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Cyliena | 236 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge


1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


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You can choose any number of categories depending on your reading speed, book availability and/or time commitment.

When posting your challenge progress, please make sure to put the date/s when you finished your book/s.

Upon completion, please repost your challenge as it helps when updating; you may update your original challenge as you go or repost if you choose.

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message 2: by Cyliena (last edited Jan 21, 2020 01:41PM) (new)

Cyliena | 236 comments Here are some lists that might help with this month's categories:


💜 Happy February Birthday! 💜
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💜 Flower of the Month – Violet 💜
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💜 FAC – Jeaniene Frost 💜
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💜 White Shirt Day 💜
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💜 Cherry Pie Day 💜
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💜 Tell a Fairy Tale Day 💜
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💜 Westminster Dog Show 💜
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message 3: by Cyliena (last edited Feb 29, 2020 03:48PM) (new)

Cyliena | 236 comments Here's mine!


Completed: 10/10

✔ 1. Happy February Birthday: Survivors (2/11) 3.5★
✔ 2. FotM - Violet: Another (2/9) 3★
✔ 3. FAC - Jeaniene Frost: Carpool (2/2) 3★
✔ 4. White Shirt Day: Crazy (2/7) 4★
✔ 5. Cherry Pie Day: Sweet Tooth: An Enemies to Lovers Sweet Romance (2/29) 1★
✔ 6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day: As Wicked As They Come (2/27) 3★
✔ 7. Westminster Dog Show: Rugged (2/28) 2★
✔ 8. Creative Romance Month: His Plain Jane (2/28) 2.75★
✔ 9. Pluto Day: When She's Married (2/28) 3★
✔ 10. Reader's Choice: Office Mate (2/3) 3★

Survivors (Hell Squad #19) by Anna Hackett Another (Voyeur, #4) by Fiona Cole Carpool (Milford College, #1) by Noelle Adams Crazy (The Gibson Boys, #4) by Adriana Locke Sweet Tooth An Enemies to Lovers Sweet Romance by Devin Joubert As Wicked As They Come (University of Morgana Academy of Enchantments and Witchcraft #6) by Emma Dean Rugged by Shay Violet His Plain Jane (Happy Endings #3) by L. Nicole When She's Married by Ruby Dixon Office Mate (Milford College, #2) by Noelle Adams



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message 4: by Bookchaser (last edited Feb 26, 2020 11:04PM) (new)

Bookchaser | 1860 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge


10/10 Completed


01. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
A Wild Pursuit by Eloisa James 02/26/20
02. Flower of the Month ~ Violet: 💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
The Valentine's Curse by Jodi Thomas 02/04/20
03. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) ~ Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.
You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.
Double Hexed by Allyson James 02/17/20
04. White Shirt Day (February 11): 💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Simple Gone South by Alicia Hunter Pace 02/03/20
05. Cherry Pie Day (February 20): 💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
Recipe for Romance by Olivia Miles 02/09/20
06. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26): 💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.
Simply Love by Mary Balogh 02/10/20
07. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Love at First Bark by Debbie Burns 02/05/20
08. Creative Romance Month: 💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
Every Little Kiss by Kim Amos 02/23/20
09. Pluto Day: 💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
Raider by Justine Davis 02/15/20
10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
The Valentine Wedding Dress by Sherryl Woods 02/06/20



A Wild Pursuit (Duchess Quartet, #3) by Eloisa James The Valentine's Curse by Jodi Thomas Double Hexed (Stormwalker, #2.5) by Allyson James Simple Gone South (Gone South, #3) by Alicia Hunter Pace Recipe for Romance by Olivia Miles Simply Love (Simply Quartet #2) by Mary Balogh Love at First Bark (Rescue Me, #4) by Debbie Burns Every Little Kiss (White Pine, #3) by Kim Amos Raider (Coalition Rebellion, #4) by Justine Davis The Valentine Wedding Dress by Sherryl Woods


message 5: by Michaele (last edited Feb 29, 2020 07:08PM) (new)

Michaele | 4089 comments 10/10

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book with purple on the cover - The Will, Kristen Ashley, 2/18

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: 💜 Read a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title. Loving Jay, Renae Kaye, 2/7

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 You may also read a book where a character travels by car, Deacon, Kristen Ashley, 2/12

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: 💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, It's Not Shakespeare, Amy Lane, 2/8

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: 💜 Read a book with a character who bakes Saddle Up, A.M. Arthur, 2/7

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: 💜 Read a book that makes you happy, Upside Down, N.R. Walker, 2/16

7. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 Read a book with a dog in it. Games of the Heart, Kristen Ashley, 2/5

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 Read a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; Once in a Forest, Ofelia Gränd, 2/1

9. Pluto Day: 💜 Read a book with a character who enjoys science. One Giant Leap, Kay Simone, 2/14

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice. Across the Pond, R.J. Scott, 2/29

The Will (Magdalene, #1) by Kristen Ashley Loving Jay (Loving You, #1) by Renae Kaye Deacon (Unfinished Hero, #4) by Kristen Ashley It's Not Shakespeare (It's Not Shakespeare, #1) by Amy Lane Saddle Up (Clean Slate Ranch, #3) by A.M. Arthur Upside Down by N.R. Walker Games of the Heart (The 'Burg, #4) by Kristen Ashley Once in a Forest (Nortown, #2) by Ofelia Gränd One Giant Leap by Kay Simone Across the Pond (Arizona Raptors #2) by R.J. Scott


message 6: by Georgina (last edited Feb 10, 2020 05:48AM) (new)

Georgina Parkin (geosbookblog) | 252 comments Read 10/10

1. Happy February Birthday. Read a book published in February:
The Wide Window 8/2

2. Flower of the Month – Violet. Read a book with a couple making a commitment: Penny's Protector 9/2

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost. Read a book where a character travels by car: Where Winter Finds You 3/2

4. White Shirt Day – February 11. Read a book with any method of transportation on its cover: Damnable Grace 11/2

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20. Read a book with a character who eats a baked good: Sugar Daddy 8/2 (chocolate/raspberry birthday cake)

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26. Read a retelling of a fairy tale: Jackie and the Giant 9/2

7. Westminster Dog Show. Read a book with a dog in it: Bite Deeper 9/2

8. Creative Romance Month. Read a book where a couple has a unique date: Can't Touch This 6/2

9. Pluto Day. Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi): Won by an Alien 2/2

10. Reader's Choice. Read any book of your choice: Priest 7/2


message 7: by Frankie (last edited Feb 20, 2020 05:20PM) (new)

Frankie Johnson | 218 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
February 1, 2020 - February 29, 2020

10/10 Completed. Finish!


1. Happy February Birthday!:
💜 Read a book published in February.
My Maddie-Tillie Cole 2/06

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
Violent Ends-Jessica Hawkins 2/20

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost
💜 You may also read a book where a character travels by car.
Fries Before Guys-Lani Lynn Vale 2/13

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with white on its cover.
Impact-Haley Jenner 2/13

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
Married in Michigan-Jasinda Wilder 2/09

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a book with a happily-ever-after ending.
Cowboy in Colorado-Jasinda Wilder 2/09

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Risky Play-Rachel Van Dyken 2/11

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover.
You. Me. Bed. Now.-Olivia T. Turner 2/02

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts).
The A.I. Who Loved Me-Alyssa Cole 2/01

10. Reader's Choice:
💜 Read any book of your choice.
Prisoned-Marni Mann 2/19
My Maddie (Hades Hangmen, #8) by Tillie Cole Violent Ends (White Monarch, #2) by Jessica Hawkins Fries Before Guys (SWAT Generation 2.0 #2) by Lani Lynn Vale Impact by Haley Jenner Married in Michigan by Jasinda Wilder Cowboy in Colorado by Jasinda Wilder Risky Play (Red Card, #1) by Rachel Van Dyken You. Me. Bed. Now. by Olivia T. Turner The A.I. Who Loved Me by Alyssa Cole Prisoned (Prisoned, #1) by Marni Mann


message 8: by ~Teresa (last edited Feb 20, 2020 06:45PM) (new)

 ~Teresa | 325 comments ❤️ FEBRUARY MONTHLY CHALLENGE ❤️
2/1 - 2/29/2020

Progress ~ 10/10

❤️1. Happy February Birthday ~ Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover ~ Miss Match ~ 2/27/12 publication date ~ 2/7/2020

❤️2. Flower of the Month ~ Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations, a book with a couple making a commitment, a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title ~ The Sleeping Arrangement ~ 2/5/2020 ~ Couple making a commitment.

❤️3. Featured Author Challenge ~ Read a book written by Jeaniene Frost, any author with her first or last name, a book set in Florida, a book by an author from Florida, a book published in 2007, an Urban Fantasy book or a book where a character travels by car ~ Sit...Stay...Beg ~ 2/7/2020 ~ Travel by car.

