I’m so excited that it’s time for another reading round up. My February 2020 Reading List is a really good one if I don’t say so myself. First of all, I actually got some reading accomplished in February and that felt great! It might have taken me being sick to force myself to sit down long enough to read some books, but regardless, I did read!
Books I Read in February
So the books that I read in my February 2020 Reading List include…….
Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker
This is the second book in the Simple Wild Series by K.A. Tucker. You MUST read The Simple Wild to have a clue what is happening in Wild at Heart. You guys, I loved this book so much. The story continues to follow where Calla and Jonah left off in The Simple Wild. You’ll fall in love with Alaska all over again AND I think I loved this book even more than the first one.
What I loved about this book is that this one really explores all the hard stuff in relationships. Sure you can fall in love, but what then? This book addresses that as Calla and Jonah are trying to create a life together, but they have to figure out what that means for each of them.
GREAT book. Also, The Simple Wild is on sale for Kindle right now for $1.99, so snag it up! That way, you can read Wild at Heart, which is also on sale.
I’m not sure how I came about reading this book, but I’m guessing someone on Instagram that I follow mentioned it. Turns out, it was free on Kindle Unlimited, which I love by the way.
This book explores happiness and what that means for everyone as an individual. The story is a tad bit unusual, but it worked. Emery Reed and Cooper are on a road trip, but it’s honestly so much more than that. Two strangers (yes, she goes on a road trip with a stranger) who are in for more than they know. Trust me, it just works as a story.
This won’t be my last book that I read by Kandi Steiner. I enjoyed her writing.
Doctor Dearest by R.S. Grey was another Kindle Unlimited read, but also because so many people were suggesting it on Instagram. #Influenced
This is the story of two doctors who happen to mean a great deal to each other, without the other knowing it. Natalie and Connor have great chemistry, they just have to figure out how to be a couple.
There was one part of the book that I didn’t really feel was necessarily a part that needed to be in the book to make it a great story. You’ll know what that is if/when you read it. Other than that, I really enjoyed this book.
Super easy read. Kept my attention. Read it one day.
Another Kindle Unlimited read for this month. I’ve been trying to take advantage of my membership that I pay for. Do I have a huge TBR pile? Yep, but sometimes you want to live on the edge.
Anyways, Park Avenue Player was a really good and easy read. I loved these two authors writing style. This was a romantic read, but I kinda learned a lot too and it there was one surprise I didn’t see coming at first, but afterwards, I was like WOW!!! So romance, some steamy moments and a good look at a happy ending. I enjoyed it!
Since I enjoyed Park Avenue Player, I sort of binged some books by these authors. This time I went for Hate Notes, which was a book that I saw constantly on Kindle Unlimited. It didn’t’ disappoint.
Imagine you find a blue note sewn into a wedding dress that you tried on in a vintage bridal store. It was the most perfect “Something Blue” note that a man wrote to his soon to be wife. Problem though; the dress had been sold to a vintage bridal store. Did the marriage not work?!? What happened?!? This is exactly what Charlotte wanted to know.
Charlotte had recently been cheated on and just ended her engagement. So Charlotte seeks out this mystery man, who turns out to be Reed Eastwood. He’s gorgeous (obviously, duh) and he is now her new boss. Yep….
So what happens when she meets Mr. Perfect?!?! You need to read it to find out. Another easy read. I really liked it!
We Should All Be Mirandas: Life Lessons from Sex and the City’s Most Underrated Character by Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni
Did you watch and love Sex and the City?!?! If so, you need this book. We Should All Be Mirandas is so fun! I LOVED Miranda and feel that I possess a little Miranda in me. It’s an illustrated book and it’s just a fun read. This would be a great book for any SATC fan that you know!
Psst..what SATC character are you?!?!?! I’m a very odd mix of Miranda and Charlotte. I know…..it’s odd.
This book was suggested to me after I finished Doctor Dearest. This was probably the one book that was just so/so to me that I read this month. It wasn’t bad, but I didn’t feel a real connection to the characters until almost the last chapter. It’s free on Kindle Unlimited so you could give it a chance if you are a member of that. Not bad, not my favorite.
So this book is centered around an amusement park, which was basically Disney World, but not really. Whitney has a total crush on her mentor (she works for the park) but problem is he is high up in the amusement park as his grandfather started it. Eight years passes and they’re “forced” to work together. There’s chemistry, but also some heart ache. There’s character growth and also moments where I’m like COME ON ALREADY. Anyways, it’s worth a shot.
My February 2020 Reading List was pretty good and overall, I was impressed with the amount of time that I spent reading. Not all books were a five star read, but there were lots of romantic books that I enjoyed and I’ve already put in quite a bit of reading for my March 2020 Reading List. Stay tuned for that.
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Did you read anything good in February?
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