Saturday, February 1, 2020

JANUARY WRAP-UP and FEBRUARY TBR

Today I would like to share my January wrap-up along with my February TBR:

Completed Books:  50

Pages read:  17,562
Pages per book:  351
Pages per day:  567


*all the book covers have embedded links to Goodreads.   


January

Hot to the Touch (Brotherhood by Fire, #1) by Jaci Burton Ignite on Contact (Brotherhood by Fire, #2) by Jaci Burton HILLARY'S BACK! a gripping crime mystery full of twists (DI Hillary Greene, #18) by Faith Martin Hillary's Final Case (DI Hillary Greene, #17) by Faith Martin Jace (Kings of Country, #1) by Sasha Summers Stalemate (Eve Duncan, #7) by Iris Johansen Cowboy Firefighter Heat (Smokin' Hot Cowboys, #6) by Kim Redford Witness Protection Widow by Debra Webb Her Homecoming Wish by Jo McNally Revolver Road (Harper McClain, #3) by Christi Daugherty Invitation Only Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #26) by Leslie MeierSilver Anniversary Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #25) by Leslie Meier Turkey Trot Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #24) by Leslie Meier Eggnog Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #23.5) by Leslie Meier British Manor Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #23) by Leslie Meier Candy Corn Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #22) by Leslie Meier Divided in Death (In Death, #18) by J.D. Robb Unforgiven by Jay Crownover Justified (Loveless, Texas #1) by Jay Crownover Cold Nose, Warm Heart (Fur Haven Dog Park, #1) by Mara Wells The Borgia Confessions by Alyssa Palombo Whiteout (Survival Instincts, #1) by Adriana AndersThe Tuscan Girl Completely gripping WW2 historical fiction by Angela Petch When We Were Brave by Suzanne Kelman A Hope For Emily An absolutely heartbreaking and gripping emotional page turner by Kate Hewitt The Matrimonial Advertisement (Parish Orphans of Devon #1) by Mimi Matthews A Modest Independence (Parish Orphans of Devon, #2) by Mimi Matthews The Winter Companion (Parish Orphans of Devon, #4) by Mimi Matthews Wild, Wild Rake (The Cavensham Heiresses #6) by Janna MacGregor About an Earl by Diana Lloyd Dead Wrong (DC Maggie Jamieson #2) by Noelle Holten Big Jack (In Death, #17.5) by J.D. Robb The Forgotten Girls by Lizzie PageA Million Dreams An absolutely heartbreaking page turner by Dani Atkins The Dilemma by B.A. Paris The Wives by Tarryn Fisher French Pastry Murder (A Lucy Stone Mystery, #21) by Leslie Meier You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks Mermaid Inn by Jenny Holiday On What Grounds (Coffeehouse Mystery, #1) by Cleo Coyle Sapphire Flames (Hidden Legacy, #4) by Ilona Andrews Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians, #1) by Kevin Kwan The Girl from Paradise Alley by Sandy Taylor Imitation in Death (In Death, #17) by J.D. RobbThe Book Thief by Markus Zusak Portrait in Death (In Death, #16) by J.D. Robb The Billionaire in Boots (Princes of Texas, #3) by Julia London The Devil in the Saddle (Princes of Texas, #2) by Julia London The Charmer in Chaps (Princes of Texas, #1) by Julia London Purity in Death (In Death, #15) by J.D. Robb 



February

I am shooting for at least fifty books this month, but I left a few spaces for last-minute books. No doubt this TBR will change a few times this month, but I hope to stick to it as close as possible. 


TBR 

The Last Real Cowboy (Cold River Ranch, #3) by Caitlin Crews Shall We Dance? by Shelley Shepard Gray Almost Just Friends (Wildstone, #4) by Jill Shalvis The Prince of Broadway (Uptown Girls, #2) by Joanna Shupe Night of the Scoundrel (The Devils of Dover, #3.5) by Kelly Bowen Becoming by Michelle Obama A Cat Called Cupid by Tilly Tennant The Girl You Gave Away by Jess Ryder Some Days Are Dark by Miranda Smith A Dog's Hope by Casey Wilson The Girl I Thought I Knew by Kelly HeardHead Over Paws by Debbie Burns The Somerset Girls A Heartwarming Novel by Lori Foster The Highland Rogue (Lords of the Highlands, #7) by Amy Jarecki Damage Done by Susan Wilkins Daughters of Wild Rose Bay (Sandy Cove, #4) by Susanne O'Leary Fearless Girl by Emma Tallon Find Her Alive (Detective Josie Quinn, #8) by Lisa Regan Well Met (Well Met, #1) by Jen DeLuca Royal Holiday (The Wedding Date, #4) by Jasmine Guillory The Women of Mulberry Lane (Mulberry Lane #5) by Rosie Clarke The Good Daughter (Good Daughter, #1) by Karin SlaughterWhisper Network by Chandler Baker With Kisses From Cécile by Anne Armistead Thin Ice (Alaska Wild Mysteries #1) by Paige Shelton Little Girls Sleeping (Detective Katie Scott, #1) by Jennifer Chase Her Last Whisper (Detective Katie Scott #2) by Jennifer Chase Nothing Ventured by Jeffrey Archer Starting Over at Blueberry Creek Includes a bonus novella (Sweetwater Springs Book 4) by Annie Rains His Unexpected Amish Twins (Unexpected Amish Blessings #1) by Rachel J. Good The Last Tourist (Milo Weaver #4) by Olen Steinhauer Survivor In Death (In Death, #20) by J.D. Robb Origin in Death (In Death, #21) by J.D. RobbVisions in Death (In Death, #19) by J.D. Robb The Magnificent Mrs Mayhew by Milly Johnson Memory in Death (In Death, #22) by J.D. Robb Quicksand (Eve Duncan, #8) by Iris Johansen Blood Game (Eve Duncan, #9) by Iris Johansen Eight Days To Live (Eve Duncan, #10) by Iris Johansen Chasing The Night (Eve Duncan, #11; Catherine Ling, #1) by Iris Johansen Lavender Blue Murder (A Tea Shop Mystery #21) by Laura Childs Summer on Moonlight Bay / Then There Was You by Hope Ramsay The Nanny by Gilly Macmillan Stop at Nothing by Michael LedwidgeFollow Me by Kathleen Barber Vanishing Girls (Detective Josie Quinn, #1) by Lisa Regan Lady Notorious (Royal Rewards, #4) by Theresa Romain 

Currently Reading 
Forever Strong (True Heroes, #6) by Piper J. Drake 

So, let's see what happens this month. It is a shorter month, and there might be days I do not feel well. If I do not read any of these, they will simply roll over into March. I would really like to focus on clearing up my NetGalley and Edelweiss backlog. However, I would like to read at least four J.D. Robb and four Iris Johansen books each this month. And, if I run across any books here that are parts of series, time permitting I may go to my online library or audiobook sources to read prior books.

10 comments:

  1. I have no clue how you read so many books.

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  2. Wow! You are the Usain Bolt in reading. Have a great month!

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  3. I am envious of how many books you get through in a month.

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  4. Wow! I don't know how you do it. I lift my hat to you.

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  5. what more can i say than agree with all of the others before me :) and WOW!

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  6. I really don't know how you do it. You are like a reading superhero. :-)

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  7. What? 50 books already? OMG you have officially freaked me out.

    Gayathri @ Elgee Writes

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  8. Oh wow amazing post Robin you had an fantastic reading month in January, good luck in reading 50 books in February. Thank you so much for sharing your awesome post.

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  9. 50 books? That is amazing! I hope your reading game remains this strong throughout the year :D

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