Guys, I read two books in February. TWO BOOKS. I am beyond ashamed of myself and have decided that I'm going to devote as much time as possible this month on reading. No more Friends marathons on Netflix (okay, maybe a couple of episodes) and no more whatever that other crap is that I've been doing instead of reading.
16. Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella
I picked this book because another blogger (and I can't for the life of me remember who!) said they read it and it kinda sucked... so in my world it made sense that I would read it. I totally got what I deserved here. The book was okay, but ridiculous and predictable. Basically a girl thinks she's about to get proposed to, but when her boyfriend doesn't propose she gets all worked up, dumps him, and then marries a guy she knew 15 years ago but hasn't seen since. Sounds brilliant, right? Like all Sophie Kinsella books; it's either dumb or cute. You can guess which category this fell into.
17. Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty
I read Moriarty's The Husband's Secret a few months ago and couldn't put it down. This book started a little slower, and there were pieces I didn't love, but about halfway through it because everything I hoped it would. Like The Husband's Secret, this book involved a LOT of characters, so it can be a challenge to keep everyone and their stories straight, but when it all comes together it's pretty intense and mind-blowing. When I finished the book I tossed it on the bed next to me and yelled "ohmyfreakinggod!"- Drew wasn't impressed since it was 1 am and he was sound asleep.
What are some books I should be checking out in my re-devotion to reading?