the best books i read this month – february 2020

Another month another selection of book recommendations. This month I finally published my 2020 reading goals where I go over all of my goals for the year, which you will start seeing me track at the bottom of each of my monthly posts.

I am starting to settle into my new normal routine, with my new home, my new second job, and different schedules and routines. I am excited about having a whole new library to get books from, but it has definitely been a very full and busy month.

So here are the best books that I read this month. What have you been reading and loving lately?

Undercover Bromance (Bromance Book Club, #2)

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This is such a fun romance series that focuses around a group of men who read romance novels to help them get (and keep) the women that they love. I liked this second book in the series more than the first and loved that it also dealt with some heavy (and very relevant topics)

An (Almost) Zero-Waste Life: Learning How to Embrace Less to Live More

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While I have read almost every zero waste book out there (and even wrote a full blog post about it here) this book was probably the most beautiful. I loved the different categories and how it felt like easy steps into what can be a scary topic.

Paper Girls, Vol. 6

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I am so sad that this graphic novel series is over, but I absolutely loved this finale. This series involves time travel, newspaper girls, and so so so much more.

Tweet Cute


This was a very cute rom-com with two teens who know each other at school, but then while running their family business’s social media accounts find themselves in the midst of a twitter battle.

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed


This was such an interesting memoir written by a therapist and her own relationships with both her patients, but also her own therapist. I found her voice very engaging and very easy to relate to.

A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder (A Countess of Harleigh Mystery, #1)


I read this book for the Read Harder Challenge for my mystery that had a non-woman victim and it was fun. I don’t read very many books set in the past and this setting of the turn of the century London was fun as well as a mystery that wasn’t intense, but did keep your mind turning.

2020 Recap: 2020 Reading Goals

Numbers are for the full year, topics are for the challenges I completed this month.

Goodreads Profile

Total 2020 Books: 40

Goodreads Choice Awards: 6/20

  • Non-Fiction
  • Graphic Novels
  • History and Biography

Book Riot Read Harder Challenge: 3/24

  • YA Non-Fiction
  • Graphic Memoir
  • Mystery Where the Victim is not a Woman

ARCs: 12

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