3 Days, 3 Quotes : Day 1 (The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue)

Hellooo beautiful bookworms! I was tagged by one of my favorite bloggers, Zoe from Home of Indie Authors to do this amazing tag. I have to say I’m not that great with quotes, I do mark them on some books but I never memorize them or anything. So pretty much what I’ll do is pick 3 of my favorite books and pick my favorite quote from that book. Let’s staaaart!!

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The First Book I picked is The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee, one of my favorite books from last year, it also was the first LGBTQ and Historical Fiction book I read and I loved it. It made me cry, laugh and get really angry at some parts. Reading that book was an adventure, the culture and the history behind the main plot were so well portrayed in this book. It was just Amazing and if you haven’t read it, please do!

“My hands are upon his face, mirror to the spot where I’ll carry red, puckered scars for the rest of my life. In his gaze, they seem to matter less. We are not broken things, neither of us. We are cracked pottery mended with lacquer and flakes of gold, whole as we are, complete unto each other. Complete and worthy and so very loved.”

I don’t want to spoil anyone but I just want to say that when I read this I felt so proud and I just looveed this part so much, I actually cried for a long time after this. I just loved that the relationship seemed so genuine and pure. I’m not that big on romance anymore but when a book has the kind of love that feels real. It just gets to me.

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For this first day, I tag everyone who wants to join!!

Tell me in the comments if you’ve read the book? Did you like it? What was your favorite Quote? Thank you for reading my post, I hope you are all having really great reads!

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