February Wrap Up

It’s pretty crazy that it’s already March! 2020 is flying by and the reality that we get married next month is really sinking in. As planning is dwindling, I’ve been able to focus more time on my reading life which has been so productive and fulfilling. They say February is the month of love – I for sure fell back in love with reading and I couldn’t be happier!

I rounded out the month totaling 9 books and (most) were pretty dang good books! I like doing little monthly recaps to refresh my memory on the past 30 days of reading plus I hope to  inspire you to find your next read!

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RECOMMENDED:

Karolina’s Twins
Read if: you love historical fiction  and Holocaust survivor stories – or you want to shed a tear or two
full review here
Karolina's Twins

Lady Clementine
Read if: you’re curious to know more about the woman behind Winston Churchill’s success – told entirely in her perspective
Lady Clementine

The Grace Year
Read if: you liked the movie Midsommar or The Handmaids Tale, dystopian vibes, and powerful hidden messages
full review here
The Grace Year

The Mother-In-Law
Read if: you like a good ole’ mysterious twist in family drama
full review here
The Mother-in-Law

Tell Me Three Things
Read if: you want something a little “lighter” with witty teenage humor
full review here
Tell Me Three Things

It Ends With Us
Read if: you like books that make you ponder the choices you’d make if put in the characters’ shoes
full review here
It Ends with Us

The Giver Of Stars
Read if: you believe in the power of reading and are inspired by strong female characters
The Giver of Stars

NOT RECOMMENDED: 

American Dirt
Why I Don’t Recommend: this book was all over the place and has extremely controversial reviews/articles surrounding the topic that is addressed. I did not care for the writing style, therefore I couldn’t get into anything the author was saying.
American Dirt

The Broken Girls
Why I Don’t Recommend: this book came highly rated and recommended, but I thought it was extremely unrealistic and did not grab my attention. I don’t care for supernatural type elements in books I read so I didn’t feel much of a connection
The Broken Girls

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