Shortest Month Not Short on Books
February started out rough. Our sweet dog lost her fight with Congestive Heart Failure and we had to say goodbye. I drowned some of my sorrows in stories for sure.
Five of the nine titles I'm reviewing this month were advance galleys or audio files from NetGalley, so I want to start with a big thank you for the opportunity to read & review. I'm loving that NetGalley now has audiobooks as well as digital galleys.
Considering February only has 28 days, I read a lot of books and two of them earned a full 5-stars. So far 2023 has really started with a bang. I'm not sure how I will pick a top 10 if every month I read two or three 5-star books. Then again, it is a problem I will gladly face at the end of the year!
Below, you will find a quick glimpse into the books I read this month as well as the rating & genre. If you'd like to see my full review, click on the photo to link to my Goodreads review. In order of highest to lowest ratings this month! I recommend everything 3 stars and over.
I love to talk books so if you read any of these, send me a note! Let's discuss! Happy reading friends and take a second to cuddle your pup if you have one. They never get to stay with us long enough!!
Finding Me by Viola Davis
The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell
Historical Fiction, Audible
Good for a Girl by Lauren Fleshman
The Motion Picture Teller by Colin Cotterill
Fiction/Contemporary Fiction, Audible
The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of a Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan
by Jenny Nordberg
The Last Guest by Tess Little
Contemporary Fiction, Mystery
Forbidden City by Vanessa Hua
The House in the Pines by Ana Reyes
Every Missing Girl by Leanne Kale Sparks
Mystery/Police Thriller, Audible