The first month of 2017 has come to an end, so I thought I would do another reading wrap-up.
January was a good reading month. I was able to read 4 books, which is very good for me.
First I finished Some Kind of Perfect by Becca and Krista Ritchie, a 5 star read.
This was the perfect conclusion to the Addicted / Calloway Sisters series. It was a well written book containing stories from all the characters in this series. It was so nice to see how everyone's story 'ended', but it was also bittersweet, because this was the last book with these beloved characters.
The second book I read was a prequel novella: Non-Heir by Rachel E. Carter. I got this for free by signing up for her newsletter.
This is the first novella I gave 4 stars, you can find my full review here.
The next one I finished was one of my most anticipated releases of 2016. I even ordered the November MyBookishCrate box because it was going to include this book and that is Heartless by Marissa Meyer.
This book was so amazing and well-written, I gave it a definite 5 stars. It even made me feel sorry for the Queen of Hearts and I understand where she is coming from. I will post my full review soon.
In January I joined the Of Wonderland Book Club on Goodreads. January's theme was fantasy, which is right up my alley. My second read for the OW Book Club - the first one was Heartless - was First Year by Rachel E. Carter.
I recently became a member of her review team, so I got this as a free e-book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I loved this book and gave it 4.5 stars. I immediately moved on to book two: Apprentice (which I'm still reading). You can find my Goodreads review for First Year here. You can find my full review here.
I know I don't do TBR's anymore, but I just wanted to share February's theme for the OW Book Club, which is badass females. My 'TBR' is not set in stone, but I might be rereading Throne of Glass or Falling Kingdoms. And I will continue with 'The Black Mage' series by Rachel E. Carter.
What books did you read this month? Did you enjoy them? Let me know in the comments.
Bye for now