February Wrap-up & March TBR

Welcome to another monthly wrap-up and TBR post!

Hello, bookworms! February was a really slow reading month for me, and if the book blogs I follow on Instagram are any indication, that seemed to be a trend for a lot of people. I didn’t get through nearly as many books as I’d have liked, but I did find a new favorite, and I’ve talked my book club into reading it, so that was a huge plus!

Some of my February reads

All hyperlinks in book titles will lead to my reviews!

Books I reviewed in February…

The standout book of this month was The Lost Girls of Paris, by Pam Jenoff. This is the one I’ll be discussing with my book club, and I highly recommend it to fans of The Alice Network! 

And now on to March…


I’ve already finished a couple of books for March, one of which was The Huntress, by Kate Quinn, author of The Alice Network. 

I’m currently reading The Last Romantics, by Tara Conklin, which is the Barnes and Noble book club pick for this month. The Girly Book Club is reading A River in Darkness, by Masaji Ishikawa.

I’m awful with strict TBRs, but there are a few other books I’d like to finish this month, mainly ARCs which I’ve received: Lost Roses, by Martha Hall Kelly, American Princess, by Stephanie Marie Thornton, Before She Knew Him, by Peter Swanson and Beautiful Bad, by Annie Ward.

That’s it for today. Thanks for reading! What was your favorite book that you read in February? Is there anything you’re most looking forward to reading in March? Share in the comments!


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4 thoughts on “February Wrap-up & March TBR”

  1. I had a fairly productive February, but it was stacked with a lot of short reads… March is going to be much slower because I’ve got some monsters on my TBR pile!

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  2. Great post!

    I haven’t read any of the books you mentioned yet.

    I only read one book last month, Love, Simon. It was so good!

    Not sure what I want to read next yet.


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