February TBR


Hello!!! For this month I decided to have an exclusively romantic TBR – being that Valentine’s Day is around the corner and all. Mind you, I don’t actually like Valentine’s, even in those occasions when I was in relationships… lol. Still, I have such an amount of romances in my TBR that I thought this would be fun :D.


  1. Wallbanger by Alice Clayton – I’ve actually started this one yesterday, and OMG! I was shaking in the train from laughing so much!!! Clive is the best cat ever!
  2. Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins – It’s finally time to get on board this train, right?
  3. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover – Yes, I’m preparing my heart for this one.
  4. The Deal (Off-Campus Book 1) by Elle Kennedy – Great reviews all around, I’m excited for this one :D.
  5. More Than Fashion by Elizabeth Briggs – Elizabeth Briggs hasn’t disappointed me so far. I’ll read this one with Cátia @The Girl Who Read Too Much.
  6. The Total Package by Stephanie Evanovich
  7. Spanish Lessons by Jessica Peterson
  8. Getting Him Back by K.A. Mitchell
  9. Did I Mention I Need You? by Estelle Maskame – This is for my buddy read with Kat @Life and Other Disasters, because the book comes out at the beginning of next month :D.
  10. Anything You Want by Geoff Herbach – If we have time, me and Kat will read this one as well.

That’s my main list for this month! All romances, between YA, NA and Chick-Lit, and 6 are ARCs ;-). If I still have time, I’ll probably keep going through my endless list of romance ebooks :).

Top Ten Tuesday: Classics I Want to Read

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Hello, welcome back to another Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is:

Top Ten Historical Settings You Love/ Ten Historical Settings You’d Love To See or Top Futuristic Books You Love/Ten Futuristic Societies I’d Love To Read in Books – basically this week is all about the past or the future….spin it however you choose!

I wasn’t going to do a TTT this week, because I don’t read nearly enough books set in the past or future to accomplish those themes. But then I remembered: CLASSICS! Most classics are set in the past, and I do have a lot of those on my TBR, so why not? So, here is my list of classics that I want to (eventually) read and that I already own.