How is everyone doing today? Today I’m bringing you a list of some of my anticipated February releases. I don’t know if I’m actually going to read any or all of these books, but they all sound excellent and maybe I’ll get to them someday. Spoiler alert, this list features a lot of romance titles.
Another quick update I want to give is I have officially signed up for the Amazon Associate program through Amazon Canada, so I’m going to start putting affiliate links in my posts. Going forward, any posts that have affiliate links will have a disclaimer at the bottom, and I will mark any affiliate links with an asterisk so it’s clear that it’s an affiliate link.
The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont (February 1, 2022): I’ve been reading a lot of Agatha Christie lately and a fictional look at the author is something I definitely want to read. The Christie Affair is about Agatha Christie’s Husband’s Mistress and what Agatha Christie discovered during her eleven-day disappearance. The premise of this book is intriguing, and even though I’ve heard some mixed things about it, I’m still looking forward to seeing how everything unfolds.
You can pre-order The Christie Affair from Amazon* here
Not The Witch You Wed by April Asher (February 8, 2022): Last year I read The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling, which was a lot of fun and made me want to read more witchy romance books. Not the Witch You Wed features a fake relationship between a magic-less witch and a wolf shifter, which sounds like so much fun. Fake-dating is usually a hit and miss trope for me, but the idea of fake dating an ex sounds like it has the potential to be an enjoyable read.
You can pre-order Not The Witch You Wed from Amazon* here
A Perfect Equation by Elizabeth Everett (February 15, 2022): This book is a sequel to a book that I haven’t read yet. A Perfect Equation is the second book in The Secret Scientists of London series, which is a series that I’ve had my eye on since I saw A Lady’s Formula for Love popping up everywhere last year. Historical romance is a fun genre, and I love it when it features women who are badasses. This book features a secret haven for England’s women scientists and an “insufferably attractive” Lord. I definitely need to get my hands on the first book in this series at some point and then dive into this one.
You can pre-order A Perfect Equation from Amazon* here
Meet Me in the Margins by Melissa Ferguson (February 15, 2022): Who doesn’t love books about books? Meet Me in the Margins is about an editor at a fancy publishing house who is secretly writing a romance novel in her spare time. When she accidentally leaves her manuscript out and she comes back to see notes in the margins, she needs to figure out who the mystery editor is. The premise of this book sounds super cute and I personally love books about books, so I’m hoping this book is as cute as it looks.
You can pre-order Meet Me in the Margins from Amazon* here
One Night on the Island by Josie Silver (February 15, 2022): I really enjoyed One Day in December and I’m looking forward to reading another book by Josie Silver sometime soon. This book is about two people who were planning on spending some solitary time at a remote cabin but end up forced together when there’s a booking mishap and they both end up renting the same cabin at the same time. Forced proximity is a fun trope and I’m looking forward to reading this one at some point this year.
You can pre-order One Night on the Island from Amazon* here
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