I spent most of February focusing on my TBR and I read some *wonderful* books along the way. Several have been on my TBR for far too long, but now they’re part of my February favorites list.
Daisy Jones & the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
On the surface, Daisy Jones and the Six is about as far from being a “Kim book” as you can possibly get. It was recommended to me by a friend for the #12reads12friends challenge, so I decided to give it a real go. I’m so glad I did as it’s a new all-time favorite and destined to be on my “best of” lists in December. If you’ve been on the fence about this one, give it a go. I highly recommend the audiobook. It’s full cast and utterly amazing. I can’t get this book out of my head.
Dreaming of You by Lisa Kleypas
I’m at a loss for words over Dreaming of You. I understand now why it’s so often mentioned as readers’ favorite Lisa Kleypas book. Derek Craven really is everything. I adored Sara and, well, everything about this story. Sooo many swoons. This book definitely goes in the “reread many times going forward” pile.
Wild at Heart by K.A. Tucker
I loved The Simple Wild. I fell in love with Calla and Jonah, but I didn’t know how much I would miss them. This is the book I didn’t even know I needed. Their relationship was never going to be easy, but it was worth it. It wasn’t overly angsty, but it definitely had me all up in my feelings several times. Perfection.
Mermaid Inn by Jenny Holiday
Y’all know I love my second chance romances. I can’t get enough of them. I also adore a good small-town story. Eve and Sawyer checked both boxes. I read most of this book with a giant grin on my face. From the setting to the romance to the meddlesome townspeople, I couldn’t get enough. An absolutely delightful start to a new series.
Feisty by Julia Kent
Julia Kent was one of my favorite new-to-me author discoveries in 2019 and I’m pleased she’s still going strong in 2020. I loved Feisty just as much as the first two books in the series. Fiona was a kickass heroine and I adored Fletch. Such a fun, sweet and sexy book.
Kulti by Mariana Zapata
Is there anything wrong with including a book I’ve read 9 times in my favorites for the month? I think not. In fact, as long as I’m doing a Mariana Zapata buddy read each month, you should probably just go ahead and get used to seeing her books in my monthly favorites list. 😉 Sal and Rey are everything. Sal’s dad is too pure for words. Mariana’s books are amazing. I’ll literally never get tired of listening to them. Feels all over the place.
What were your February favorites?
Did you read any of the ones on my list?
What’d you think?