I'm very proud of myself this month! I read four books, which is especially impressive since February is such a short month. As a result, I had a great reading month! Here are the great books I read in February.
It starts with Cindy Callaghan's Lucky Me. Cindy rocks for two reasons: one, she writes for my publisher, Simon & Schuster/Aladdin M!x. Second, her book has been made into a TV series, which has been picked up by Amazon Prime. That's the best thing ever!!! So...I indulged in her July 2014 release:
February was the perfect month to read Lucky Me because I can tell you about it now--right before St. Patrick's Day. If you're looking for an Irish-themed read for March, this is your book! Meghan McGlinchey is very superstitious--so superstitious that when she receives a chain letter, she has to respond. It can't hurt to forward it on by email, right? Wrong! If you have a tween girl in your life, get her this book as a St. Patrick's Day gift. She'll love it!
If you're a regular around here, you probably know Cathrina Constantine. I'm happy to say she's not only a great blogger, but an amazing writer, as well. I plan to read her latest book, but in the meantime I read Wickedly They Come:
The book kicks off with a major action scene, pulling you in right away. I don't want to give too much away, but Cathrina's main character, Jordan, could give Buffy a run for her money! I can't wait to read Cathrina's latest.
I also read The Chemistry of Fate by my blogging friend Meradeth Houston. Check out this enchanting cover:
First I have to emphasize that paranormal isn't really my thing and I loved this book. It is, first and foremost, a romance and a new adult one at that. You couldn't help but root for Tom and Ari (the Sary!) from page one all the way to the end. Plus, it's only $.99!!!
Next up is This is How It Ends by Jen Nadol, which I read as part of an ARC tour. Yay for ARC tours because one book can travel around the country, meeting many readers along the way. This tour introduced me to an amazing book:
This is just the kind of book I love. A little bit of supernatural, a little bit of murder mystery. A group of kids glimpse the future through a pair of binoculars...and that's where the adventure begins. Jen has created a great group of relatable characters. I was glad I got to read it! It reminded me of the Harlan Coben books that are my eternal addiction.
What was the best book you read in February? Want to join in? Enter your link below and post your favorite book(s) of the month.