7 February Releases to Add to your TBR

2020 is such a great year in books, and if you haven’t checked out my 2020 book releases page yet, you should.  I have curated a list of some great 2020 books!  For this post, I decided to just focus on February, and choose seven books that have caught my interest the most.  I have not personally read all of these books.  In fact, I haven’t read most of these books, but for those I haven’t read, they are ones on my personal TBR.  As for those I have read, they are ones I really enjoyed.  I will make sure to distinguish them clearly for you below.  

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7. Night Spinner

 

This is a retelling of the Hatchback of Notre Dame, which in itself is intriguing.  But on top of that story itself sounds amazing,  with tons of fantasy.  Look for my review of this book soon.  

6. Of Curses and Kisses

Of Curses and Kisses by Sandhya Menon

 

I love the idea of this re-telling that’s been slightly spun on its head.  This was one of the first books form 2020 I added to my TBR and I can’t wait to read it. 

5. Foul is Fair

Foul is Fair by Hannah CapinWho doesn’t love a good revenge tale right?  I haven’t read this one yet, but it has been on my radar for a while and I can’t wait to get to it.  

4. All the Stars and Teeth 

All the Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace

Do you like the Grisha books?  Any of them?  Yes, well then this book is for you.  This book combines magic and adventure in a great way.  You can read my full review here.  

3. The Stars we Steal

The Stars We Still by Alexa Donne

 

I haven’t read this book, but I have it on good authority it’s a good read.  A word of warning though, I have heard this is more of a romance set in space than a sci-fi with romance.  If you are okay with that, which I so am, then this would be a great read.  

2. The Shadow Between Us The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller

I loved Daughter of the Pirate King, so I have very high hopes for this books.  On top of that, the synopsis sounds insanely intriguing.  

1. The Worst Best Man

Book Cover The Best worst manby Mia Sosa

You will be seeing my review of this book tomorrow, but let me tell you it is good!  I’ve been wanting a good enemies to lovers book and this one has certainly filled that need.  This is a great rom-com and I highly recommend it! 

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