February Wrap-Up


Hello beautiful book lovers! I hope you all had a wonderful reading month. As for me, I still didn’t get to read as much as I wanted and I’m now 4 books behind my Goodreads challenge. BUT, I really enjoyed all the books I read and that’s what really matters to me. I actually did a little better in February than I did last month and managed to finish reading 8 books. I know I have a long way to go and I really need to work on my Netgalley feedback ratio, but I have a good feeling about March. Anyway, how about we take a look at all the books I read this month.

Remember to click the book titles to read my reviews and view the posts.  


Collide by Nicole Sobon

3.75 – 4 ★ – SHORT AND SWOONY


Collide by Nicole Sobon is a short, but heartwarming and swoony friends to lovers story. A delightful guilty pleasure read perfect for romance lovers.

Breaking the Ice by Julie Cross

4.5 ★ – Hilarious, Adorable and Swoony


I really enjoyed Breaking the Ice! It’s the first book I read from Julie Cross and I’m definitely excited to check out her other books. This one was hilarious, sweet, and so adorable! My review for this book should be posted in a few days.


Blood Type by K.A. Linde

5 ★ – Dangerously Fun, Pleasantly Tantalizing, and So Deliciously Sexy


I absolutely loved this book! So glad I opened the email from Netgalley during Valentine’s Day Week. Damn you Netgalley… I’m trying to stay away, but you keep luring me back. I really didn’t want to request anymore books and I was doing pretty well…. BUT, that cover was too tempting and I could not resist. (After that day, I just went downhill and requested for all these other books on Netgalley and download a lot of free books from Bookbub…I seriously have a book addiction problem LOL). Anyway, as I was saying, I really LOVED everything about Blood Type! I was extremely enamored by the world building and storyline that I found it almost impossible to put the book down. It’s dark, mysterious, and quite terrifying at times, but incredibly fascinating. It’s so damn good and that insane cliffhanger will have you craving for another bite!  My review will be posted closer to the release date. If you’re a Netgalley member and fans for vampire books, then I highly suggest you request this now!


Mercury Rises by Scarlett Kol



Mercury Rises by Scarlett Kol is a fantastic retelling of Robin Hood that had me undeniably enthralled the entire time. This story totally made my emotions go haywire and I LOVED IT! Not to mention, there were some nice twist and turns that kept me on my toes.

Sweet Dreams by Marika Ray

4 ★ – Sweet, Adorable and Deliciously Swoony


This book pleasantly surprised me and had my heart melting from the start. With delicious chemistry, hilarious bantering, steamy sexy scenes, and heartwarming friendships, Sweet Dreams by Marika Ray is a delightfully fun debut novel.


Coral and Bone by Tiffany Duane



I’m really impressed with Tiffany Duane’s gorgeous and enthralling novel. Coral and Bone had fun surprises, heartbreaking moments and mind-blowing twists and turns that had me completely glued to the pages. If you’re looking for a fast-paced, engaging, and creative YA fantasy story, then definitely add this on your TBR. I’m actually reading the last book, Smoke and Ruin, right now and I just know I’m going to be really sad when it’s all over. I love being in Duane’s magical world and will miss everyone. Don’t forget to check out my Blog Tour stop and review tomorrow for the second book, Curses and Ash.

Curses and Ash by Tiffany Duane



Curses and Ash is an amazing sequel! It’s even more thrilling, suspenseful and captivating than Coral and Bone. And my heart… shattered multiple times throughout the book. I love this world and the characters and everything about this dazzling series!

How did you do with your February TBR? Have you read any of these books? Let me know in the comments down below!



12 thoughts on “February Wrap-Up

  1. If it makes you feel any better, I’m 10 books behind on my Goodreads challenge LOL I keep bouncing back and forth between leaving my goal as is and reducing it. I’m hoping that one day I’ll catch up… we’ll see 😛

    I definitely added some of these to my TBR!

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    • Ahhh that’s nothing haha. I’ve been like almost 20 books behind. Sometimes it’s just hard to find the time to read and all these other things just come up out of nowhere. I usually end up changing my goal towards the end of the year haha.

      Happy reading! Hope March will be a good one for you


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  2. Definitely better to enjoy the books you’ve read than to meet a reading goal! I don’t keep a monthly TBR, so long as I can stay on track with my reading goal which is a challenge in itself. I completed 17 books in the month of february which does include some audiobooks. I’d really like to read Julie Cross’ books too!


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