#FaeFriday #WeeklyBlogTag - What book made your heart soar ?

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This week’s Fae Friday topic is pixie dust! If you’ve seen Peter Pan, you know that pixie dust is used to make you fly. So this week’s prompt is: What is a book that made your heart soar?

And for years to come , I will always pick Love Virtually (linked to my review from 2012) No other book appeals me more when I need to feel happy. The emails that Emmi & Leo write to each other are so fun , loving and full of all things beautiful and fuzzy.

The book has the perfect tagline : "Have you ever just clicked with some one?"

By 2012, I had made best friends online , had a boyfriend whom I met via twitter (now married to him) and I kind of lived more through emails / tweets /chats than offline. So the idea of falling in love with someone through emails alone was something I wanted to read desperately and so my search led me to this book. This is one of the books that I read and lived when I did not even like the romance as a genre.

"Write to me Emmi. Writing is like Kissing, but without lips. Writing is kissing with the mind."

Leo : It’s sad, Emmi, we’ve got nothing more to say to each other.
Emmi : Maybe we never did.
Leo : Well, for two people who’ve got nothing to say to each other, we’ve been chatting away one hell of a lot.

This book doesn't have a proper ending ( but that is taken care in sequel which is equally enjoyable). so which book would you recommend in this genre  ?

Happy Friday & Happy Reading always :) 

1 comment:

  1. I haven't read this book but it looks like such a great one! I love when a book just makes you happy!


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