinds of posts. It’s pretty fun. So, let’s begin…


1. Which heroine would you trade places with?


Nora Sutherlin from The Original Sinners Series by Tiffany Reisz. If you know me, you already know I’m so obsessed with the series I even change places with Kingsley, Angel, Juliette, Nico and Grace. I’d never change places with Søren, he’s too perfect to be him 🙂

Read my reviews of all the books of the series here.

2. Which heroine would you push off a cliff and hope that there are some jagged rocks at the bottom?


Laney from Black Iris by Leah Raeder. That book was good that I didn’t want t0 accept it and it’s still hunting me its HEA of Laney’s. But seriusly, I wanted to push her off of the cliff so many times. I still love her, though.

Read my review here.

3. Heroine you couldn’t care less about? They’re so bland that they don’t even trigger the hate in you?


Julia from Finished by Claire Kent. I couldn’t even finish the book.

4. Heroine you thought you wouldn’t like and ending up liking and vice versa?


Skyler Canby from Bounce by Noelle August. When I started the book I didn’t connect with her. I kinda hated her for how she reacted toward Grey. But then, I got to knew her better and ended up loving her. So glad I didn’t DNF, it turned out to be a good book after all.

Read my review here.

5. Side heroine who is much more interesting than main heroine?


This one is hard, because for some god heavenly reason the authors I like, they write spin off of her books, so when I like a side character, he/she end up having his/her own book. For example: Sara from Beautiful Stranger by Christina Lauren, Deedee from Tamed by Emma Chase, Pandora from Ripped by Katy Evans, Chloe Patterson from Mai Tai’d Up by Alice Clayton.

But there’s one female character that I don’t think will have her own book: Jenny Monroe from Overruled by Emma Chase. She was pretty awesome! I didn’t think I ended up loving her but I did. She’a a great mom and gave Sofia the best advice she could give. Let’s make a campaing:


Read my review of Overruled here.

6. Which heroine would you want as your friend?

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Chloe Mills, or Chloe Ryan, however you wanna call her. She’s awesome! I love reading her in the other books of the series, because even when I’m not reading her POV, she’s still all bitchy and amazing and perfect! – Insert girl crush here please

Read my review here.

7. Which heroine do you wish would just choose (between the guys in her little love triangle)?


I’m so happy Bella chose Edward! I was never #TeamJacob and I’ll never will be. I don’t even like him after the Renesme imprinting.

#TeamEdward 4ever & ever.


Just shut up little wolf.

8. “Bad girl” heroine?


Layna from The Contradiction of Solitude by A. Meredith Walters. She was BAD! And I’m not talking as a Bad Girl who can sleep around. I’m talking as a BAD as a View Spoiler ».

Read my review here.

9. “Good girl” heroine?


I’m going to go with Amy in this one. Chelsea from Sustained by Emma Chase was the best good girl in the world. And I’m happy to use my own gif 🙂

Read my review here.

10. Your favorite heroine of them all?  (if you can’t choose, pick your top 3.)


My top 10 (3 is not enough) in no particular orden.

Amy Bensen from The Secret Life of Bensen Series by Lisa Renee Jones
Casie Sullivan from Forbidden Nights by Lauren Blakely
Kate Brooks-Evans from Tangled Series by Emma Chase
Eva Tramell from Crossfire Series by Sylvia Day
Nora Sutherlin from The Original Sinners Series by Tiffany Reisz
Kinsey Taylor from Flirting With Fire by Kate Meader
Sofia Santos from Overruled by Emma Chase
Hanna from Beautiful Player by Christina Lauren
Hermione Granger from Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling
Chloe Mills-Ryan from Beautiful Bastard by Christina Lauren


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