❤️4. White Shirt Day ~ Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired, a book with white on the cover, any method of transportation on the cover or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement ~ The Flatshare ~ 2/4/2020 ~ Bargain/Deal/Arrangement.

❤️5. Cherry Pie Day ~ Read a book with a character who bakes, a character who eats a baked good, a book with food on the cover, a book with red on the cover, or a book set in Michigan ~ Fatal Fixer-Upper ~ lots of baking happening and lots of baked goods being eaten ~ 2/16/2020

❤️6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day ~ Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology, a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about ~ Mystic Tea ~ Fantasy ~ 2/15/2020

❤️7. Westminster Dog Show ~ Read a book with a dog in it, a book with an animal on its cover, a book set in the 1800s, a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition in it ~ Deep in the Heart ~ 2/9/2020 ~ Hound dog named Rebel.

❤️8. Creative Romance Month ~ Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter, a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover, a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on the cover, a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated, or a book where a character does something creative ~ Boss Man Bridegroom ~ unique proposal ~ 2/20/2020

❤️9. Pluto Day ~ Read a book with a science/sci-fi theme, a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, a character who enjoys science, any book published in 2006, a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover ~ Dark Isle ~ Celestial object on cover ~ 2/19/2020

❤️10. Reader's Choice ~ Read any book of your choice ~ Storm Island ~ 2/10/2020

The Sleeping Arrangement by Neva Bell Miss Match (Lauren Holbrook, #1) by Erynn Mangum The Flatshare by Beth O'Leary Sit...Stay...Beg (The Dogfather, #1) by Roxanne St. Claire Deep in the Heart by Sharon Sala Mystic Tea by Rea Nolan Martin Storm Island (Kate Pomeroy Mystery, #1) by Linda Watkins Fatal Fixer-Upper (A Do-It-Yourself Mystery, #1) by Jennie Bentley Dark Isle (Dark Isle Series Book 1) by David Longhorn Boss Man Bridegroom by Meghan Quinn


message 9: by Morgan Dungan (last edited Feb 19, 2020 06:07PM) (new)

Morgan Dungan | 25 comments Completed: 9/10

1. Happy February Birthday: (purple cover) - The Magnolia Inn by Carolyn Brown 02/11/2020
2. FOTM - Violet:
3. FAC - Jeaniene Frost: Give In by Layla Frost 02/02/2020
4. White Shirt Day: (transportation on cover) Praying for Rain by B.B. Easton 02/04/20
5. Cherry Pie Day: (red on cover) Blink by K.L. Slater 02/13/2020
6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day: (happily ever after) Slip of the Tongue by Jessica Hawkins 02/09/20
7. Westminster Dog Show: (New York) - The Stillwater Girls by Minka Kent - 2/1/20
8. Creative Romance Month: (creative date) - 180 Seconds by Jessica Park 2/14/2020
9. Pluto Day: (scientist character) - Ensnared by J.S. Scott 02/05/20
10. Reader's Choice: Under Darkening Skies by Ray Kingfisher 02/19/20

The Magnolia Inn by Carolyn Brown Give In by Layla Frost Praying for Rain (The Rain Trilogy, #1) by B.B. Easton Blink by K.L. Slater Slip of the Tongue by Jessica Hawkins The Stillwater Girls by Minka Kent 180 Seconds by Jessica Park Ensnared (The Accidental Billionaires, #1) by J.S. Scott Under Darkening Skies by Ray Kingfisher


message 10: by Andrea (last edited Feb 23, 2020 01:53PM) (new)

Andrea | 101 comments 10/10

1. Happy February Birthday. Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover: Love Potion 69 - Feb23 - 3*

2. Flower of the Month – Violet. Read a book shelved as LGBT - Warm Heart - Feb17 - 3*

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – You can also read a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy - The Mage on the Hill - Feb19 - 5*

4. White Shirt Day – February 11. Read a book with any method of transportation on its cover - At Home - Feb19 - 2*

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20. Read a book with a character who bakes - Ben's Bakery and the Hanukkah Miracle - Feb23 - 3*

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26. Read a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology - Mainly by Moonlight - Feb14 - 5*

7. Westminster Dog Show. Read a book with with an animal on its cover - Fair Isn't Life - Feb21 - 5*

8. Creative Romance Month. Read a book where a couple has a wedding, or a book with flowers on its cover - Cowboy Seeks Husband - Feb9 - 3*

