What I’ve Been Reading this Month – February

I didn’t manage quite as many books this month, but I have had quite a hectic one, starting freelance work, and working harder than ever on my blog after registering as a self-employed!

I did fit in some reading in the bath and before bedtime, and I really got into both books I did read, which were completely different to each other!

The Sister – Louise Jensen

I started reading this book one night and immediately I was hooked. It is my favourite of book genres, a psychological thriller, and I really enjoyed the twists and turns, right up to the very end.

I found it a little confusing at times how it flips between the past and present, especially if I hadn’t noticed at the start of the chapter, but it was only a small niggle, and the story was better with this element, allowing the reader to uncover the secrets from the past along with the main character, Grace.

I found myself changing how I felt about several characters throughout the book, and at times I was on the edge of my seat so angry and upset for Grace, which shows you just how well written this book is.

I can’t wait to read another book by Louise now, especially as there was an excerpt at the end of this one.

I Heart Forever – Lindsey Kelk

After reading something quite dark and heavy, I decided to go for something more laid back for my next book.

I started reading the ‘I Heart’ series years ago, and like most people who read these books, I fell in love with the main character Angela, and have really enjoyed following her story as it evolved.

As you can imagine from the title, this is the last book in the series, and so I figured that it would be quite bittersweet when it came to an end.

Without giving away too much of the plot, I was so pleased for Angela when, despite the usual chaos that her life ensues, she managed to get her happy ending, and everything worked out well.

What have you been reading lately? Any recommendations?

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