This year is flying by and we are already in March! I know I say this every month but it truly feels like this year is FLYING by. I had ambitious plans to read a whole lot in February but between some travel and getting a stomach bug, I didn’t quite read as much as I would have liked. This is one of the reasons I don’t normally do reading goals because I find that trying to turn this into a goal-oriented hobby would leave me feeling disappointed. So if you didn’t meet your reading goal or maybe you didn’t read anything at all that’s okay!
With that said let’s dive into my February books.
Everything I Read in February
Layla: Will Colleen Hoover ever write a book that I am not immediately obsessed with? I don’t think so. This book was phenomenal and had some surprises that I couldn’t have predicted. This is a love story slash thriller. A couple returns back to where they met to rekindle their relationship after a tragic incident that has driven a wedge between them, but the B&B they returned to has some inexplicable occurrences that may just save their relationship.
Greenwich Park: Another thriller this month and this one is going to get a lot of hype (think Gone Girl kind of hype). This book follows two pregnant women who meet in birthing class but one is taking her pregnancy very seriously and the other not so much. I don’t want to share too much, because I don’t want to give anything away but this book was unputdownable.
Wish You Were Here: This was my first Jodi Picoult book and I highly recommend reading this book. It deals a lot with COVID, so it might not be the right time for you to read this but keep it in mind. This book follows Diana whose life is perfectly on track in life including a trip to the Galapagos with her serious boyfriend, soon-to-be fiancé. This is set in March 2020 and when COVID hits, Diana’s boyfriend who is a doctor has to stay in NYC to help, and she goes alone to the Galapagos. The biggest reason I loved this book was because of the author’s note at the end, it had me in tears.