9. Pluto Day. Read a book set in England - Oz - Feb15 - 5*

10. Reader's Choice. Read any book of your choice - Why the Devil Stalks Death - Feb3 - 3*


message 11: by Patrizia (last edited Feb 20, 2020 06:13AM) (new)

Patrizia | 78 comments February Monthly Challenge
5/5 romance

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
Mountain Hostage by Hope White 12 February; 4★
Mountain Hostage (K-9 Mountain Guardians #2) by Hope White

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Alaskan Christmas Cold Case by Sarah Varland 8 February; 5★
Alaskan Christmas Cold Case by Sarah Varland

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Tracking Justice by Shirlee McCoy 16 February; 4 1/2★
Tracking Justice (Texas K-9 Unit, #1) by Shirlee McCoy

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
Unfathomed by Anna Hackett 4 February; 5★
Unfathomed (Treasure Hunter Security, #4) by Anna Hackett

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
Detection Mission by Margaret Daley 20 February; 4 1/2★
Detection Mission (Texas K-9 Unit, #2) by Margaret Daley


message 12: by Sandra (last edited Feb 12, 2020 04:14PM) (new)

Sandra | 712 comments I'M IN!

1. 💜 purple on the cover - Sweet Kisses - Ella Goode - 1 FEB
2. 💜 go-to author - John + Siena: Extended - Bethany-Kris - 10 FEB
3. 💜 written by Jeaniene Frost - Night's Darkest Embrace - Jeaniene Frost - 2 FEB
4. 💜 white on its cover - Scrumptious - Amanda Usen - 1 FEB
5. 💜 food on its cover - Luscious - Amanda Usen - 5 FEB
6. 💜 paranormal - The Gatekeeper - Heather Graham - 6 FEB
7. 💜 animal on its cover - Legend of the Jade Dragon - Yasmine Galenorn - 3 FEB
8. 💜 embrace on its cover - A Beautiful Struggle - Lilliana Anderson - 12 FEB
9. 💜 celestial object on its cover - His Garden of Bones - Vickie McKeehan - 6 FEB
10.💜 Reader's Choice - My Maddie - Tillie Cole - 9 FEB

Sweet Kisses (Kisses #2) by Ella Goode John + Siena Extended by Bethany-Kris Night's Darkest Embrace by Jeaniene Frost Scrumptious (Sexy Chefs, #1) by Amanda Usen Luscious (Sexy Chefs, #2) by Amanda Usen The Gatekeeper (The Keepers L.A., #0.5) by Heather Graham Legend of the Jade Dragon (Chintz 'n China #2) by Yasmine Galenorn A Beautiful Struggle (Beautiful, #1) by Lilliana Anderson His Garden of Bones (Skye Cree, #4) by Vickie McKeehan My Maddie (Hades Hangmen, #8) by Tillie Cole


message 13: by Christine (last edited Mar 01, 2020 03:51PM) (new)

Christine (KizzieReads) (kizzie48) | 104 comments I'm in.

...10/10 Completed February 29

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Murder, Simply Stitched by Isabella Alan February 17, 4 stars

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: 💜 Dirty Past by Emma Hart February 19, 5 stars

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 The Beautiful Ashes by Jeaniene Frost February 9, 4 stars

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: 💜 Iron Kissed by Patricia Briggs February 29, 5 stars

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20:💜The Chocolate Cat Caper by JoAnna Carl February 5, 3.5 stars

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: 💜 The Storyteller's Daughter: A Retelling of the Arabian Nights by Cameron Dokey February 11, 5 stars

7. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 Murder on the Prowl by Rita Mae Brown February 29, 4 stars

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen February 29, 3 stars

9. Pluto Day: 💜 Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff February 29, 5 stars

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick February 28, 3 stars

Murder, Simply Stitched (Amish Quilt Shop Mystery, #2) by Isabella Alan Dirty Past (The Burke Brothers, #2) by Emma Hart The Beautiful Ashes (Broken Destiny #1) by Jeaniene Frost Iron Kissed (Mercedes Thompson, #3) by Patricia Briggs The Chocolate Cat Caper (A Chocoholic Mystery, #1) by JoAnna Carl The Storyteller's Daughter A Retelling of "The Arabian Nights" (Once Upon a Time) by Cameron Dokey Murder on the Prowl (Mrs. Murphy, #6) by Rita Mae Brown This Lullaby by Sarah Dessen Aurora Rising (The Aurora Cycle, #1) by Amie Kaufman The Mother-Daughter Book Club by Heather Vogel Frederick


message 14: by Sally (last edited Feb 24, 2020 06:08AM) (new)

