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What I read in February

What I read in February

Welcome to the second post in my what I read in...series, 2019's reading challenge has got off to a great start, I read six books last month and five in February, well five and a half, but I will just have to carry that one over into March.

So without further  ado, here's what I read in February;

Eve of Man - Giovanna and Tom Fletcher ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Set in a dystopian future, in which mother nature has punished the human race for the damage to the earth, by withholding female births, until Eve the first girl born in 50 years. But has mankind learned from its mistakes? 
Loved this story from start to finish and cannot wait for the next in the trilogy, read my full review here.

One day in December - Josie Silver ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Laurie thinks love at first sight only exists in the movies, until one misty day in December through the bus window she locked eyes with him, the one! Will she ever find him? are they meant to be together? Does love at first sight really exist?
Love love loved this book, a beautifully written love tale, full of surprises.

The Cactus - Sarah Haywood ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Susan Greene is a prickly self contained character stuck in her ways, she has her perfect London flat, well away from Birmingham and her feckless brother and a personal arrangement offering culture and intimate benefits. That is until everything starts to unravel after the death of her mother, and her unfair will. Susan starts to loose control of her curated life and she doesn't like it.

Believe Me - JP Delaney ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Claire is a Brit in America, an actor without a green card, she needs to earn money so agrees to work for a divorce lawyer. Claire's hired to entrap straying husbands, she catches them on tape making seductive propositions. Until she finds herself embroiled in a murder case, a wife is brutally killed and the police suspect the husband. Claire is a master at manipulation and assuming a character, she's an actress after all.  Can she lure him into a confession? how difficult could it be to tempt a killer into a trap?
But who is the decoy and who is the prey?
This was twisty and psychological and had me guessing until the end a real page turner.

The Keeper of Lost Things - Ruth Hogan ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
A beautifully written and charming story of endless possibilities, joyful discoveries and the promises we make and break. About objects that hold meaning to us and the connections that bind us. Anthony is the keeper of lost things, upon his death Laura his loyal housekeeper is charged with reuniting these precious memories to their rightful owners.

What should I be adding to my TBR pile? suggestions please!

Here's What I read in January in case you missed it

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  1. Thanks for sharing :) I will be adding these to my list. Hope you do another post like this again soon. Xx


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