February Wrap-Up

Hey y’all! These are all the books I read for February! It was a very good reading month for me. 🙂 I know this is a little early, but I know I’m not gonna finish anymore books by the end of this month haha.

my favorite half night stand

1. My Favorite Half-Night Stand by Christina Lauren

Rating: 4/5 Stars

I thought this book was really cute and I really enjoyed it. It wasn’t my favorite book, but it was definitely a fun read and I liked the romance in it. 🙂 I’ll be reading more of her books in the future, for sure. 🙂

is this anything

2. Is This Anything by Jerry Seinfeld

Rating: 4/5 Stars

I loved this book, like I knew I would, because I’m a fan of Seinfeld. It’s a quick and easy read for sure. I just kept putting it off because of dumb reasons. However, I finally forced myself to finish this book and stop putting the rest of it off haha. I did enjoy this book very much. 🙂

what I lost

3. What I Lost by Alexandra Ballard

Rating: 5/5 Stars

This book was a reread for me and I managed to read it pretty quickly. I read this book a couple years ago and couldn’t for the life of me remember it. I knew I loved it though…that’s all I could remember. So, I decided to reread it and I’m glad I did. I think this time around I actually saw more symbolism…even if the author didn’t mean it as symbolism haha, I took it that way. 

within these walls

4. Within These Walls by Ania Ahlborn

Rating: 4/5 Stars

I really liked this book. Definitely a spooky read that I enjoyed. I wasn’t a big fan of the ending though. It got a little confusing and I feel like some things were left unanswered. I definitely plan on reading some of her other novels though. 🙂 It was a pretty interesting book and even though it was long and some people thought it was slow, I thought the author did a good job with it. 🙂


5. Carve The Mark by Veronica Roth

Rating: 2/5 Stars

This book…oof. I wanted to like this book and I thought I would, but what a disappointment. Things would happen in the book and normally they would have shocked me, but I wasn’t invested at all. I wasn’t invested in the characters or the story at all. I didn’t wanna pick this book up because it was so freaking slow. I’m still trying to decide if I should suffer through the second one or not. I probably won’t though.

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