Hello beautiful people!
This is not a wrap up if I don’t rant about how fast the year is going by lol but is it only me or February was over in the blink of an eye? Maybe it’s because it has one or two days less than the rest of the months?
Anyway, these are the books I read in February, which the majority of them were romance. I seriously can’t stay away from it, even when I read some romances that are not that great. I think I’m going back to my teen-self when I only read this genre. I’m typing too much nonsense, here’s the wrap up y’all!
Tweet Cute by Emma Lord
This was my most anticipated release in January and I read it in February, just in time for the romantic month. I liked this story a lot, it was cute and it left me wanting to go to live in New York.
It Ain’t Me, Baby by Tillie Cole
This book was angsty, which I like, but I didn’t feel a connection between the main characters, they only had sex and because they were drawn to each other, it was true love *rolling my eyes*
Frigid by Jennifer L. Armentrout
This is a friends to lovers romance. I liked it but it was kind of maddening at times, and I was expecting a little bit more of suspense and mystery because the synopsis suggested that, which that disappointed me a little.
The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi
I just want to know why I didn’t read this book sooner. I have no idea if this is a Hades and Persephone retelling, but it gave me that type of vibes and I enjoyed it although the first part is what I liked the most about this book.
Serious Moonlight by Jenn Bennett
It was cute and adorable and I shipped the main characters a lot. It has the right amount of angst and although the mystery was like a big part of the story at first, it takes a second place as the story goes on, but I didn’t mind that at all.
An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson
I liked this book a lot. I wish there was a second book because I still have a lot of questions about the world and about the ending because it was an open one and I hate those because there are like a million possibilities of how the story truly ended.
Descendant of the Crane by Joan He
Again, why didn’t I read this sooner! I went into this book not knowing much about what it was about and other’s opinions. I was surprised how much I enjoyed it and I want more people to read it because I NEED FANART!!
And this is it. Let’s see how my reading goes in March. Tell me in the comments what’s the genre you read the most in February.
Until the next post!
Happy reading 💙