I realized today that I have been doing these book round-ups since 2018 and I can’t believe it’s been that long. Sharing my favorite reads with you is one of my favorite things to do. I love hearing from you about the books you are reading and liking too. February was a short month that was FILLED with books. I have been bribing myself to do chores by listening to an audiobook. If you are feeling a little burnt out, I highly recommend listening to an audiobook that you are excited about. Time will fly.
What I Read in February
The Wedding Party: I finally finished this series by Jasmine Guillory and it was such a treat to read each book in the series. This book is the third in the series (you can read them in any order) and it was so cool to see all the different characters from each book come in and out of different scenes. This is a love story that will make you smile.
Profit First: Now I can’t say that this was a fun read because it definitely wasn’t. But, I can say it has reshaped how I am approaching accounting in my business and growth overall moving forward. If you have been working for yourself for a while or are brand new to it, READ THIS.
Badass Habits: I’ve loved Jen Sincero’s books for a long time so when I saw this, I had to read it. Unfortunately, I was left feeling a little underwhelmed. If you are working on a specific habit or have struggled to make habits stick in the past, give this book a shot. Otherwise, I recommend checking out her previous books.
Detransition, Baby: This was the first month I hosted a virtual book club with Literary League and this was our book! Detransition, Baby is about a trans woman who gets a phone call from her ex who has a strange proposition for her. The story alternates between two points of view and dives deep into the taboos around gender and sex and motherhood. I will be recommending this book to everyone that I know. I have not read a book more filled with compassion and realness in a long, long time. If this is currently in your TBR pile, move it to the top.
A Rogue of One’s Own: The sequel to Bringing Down the Duke, but you can read these in any order. This is a fun romance that follows the life of a suffragist woman who has never been married and is completely devoted to the cause. But as you probably saw coming, love sweeps in any way and this whirlwind romance has some drama! This was such a fun, lighthearted read grounded in feminism. I couldn’t put it down. If you liked watching Bridgerton, then you will like this book.