What I Read in February

Check it out. I'm two-for-two on monthly book recaps! February was a shorter month with warmer weather, but that didn't stop me from being a little bookworm.

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FIRST UP! I absolutely finished China Rich Girlfriend at the beginning of the month. It was told a little differently than Crazy Rich Asians, but I loved it too. It was just as good as the first book, which I had expected but you never know with sequels. It brings in new characters and new adventures and drama. I highly recommend this series if you're late to the bandwagon like I was. 

That brings me to book number two for February: Rich People Problems -- this one took me a little longer to get into, but again I was all in. I felt defensive of Nick when Eddie was creating drama, and genuinely invested in the outcome of the story. Halfway through this, I would have told you it was my least favorite of the three, but there were so many twists and turns I didn't see coming, that when I got to the last third of the book, I literally couldn't put it down. One of those "staying up way past my bedtime to finish" reads. Again, I highly recommend this series.

I vastly over estimated how many books I would finish this month, I knew last month was setting me up for disappointment. Right now I'm working on Katherine because I got it for $1.99 thanks to my daily Kindle deal e-mails. I also snagged Murder on the Orient Express and What the Wind Knows. Hopefully I'll be able to get to more of those in March. I didn't realize what I was getting into with Katherine, I don't think, because the little status bar at the bottom of my Kindle will tell me that I have 9 hours remaining in the chapter and that is a whole lot.

What have you guys been reading? Anything I need to add to my list?

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