Beauty and the Beast Book Tag

It’s that time of the week again. Time for another #BookTagTuesday! Seeing as I LOVE Beauty and the Beast, I couldn’t pass this one up. 😉

I first saw this tag on Cozy Pages, but it was originally created by Kristy @ Kristy and the Cat Read.


  • Link back to the original creator and the blog you first saw this post
  • Answer all the prompts
  • Tag at least 5 other bloggers
  • Have fun!

Tale as Old as Time – A popular theme, trope, or setting you will never get bored of

I don’t ever get bored of romantic relationships that start as friends (especially in childhood) and then become romantic. In my opinion, those seem so real and never get old.

Belle – A book you bought for merely its cover that is just as beautiful on the inside

Click on the image to view this book on Goodreads.

Okay, I don’t judge a book by its cover, but The Story Peddler has such a pretty cover and is just as beautiful and awesome as the cover.

You can find my review of it here.

Gaston – A book that everyone loves but you don’t

It seems like a lot of people liked Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens…I really didn’t. One of my problems was that it was said to be a coming-of-age story, yet was NOT! Another problem was the setting of the book for it was so unreal. How the people spoke and acted was not accurate.

Lefou – A loyal sidekick that you can’t help fall in love with more than their counterpart

Click the image to view this book on Goodreads.

Sam from The Lord of the Rings. Sure, Frodo was good, but Sam stole the show!

Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, Chip, and Cogsworth – A book that helped you through a difficult time or taught you something valuable

A Case for Grace by Lee Strobel taught me, well, the importance of grace. It was so moving and awe-inspiring to read people’s life struggles and how they were shown grace by Christ and others! It is seriously unbelievable!!

There was one story in this book that made my jaw drop. I forget the name of the mass murder and the murderers, but this one man was tortured and enslaved by these horrible men for years!!! He was treated horribly. Those who were found out to believe in Christ were killed in HORRIBLY violent ways!! Ways that are so violent I will not retell!! One day, this man and his girlfriend escaped. They traveled to the Americas where they found a normal life.

Many years later, this man got a call saying that someone in jail wanted to see him. Perplexed, the man asked who wished to speak with him. He learned it was the leader of the murderers who had put him through such misery. Yet, this man FORGAVE the murderer who had put him through such suffering!!!!! Only through being filled with the Holy Spirit can one man find the grace in his heart to forgive one who inflicted so much suffering and torture. You will not find any such story in a non-fiction atheist or agnostic book. It was amazing!!

Something There – A book or series you weren’t into at first but picked up towards the end

The Hippo at the End of the Hall by Helen Cooper took a while to pick up, but it was interesting once it got into it. 🙂

You can find my review of it here.

Be Our Guest – A fictional character that you’d love to have over for dinner

Bilbo from The Hobbit! He would be so polite as well as good company!


Thanks everyone for reading! Do you like the original Beauty and the Beast or the live-action Beauty and the Beast better? Feel free to leave a comment down below. God bless!

Every Beauty needs her Beast to protect her from everything but himself.

N.R. Hart

16 thoughts on “Beauty and the Beast Book Tag”

  1. Ooh yes I love the romantic relationships that begin with friends as those are the most authentic, long-lasting and deep ones!

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  2. Sam is the best! And I recently saw the movie adaptation for The Case for Christ and bought the book version by Lee Strobel. I didn’t know he wrote more books, but The Case for Grace looks really interesting! I’ll have to put it on my TBR.

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    1. The Case for Christ was a really good movie! Usually movies that are centered around Christianity don’t have that big of a budget, so they don’t end up that great, but I was impressed by that one! It is. It brought me to tears. (SAM ROCKS!! ;))

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