February Wrap Up

I can’t believe it’s almost March! I am so ready for the spring weather. Spring and especially Summer are by far my favorite seasons. I read like 15 books in January but February was a slightly busier month with work and whatnot. Then we had a week of 65 degree days so I spent as much time outside as possible and didn’t get as much reading in. I did read a few books I really enjoyed this month, but I did read 10 books this month. The books at the top are books from my own TBR and the books below are either ARCs or review copies from publishers. I am still in a never ending battle to catch up on books from publishers!

Hopeless (Hopeless #1) by Colleen Hoover 5/5 stars

What to Expect Before You Are Expecting by Heidi Murkoff  4/5 stars

King’s Cage (Red Queen #3) by Victoria Aveyard  4/5 stars

Flawed by Cecelia Ahern  3/5 stars

 

Gilded Cage (Dark Gifts #1) by Vic James  3/5 stars

Making Marriage Beautiful: Lifelong Love, Joy and Intimacy Start With You by Dorothy Littell Greco  4/5 stars

Her Perect Life by Sam Hepburn  3/5 stars

A Shadow Bright & Burning (Kingdom on Fire #1) by Jessica Cluess  3/5 stars

King’s Blood (The Kinsman Chronicles #2) by Jill Williamson  4/5 stars

The Polygamist’s Daughter by Anna LeBaron  5/5 stars

 

My favorites books this month were Hopeless by Colleen Hoover, which isn’t surprising since I love everything she writes. I am halfway through Losing Hope, the second book in the series. My other favorite book this month was a non-fiction book sent to me from Tyndale House Publishers, The Polygamist’s Daughter by Anna LeBaron, which was a combination of fascinating and disturbing. If you like non-fiction involving cults, I highly recommend this book. I will post a full review for it soon and I believe the release date is March 21, so add it to your TBR list. I also really liked King’s Cage and was fairly impressed by the book. I was a bit hesitant about it because I loved Red Queen, but was not a big fan of Glass Sword. I didn’t really like the way King’s Cage ended, but otherwise, I thought the book was great. So if you are reluctant to read it after Glass Sword, don’t be. What was your favorite book this month? Happy reading!

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