I read 6 books in February and I find that to be quite impressive since most of them either were read in a day or it took over a week. I have not been able to focus. It's been horrible! And I honestly really enjoyed all of the books I read!
Malibu Rising was soo good. I love books that introduce the reader to a family and then takes the different viewpoints of each member, slowly giving their sides of a story and having it lead up to an epic event.
Some Choose Darkness appears to be the first in a series based on the main character, Rory Moore. Rory is a quirky forensic reconstructionist who gets thrust into the role of lawyer/mentor to a convicted killer. The book goes back and forth between a hot summer a couple decades early and the current time while Rory tries to figure out why her father spent so much time on this one client and if he was responsible for more murders that he wasn't convicted of, but many thought he had committed. It's fast paced and quite the thriller.
A Hundred Summers was another Beatriz Williams winner! I really have enjoyed all the books of hers that I've picked up. It's set in 1930s and is set in the northeast among high society families.
Untamed is a memoir from Glennon Doyle and she cracks me up! I really appreciated her words and it I was glad I made time for it finally.
The Woman in Cabin 10 was a bit of a let down but I still enjoyed it. I read a Ruth Ware book probably two years ago and LOVED IT, so then I thought I'd enjoy all her books and the other book of hers I read I was slightly disappointed and I was worried about this one because I had heard far too much hype about it. It was good, but it wasn't amazing. Keeps you on your toes thinking about whodunnit though.
It happened One Summer was a funny romance where the main character is based off of Alexis Rose from Schitt's Creek. Cracked me up and I totally enjoyed it. Can't wait to read the second book in this series.
Still trying to work on the focus but I have a ton of books out from the library that I'm hoping to read soon!
What did you read in February?
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