January and February 2022 Book Recap

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Hello, friends! It’s been a while, but this winter has flown by, and thus writing has slipped through my fingers.

I read five great books during January and February and can’t wait to share them with you all.

TitleAuthorMy RatingNumber of PagesDate Finished
The Sweetest FixTessa Bailey4 Stars208January 15, 2022
It Happend One SummerTessa Bailey5 Stars397January 25, 2022
*With Love From LondonSarah Jio5 Stars375February 8, 2022
*Meet Me in the MarginsMelissa Ferguson4 Stars320February 20, 2022
*By Any Other NameLauren Kate5 Stars304 February 28, 2022
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*Indicates Advance Reader Copy

It would be difficult to choose a favorite from all of these stories. They were all similar in their own ways. The were unlying themes such as book publishing/Bookstagram/book stores (With Love From London, Meet Me in the Margins, and By Any Other Name) and finding love (all of them). The genre was consistent with RomCom/Women’s Fiction.

However, if I had to choose a favorite, With Love From London wins with By Any Other Name in a close second. Again, that’s not to say that all these books weren’t fantastic. These two just had plot points that made me ugly cry or smile too hard.

I’ll be posting my reviews for each of these books in the next week so keep an eye for them coming your way!

You can find each of the books here:

The Sweetest Fix

It Happened One Summer

With Love From London

Meet Me in the Margins

By Any Other Name

Have you all read any of these? Are there typical genres that you find yourself leaning towards? I clearly have a type, haha!


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