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February 2022 Wrap-Up

February: a month of feeling the bookish love!

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I’ve been looking forward to my February TBR for a long time. An entire month of romance? Thank you kindly! I jumped right in with the much-hyped The Love Hypothesis, which was as cute as its cover. (Bonus points for featuring a lot of my favourite tropes–fake dating, grumpy x sunshine, and (almost) there’s only one bed!)

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When I bought Hypothesis, it was a correction of an earlier mix-up: thinking I’d bought it already, but realising I’d confused it with the book I’d actually bought, The Kiss Quotient. As I was already grouping them together, and they both had fake dating and female characters in STEM, I went straight into Quotient after Hypothesis, and enjoyed it just as much. (Though fair warning: don’t read this over breakfast. Not unless you want to be blushing furiously into your toast.)

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Seeking something a little more PG after Quotient, I poked around my contemporary YA romances–and hoo, boy, did I strike gold! I have a feeling Tweet Cute will overshadow every YA I read for the foreseeable future–it was so cute, so well written, the characters so vivid and funny and understandable… I’m going to stop there, because I have a feeling I’ll be gushing about this one soon, but suffice to say I adored it!

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And finally, with days to spare, I’m starting my final Valentine’s read: the newly released Delilah Green Doesn’t Care! I’ve heard nothing but good about this in the 12 hours it’s been out, so I’m very excited…

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And that was my reading February! On to a mood-reading March–with something very special planned for the blog…

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How was your reading February?

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      1. I would, though with the disclaimer that none of them were very steamy. (Some may find that a good thing, others may not.) Good Neighbors (Stephanie Burgis) was a really fun one, and was my favorite read of Feb. I also liked the Cursed Luck duology (Kelley Armstrong) but that is more of an Urban Fantasy Romance. Or of course, there’s always Sorcery & Cecelia (Patricia Wrede & Caroline Stevermer) if you’re looking for a Historical Fantasy Romance.

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      2. Honestly, that could be a good thing for me after a February unintentionally full of steamy reads, haha! I’ll have to look into them–I’ve been looking for a way back into fantasy, and romance might just be it!

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  1. What a great reading month! I finally picked up a copy of The Love Hypothesis and fingers crossed I get to it this month. Loved The Kiss Quotient! And Tweet Cute is waiting on my shelf, as well. Happy to hear you loved all of these!

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