February in Review

february in review

Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard — 4 stars
Red Queen was one of my favorite reads of 2015, so I was beyond thrilled to receive a Glass Sword ARC from the publisher. Glass Sword picks up right where Red Queen ended, and Mare is in a very dark place after what happened at the end of Red Queen. Throughout the novel, Mare and gang go on a hunt for all the newbloods on Julian’s list. While I did enjoy learning about all the different abilities and seeing them in action, it was hard keeping all the new characters straight. I had previously seen Red Queen as a fantasy with dystopian aspects, but Glass Sword was definitely more dystopian with fantasy aspects. Full review here.

What You Always Wanted by Kristin Rae — 3.5 stars
What You Always Wanted 
is the second novel I’ve read from Bloomsbury’s If Only romance line, and I hope to read the other stories soon. What You Always Wanted was a cute, fun romcom, and I enjoyed that this book was a light, easy read that put a smile on my face while reading it. Full review here.

The New Guy (and Other Senior Year Distractions) by Amy Spalding — 4 stars
Do you ever just get in those moods where you just need a cute, silly, and fun story to read? That’s the kind of mood I was in when I read The New Guy (and Other Senior Year Distractions) and it was the perfect answer for me. The New Guy is a light, fun, and charming read, and it fits perfectly into the romcom genre. I was surprised by how fun The New Guy was and how much I enjoyed the humor and cute silliness. Full review here.

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