Hello February!

So it’s February, guys… How are we already a month into 2018? I still write 2017 whenever I write the date. Obviously, I’m not ready for it to be February or 2018 for that matter. Anyway, February is genuinely one of my favorite months. It’s short and sweet with an even 28 days (unless it’s a leap year). There’s Valentine’s day or Single Awareness day (take your pick), which is basically a holiday where you’re meant to consume ALL THE CHOCOLATE. It’s also the month of my birthday! So February is a good month, in my personal opinion. It probably also helps that I no longer live in a state that experiences winter.

Just like every other month, February brings a slew of fantastic new books. Here are some of the books I’m highly anticipating.

1. American Panda by Gloria Chao (2/6) – Taiwanese-American main character, Japanese love interest, and the stereotypical strict Asian parents want her to become a doctor storyline. I feel like the story could be very predictable, but I’m all for reading novels featuring Asian main characters this year. I also would like to see how Chao puts her own spin on it.

2. Assassin of Truths by Brenda Drake (2/6) – I technically already read this, but I’m putting it on my list anyway. I epically fail at finishing series. The fact that I finished this one was a major accomplishment for me. Plus, I thought Assassin of Truths was the best book in the series. More on that in my future review.

3. Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce (2/6) – Honestly, this is going on my list because it’s by Tamora Pierce. End of story.

4. Fatal Chaos by Marie Force (2/27) – The Fatal series by Marie Force is one of my favorite romantic suspense series. Plus I love Samantha Holland and her husband Nick Cappuano. Somehow though, I’m so behind. I’ve read like 6 or 7 of the now 12 novels. I vow to read them all one day.

5. To Right the Wrongs by Sheryl Scarborough (2/27) – I had no clue this book was coming out until I was doing my research for this post, which is really sad considering how much I loved To Catch a KillerTo Catch a Killer warmed my heart because of the forensic references and how she treated them. If Scarborough does the same in the sequel To Right the Wrongs, I absolutely know I’ll love it.

What books are you excited about? What should I add to my TBR? Have you read any of these books? Let me know! & Happy reading!