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~ #SixForSunday: Books With Red Covers ~

#SixforSunday is… it’s really just that. You choose 6 books (normally) that you’d choose to fit whatever the prompt is that week. This meme is hosted by A Little but a Lot and you can follow the link to find the prompts for January to March. I’ll also post this month’s prompt’s at the end of the post.

This week’s prompt: Books with Red Covers

**My choices are in no particular order. You can click on their covers to explore their Goodreads entries.**

1. The Wedding Date (Wedding Date #1)

Published January 30th 2018

This novel was among my first reads in 2020 and also my first Jasmine Guillory. It was a great start to a fun series, although I still need to finish it (at least to what has been released so far) as I have only read the first three. The red cover for this book definitely stands out the most on my bookshelf. [My Review]

2. The Christmas Pact

Published November 1st 2020

This novel was an adorable novella that centers around Christmas with a super bright red cover that stands out. It stood out for me as one to feature for it’s original concept of two people having a rivalry due to having their names reversed, one is named Kennedy Riley and the other is named Riley Kennedy. [My Review]

3. Surprise Me

Published: February 13, 2018

I think of Sophie Kinsella novels when I think of cute romance stories (among many other authors). I chose this novel, even though the technical cover is blue, is because I love the main character’s red dress. It’s a fun concept for a novel as it is a couple who have been married for ten years and need to reignite the spark in their relationship. [My Review]

4. By the Book

Published February 6th 2018

The red door on the cover with the bicycle and, mostly, red books, stood out for me as it is simple yet fits the title of the novel. This book is a retelling of Jane Austen’s Persuasion, which fits well for a pick for this February/romance type list for this week. [My Review]

5. From Blood and Ash (Blood and Ash #1)

Published March 30th 2020

This is another novel that I chose where red is not the primary color on the cover, however, the red stands out really well and is very eye-catching on the darker background. A fantastic start to a promising fantasy series featuring a very cute love story. [My Review]

6. Amanda Wakes Up

Published June 12th 2018

Similar to Surprise Me, this novel does not technically have a red cover, but it does feature a red suit. The super light background with the black writing complements the red and helps it stand out as an eye-catching feature on this cover. This novel gives a romance addition to a story about finding your place in the world of political reporting. [My Review]


JANUARY– It’s all about booooooooooks

17th – Books you wish you’d read in 2020 (Complete)
24th – Books you’re excited for in 2021 (Complete)
31st – Bookish hates (Complete)

FEBRUARY – Read it and weep!

7th – Books with red covers (Complete)
14th – Favourite books/characters/authors
21st – Books that made you FEEL
28th – Books that made you cry (or almost cry if you’re not me!)


It is hard to believe that we are now into February and a whole new month of prompts has started. I tried to feature novels that I’ve written a review for while also having red that stood out on the cover. To fit into a more romance/Valentine’s day theme in February, I chose red covers for novels that feature at least one romance story.

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