Mini Reviews: February 2023

I had a bit of a slow reading month in February, so I only ended up reading 7 books. I was a bit obsessed with Hogwarts Legacy 😂 But, here are my thoughts on the books that I did end up reading during the month of February!

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The Simple Wild by K.A. Tucker (finished on February 3rd)

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

I really enjoyed this book! I’ve never been to Alaska, or in a bush plane, but now I want to try both of those things 😂 It was a lovely story of second chances, family and discovering new parts of yourself. I really want to read the rest of the series now.

Love & Other Disasters by Anita Kelly (finished on February 16)

⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

This was a fun little love story! I loved the cooking competition, and seeing behind the scenes. The love story was sweet. I’ve never read a romance with a non-binary lead before! Also, I loved all of the little bits about Nashville that were thrown in there (that was an extra special treat for me!)

Chain of Thorns by Cassandra Clare (finished on February 17th)


I just love this world and these characters. I’m sad this is the last book we get with them (although, thankfully Cassandra Clare seems to come back to her characters often so 🤞🏼) Loved it! ❤️

Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree (finished by February 22nd)


It was a cute little book! The stakes were not as low as I was led to believe though haha I enjoyed the characters and the relationships that were fostered between them. I enjoyed it!

Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte (finished by February 23rd)


This was just okay. I enjoyed the writing style, but the content was a bit boring. The story got some steam in the last quarter of the book, which saved it from a poor rating.

Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood (finished by February 26th)


I loved this so much! Bee is a beautiful hot mess with a giant brain, and Levi is deliciously intelligent and hunky 😍 This book had me laughing out loud and my stomach fluttering with butterflies.

Like a Love Story by Abdi Nazemian (finished by February 28th)

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

This was a lovely book that at times was hard to read because the subject matter was disheartening. I didn’t know much about the AIDS pandemic, and this book told this story in such a loving way. I enjoyed this story of three teens figuring out who they are and who they love. But, this book was about so much more than their love story. It was about an entire generation who just wanted to be seen and to be loved for who they were. I knocked off a half star because I don’t really agree with the ending for one of the main characters – I found it disappointing. Overall, this was an important read.

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What books did you read in February? Have you read any of the books I did? What did you think of them? Let’s chat in the comments! 

Love and happy reading,


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