Huh, that's tough. I am going to say Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher. - I mean, I have seen and been in such similar situations, but seeing that I wasn't alone in think, and feeling the way I did was... Well, i don't know how to explain it exactly. But I loved Thirteen Reasons Why.
The Darkling from the Grisha Trilogy by Leigh Bardugo has been a favorite villain since i read the books. Apparently I have a type of guy I prefer in books. Villains, anti-heroes, Assholes/jerks, enemies to lovers, those that are broken or vulnerable... Yeap I love them all.
I mean there are so many that I loved. And if i love a book I'm not afraid to admit it. But, one that others may think a guilty pleasure? I will say Twilight and Fifty Shades. I loved both. I have read Twilight countless times!
Uhh, one that stands out is Elena from the Vampire Diaries books. Especially the first couple books. She just was rich and spoiled and was very inflatable until she died. I loved the show, so got into the books, but didn't like the first two.
I would love to live in so many worlds. But I may not survive many of them, haha. So I am going to say the Shadowhunter world from Cassandra Clare's books. The world is very similar to this one, but expanded to include all of the supernatural. I don't know, I love it. I love the supernatural.
I honestly don't know, haha. There are soo many books i love all across different genres. I love reading, and finding new books and authors to love!
I feel like everyone is going to say this, but Rhysand from the A Court of Thorns and Roses Trilogy by Sarah J Maas. Also, Will Herondale from the Infernal Devices Trilogy ok, so any one of the hundreds of book boyfriends that I have... I fall in love with a new character with almost every single book/series i read.
Honestly, I don't know. I loved reading since a young age. I went from children's books to pre-teen, then almost completely jumped to adult books (Stephen King, James Patterson, etc) in my teen years. After graduating high school I started in on young adult books, and just recently (within the past couple years), I started reading romance books. I used to be a really picky reader, but since starting my bookstagram and blog, I have opened up more to reading. So, ok, it wasn't a book, but deciding to join in a community of other readers that really helped. 💙
Honestly, I love rereading books. When I first read a book, i sometimes miss details because I am always wanting to know what happens next, and next, and at the end that I'm not always reading all the details, so going back and rereading books is awesome. I may not be expierencing everything for the first time, but I still love it.