Wow, is it just me or did February just FLY by? I know February is short month but still! I think with the nice weather it made the month even shorter. Trust me, I’m not complaining! I’m ready for spring for sure! I didn’t get as many books read this month as I had hoped but I enjoyed the ones that I did read and I have a stack of books ready to go for March.
America’s First Daughter –In a compelling, richly researched novel that draws from thousands of letters and original sources, bestselling authors Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie tell the fascinating, untold story of Thomas Jefferson’s eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph–a woman who kept the secrets of our most enigmatic founding father and shaped an American legacy.
The Fringe Hours--Making time for You by Jessica Turner Ever get to the end of the day and realize you did nothing for you? In this practical and liberating book, Jessica N. Turner empowers you to take back the fringe hours–those little pockets of time you already have in your day–in order to make time for your passions and practice self-care. Based on original research, The Fringe Hours helps you overcome common hurdles that prevent women from taking time for themselves regularly. You’ll also discover tips for maximizing the time you have and discover how living this lifestyle makes you a better wife, mother, and friend.
The Ward’s Bride: Border Series Prequel Novella by Cecelia Mecca– This book is written by a fellow NEPA mom and is currently free for kindle purchases so make sure to check it out! English knight Sir Adam Dayne is offered the ultimate prize by the earl who raised him: lordship of Langford castle. All he must do is accept a betrothal to the Scottish Marcher warden’s beautiful daughter, a match made to keep peace at the tumultuous Anglo-Scottish border. Sir Adam relishes the prospect—until he meets the woman he is to wed.
So tell me, what did YOU read this month? Leave me a comment and let me know, I’m always looking for new books to check out!