What a month it has been for Reading, with 7 books read this month. I've only featured 5 in this post as my last 2 reads of the month I'm doing book tours for in March so look out for them. Anyway let's jump into those 5 books.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
Evelyn Hugo is finally ready to tell the truth about her glamorous and scandalous life. But when she chooses unknown magazine reporter Monique Grant for the job, no one in the journalism community is more astounded than Monique herself. Why her? Why now?

This is a book I've seen mentioned alot in book groups I'm in and so I jumped on the bandwagon. I can safely say that I so wished I had read this sooner. 

Verity By Coleen Hoover
Omg this has to be my favourite book of the month! In general its a book that has many have mixed reviews on but I honestly couldn't put this book down. 

Lowen Ashleigh is a struggling writer on the brink of financial ruin when she accepts the job offer of a lifetime. Jeremy Crawford, husband of bestselling author Verity Crawford, has hired Lowen to complete the remaining books in a successful series his injured wife is unable to finish. Due to graphic scenes and mature content, this book is recommended for readers 18 and up.

The lies you told by Harriet Tyce
Life is hard for Sadie Roper. Her ex-husband is unkind and domineering, she's struggling with her return to work as a barrister after nearly 10 years away from chambers, and her children hate their new school. They haven't made any friends yet and neither has she. She's at rock bottom when Liza, queen of the school gate, befriends her. Sadie is drawn into the heart of the world from which she was previously excluded, and both she and her kids start to thrive. So when Liza's family comes under threat, Sadie is the first to offer support, too loyal to worry about the danger to which she and her children might be exposed. She's keeping her friends close---what Sadie doesn't know is that her enemies are closer still...

Another brilliant read I've read this month. I didn't enjoy her previous book Blood Orange but so glad that I gave this author a chance as this was definitely more my kind of read. It definitely kept me guessing what was going to happen next and the ending was a perfect little twist.

Songbirds by Christy Lefteri
Having read the previous two books by this author I was looking forward to seeing how this one faired. It's a beautifully written book based in Cyprus and about a missing migrate domestic worker who has gone missing . The story mainly though shows how those left behind are affected. 

Yiannis is a poacher, trapping the tiny protected songbirds that stop in Cyprus as they migrate each year from Africa to Europe, and selling them on the black market. He dreams of finding a new way of life, and of marrying Nisha, who works for Petra and her daughter. Nisha is raising Petra's daughter while mothering her own child back in Sri Lanka by the screen of a phone.

When Nisha disappears, Yiannis is convinced he is responsible, paralysed by heartbreak and fear. Petra is forced to care for her child again, and when her daughter insist that they find Nisha, she begins to see that Nisha hasn't simply run away, and that no one else will bother to look for her.

Do this for you by Krissy Cela
A book about physical and mental fitness and health from Instagram star Krissy Cela. A fun read that I'm hoping gets me into exercising again.

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