January is in the wind, February is upon us, and I'm still working on catching up. My knee rehab is going well. In fact, I've graduated from physical therapy sessions - YAY! - and am now working on strength and endurance. The endurance part is slow going - a virus that sapped all my energy didn't help - but I'm determined to reach my goals. Goal number one is to have enough energy to return to my morning walks at the zoo. I miss my furry and feathery friends! In the meantime, books are keeping me company in between walking laps around the pool deck. Here are the titles on the schedule for February.
Launching the month on Wednesday, February 1 is a review of The Three Lives of Alix St. Pierre by Natasha Lester. I thoroughly enjoyed this historical fiction novel set within three time periods during the 1930's - 1940's.
Friday, February 3 brings a review of Love on the Line by Anabelle Bryant. This cross-class historical romance launches Bryant's Vauxhall Voices series.
We're returning to present day on Monday, February 6 with a review of Starting Over On Sunshine Corner by Phoebe Mills. This newest addition to Mills' Sunshine Corner, contemporary romance series offers up a heart-tugging friends-to-lovers romance.
I love debut novels! Swing by Tuesday, February 7 when I share my thoughts about Love and Other Perennial Habits by debut author Emmaline Warden. This historical romance launches Warden's A Genus of Gentlemen series and has me eagerly anticipating more from this new author.
Join me Monday, February 13 for a review (and giveaway) of A Love by Design by Elizabeth Everett, another page-turner in her Secret Scientists of London, historical romance series.
On Friday, February 17, we'll be Falling in Love on Sweetwater Lane. Stop by to read my thoughts about this third book in Belle Calhoun's heart-tugging, small-town, Mistletoe Maine series.
We're diving into intrigue and danger on Tuesday, February 21 with a review of Going Rogue in Red Rye County by Katie Mettner.
Wrap up the month of February with us on Tuesday, February 28 when I share my thoughts about Ana Takes Manhattan, an upcoming romcom by Lissette Decos.
What are you looking forward to this month?
Is your 2023 reading off to a fast start or a more leisurely one?
What was your favorite book from your January reading?
One randomly chosen person who posts a comment no later than 11:00 PM, February 4 will receive a package of books from my stash.
*Must be 18
*Void where prohibited