February TBR

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Usually, I find that I don’t end up reading the books on my TBR. In January, however, I read every book on my TBR! Here’s my January TBR and my thoughts on the books that I read:

  • Blood for Blood by Ryan Graudin

Blood for Blood (Wolf By Wolf, #2)

After reading a string of contemporaries, I thought this book would be the perfect way to break them up…and it was! I definitely needed some action in my reading during January and this certainly delivered.

  • Life Just Got Real by Sadie Robertson

Life Just Got Real

I was actually really impressed with Life Just Got Real which makes me happy because I usually don’t find myself enjoying books written by celebrities even if they have a co-author. However, I think this book had a clear writing style (which I enjoy) and I also liked how this book included faith which doesn’t usually appear in YA books.

  • Love, Life, and the List by Kasie West

Love, Life, and the List

I was thrilled when I saw my library got this book on their shelves. I love Kasie West’s fun contemporaries and how I can breeze through them in one sitting. This book was no exception.

Now for my February TBR! Since it’s Valentine’s Day, I have a feeling that I’m going to be drawn to cute, contemporary books. Additionally, I’ve been wanting to reread some books that I read before blogging, but can’t remember. Here are my top three choices for February:

  • My Unfair Godmother by Janette Rallison

My Unfair Godmother (My Fair Godmother, #2)

I reread the first book in this series, My Fair Godmother, back in January. My sister and I loved this series in early high school and recently discovered a third book in the series. As a result, we want to read through the first two books before reading the third.

  • Sweethearts by Sara Zarr

Sweethearts

I read Sweethearts in high school, but don’t remember too much about it except that it was pretty hyped on a blogging website I read in high school. I’ve been taking pictures of this book for my Bookstagram and I’ve really wanted to read it again.

  • Be Mine by Sabrina James

Be Mine

I love the books Sabrina James write about North Ride High, but I still haven’t read Be Mine. Since this book centers on Valentine’s Day, it would be such a cute book to read during the month of February!

 

What books do you hope to read in February?

 

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4 thoughts on “February TBR

  1. Nice TBR. I can never stick to a TBR, mainly due to being a very weird reader in the fact I can go days without reading and then suddenly I’ve devoured an entire book in one day. And it doesn’t help that I’m also more of a mood reader. I LOVE Kasie West’s writing. I think so far I’ve only read one book of hers which was The Distance Between Us but I enjoyed it and I do intend to get round to reading some of her other books 🙂

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    • Same! Sometimes I’ll get stuck on one book for two weeks and then I’ll finish a couple within a few days. I definitely recommend P.S. I Like You and Love, Life, and the List–they are my favorites by Kasie West!

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      • Oooo I shall have to check them out at some point…when my TBR isn’t about to strangle me because I’ve neglected it haha 🙂

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