February Reads and Reviews
Another great month of reading! I spent a lot of time outside this month reading on our balcony- it's one of my favorite places to read and really got me to finish a lot of books this month. There were some great ones and also some I wouldn't recommend, in lots of genres! Here's what I read in February-
The Holiday Swap by Maggie Knox
An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks
Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson
Pretty Little Wife by Darby Kane
The Spanish Love Deception by Elena Armas
The Guest List by Lucy Foley
Quick and easy read. A little slow to start but then I couldn't read fast enough to keep up with the action. I really liked how the story was told from the point of view of 5 different characters and also switched from the past to present. I think that's what helped keep the story moving along and you could never get bored. Great ending that is full of twists till the last page. Loved!
The Heart Principle by Helen Hoang
I liked this book a lot, but didn't love it. I appreciated how the author created a character that mirrored her own experience with being on the autistic spectrum, and offered an insight into a world I don't really know much about. I also loved how she was a violinist since I used to play the violin and you never see musicians as the main characters! The scenes with Quan and Anna melted my heart (especially as they were getting to know each other) but the rest I found a little repetitive but also seemed to fly by -In particular the scene at the Grand Canyon?! That whole chapter gave me whiplash!