February Recap

Life lately
This recap is going up a couple days earlier than usual. But all the same, February will be over in 2 days (!) and my trip to Iceland is only 5 days (!!) away. I feel like all I can think about lately is this trip because I am in dire need of a vacation. If you know me in real life, then you know work has not be the greatest lately. So to make up for it, I've had a couple side projects going on (such as all the ApollyCon graphics used for totes, banners, boards, badges, you name it – are done by me!). It's been a great way to fill my time (and wallet) with the extra work but I'm ready for some R&R. Hopefully I will get that, more fun plans and some good news (wish me luck) in March!

This month's
Favorite read
Follow on Goodreads
Most liked photo
Follow on Instagram

On the blog
Book Reviews


Read but not reviewed
  • Slammed (San Francisco Thunder, #2) by Victoria Denault - 3.5 stars; I love hockey romances so that was a plus and I liked the family dynamics but I felt overall, the story got bogged down by other side plots (ie. the only two other women in the book are such unnecessary cliches). 
  • Normal (Something More, #1) by Danielle Pearl - 3 stars; I wanted to finally start at the very beginning of Pearl's Something More series to see where it all began. There were a lot of things I liked about Rory and Cap's story (basically their every interaction) but the book was just too long. 
  • Okay (Something More, #2) by Danielle Pearl - 4 stars; Rory and Cap's story spills into book 2 and I enjoyed this one far more. It was still too long and could've used a ton of editing but the pacing felt better and I was more emotionally tied to the story. 
  • Moonlight Sins (de Vincent #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout - 4 stars; A little bit of mystery, a lot of romance, hot brothers and a relatable heroine made for a solid first book in JLA's new series. 
  • Roomies by Christina Lauren - 4.5 stars; THIS  BOOK. I had never read anything  by Christina Lauren before and with ApollyCon coming up (I'll be there!), this was on my list of books to read before the event. And I am so, so glad I did. It's fun, swoonworthy and I just loved the main characters so much. 

How's your month been?

1 comment

  1. Roomies was such a fun read, and I'm glad that was also my first Christina Lauren!


with love,