What I Read in
One of my favorite things to do is to read. This year I have made it my goal to read 100 books, and I wanted to take you along on my journey. Each month starting with my February picks, I will post my top 5 reads that I recommend. I will be rating out of 5 stars as well as summarizing my thoughts on the book. Feel free to join along and let me know any recommendations you have as well.
Things We Never Got Over
by Lucy Score
I think this may be my favorite read of February 2023. Based in the small, fictional town of Knockemout, the story follows Naomi as she has to learn to navigate small town drama, she is suddenly thrown into thanks to her evil twin. This proves to be difficult as she is constantly met with a grumpy, hot hairdresser around every corner.
I absolutely loved this read, and I could not put it down. I definitely recommend. I am currently reading the second book in the series in March and cannot wait to review it as well.
By Riley Sager
I am a huge fan of Riley Sager and read every book he puts out. Though this one is not one of my top favorites of his.. I did still enjoy it. My personal favorites of his are The Last Time I Lied and Home Before Dark.
This story follows the main protagonist Quincy, who is a final girl. Trying to forget her past, she seemingly has a normal life until another final girl decides to come into her life and turn it upside down.
Overall, I did enjoy the book. As any classic Riley Sager novel, you never expect the twists and turns coming your way.
By Hannah Grace
I am giving this amazing read a 4 out of 5 stars. I loved every second of this book so much so I could not put it down and finished it so quickly. It's a sweet romance novel that follows these two-archnemesis on the ice.Anastasia- figure skater and Nathan- a hockey player are constantly at each others throats...but could it be love?
I highly recommend picking up this book to read as you will not regret it.
The Last to Vanish
by Megan Miranda
I am a big fan of Megan Miranda. The Last House Guest is one of my favorite books. This read started out a little slow for me, but did pick up towards the middle. In the end it kept me on the edge fo my seat. It follows Abigail, who lives in a small town in the mountains of North Carolina, as she tries to navigate noisy tourists after a string of disappearances.
Overall, I do recommend this read, but I will say that there are other Megan Miranda stories I love alot more.
Eight Hundred Grapes
by Laura Dave
Laura Dave does not disappoint. This book, based in the wine country of California, follows a runaway bride after she leaves her fiancé at the altar.
Overall, I thought it was such a cute book, and I loved following the story of this family as well.
I definitely recommend picking up this book and giving it a read.