Sally taylor (sallyjanet) | 24 comments 01. Happy February Birthday!: 💜
Read a book published in February We'll Always Have Paris: Stories Ray Bradbury read Feb 22 published Feb 3 2009
read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst. The Lies We Told by Camilla Way Feb 19

02. Flower of the Month ~ Violet: 💜
Read a book with a character who is modest or humble,
or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations.
You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage),
a book shelved as LGBT,
a book written by one of your go-to authors,
or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

03. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) ~ Jeaniene Frost: 💜
Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost,
or any author with her first or last name.
You may also read a book set in Florida,
or by an author who is from Florida.
You can also read a book any book published in 2007,
a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy,
or a book where a character travels by car.

04. White Shirt Day (February 11): 💜
Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character,
or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired.
You can also read a book with white on its cover
, a book with any method of transportation on its cover,
or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

05. Cherry Pie Day (February 20): 💜
Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good.
You can also read a book with food on its cover
, a book with red on its cover,
or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

06. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26): 💜
Read a retelling of a fairy tale,
a book where one character tells another a story,
or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology.
You can also read a book that makes you happy,
a book with a happily-ever-after ending,
or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

07. Westminster Dog Show: 💜
Read a book with a dog in it,
or read a book with an animal on its cover.
You can also read a book set in the 1800s,
or a book set in New York,
or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

08. Creative Romance Month: 💜
Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter.
You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover
; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover;
a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated;
or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

09. Pluto Day: 💜
Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science.
You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet),
a book set in England,
or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


message 15: by Tiki (last edited Feb 23, 2020 08:51AM) (new)

Tiki  | 327 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
💕💕💞5/5 10/10 COMPLETED!💕💕💞

💕1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
Beautiful Bastard Beautiful Bastard (Beautiful Bastard, #1) by Christina Lauren by: Christina Lauren (01/03/20)

💕2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title. Vindicator Vindicator (Braxtharian Warriors #1) by Nikki Landis Nikki Landis (02/16/20)

💕3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.
Halfway to the Grave Halfway to the Grave (Night Huntress, #1) by Jeaniene Frost Jeaniene Frost (02/08/20)

💕4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Dying Bites Dying Bites (Bloodhound Files, #1) by D.D. Barant D.D. Barant (02/17/20)

💕5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
Yours to Teach Yours to Teach (Captured and Claimed #2) by Cathryn Fox Cathryn Fox (02/21/20)


💕6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.
Claiming Goldilocks: Tales From the Three Bears Claiming Goldilocks Tales From the Three Bears (Dark Fairy Tales, #3) by S. Cinders S. Cinders (02/14/20)

💕7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Don't Come Don't Come by Jessica Gadziala Jessica Gadziala (02/15/20)


💕8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation). Black Heart Black Heart (Curse Workers, #3) by Holly Black by: Holly Black (01/05/20)


💕9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
Beauty Loves the Beast Beauty Loves the Beast (Wylde Paranormal Love #1) by Robyn Peterman Robyn Peterman (02/22/20)

💕10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
Oracle Oracle (The Chronicles of Winterset, #1) by K.G. Reuss K.G. Reuss (02/12/20)


message 16: by Leigh (last edited Feb 22, 2020 09:42AM) (new)

Leigh | 264 comments Romance Readers Reading Challenges 2020 February Monthly Challenge

Completed: 10/10

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Unearthly (Unearthly, #1) by Cynthia Hand 2/17

2. Flower of the Month ~ Violet: 💜 Lord of Scoundrels (Scoundrels, #3) by Loretta Chase (a couple making a commitment-marriage) 2/15

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) ~ Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Archangel's Prophecy (Guild Hunter, #11) by Nalini Singh (Urban Fantasy) 2/19

4. White Shirt Day (February 11): 💜 Who I Am with You (Legacy of Faith #1) by Robin Lee Hatcher (white on its cover) 2/2

5. Cherry Pie Day (February 20): 💜 Unspeakable (Tracers, #2) by Laura Griffin (red on its cover)2/6

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26): 💜 The Lady Travelers Guide to Happily Ever After (The Lady Travelers Society, #4) by Victoria Alexander (happily-ever-after ending)2/22

7. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 The Governess of Penwythe Hall (Cornwall, #1) by Sarah E. Ladd (set in the 1811)2/10

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 The One Who Stays (Summer Island, #1) by Toni Blake (with an embrace)2/13

9. Pluto Day: 💜 Polaris Rising (Consortium Rebellion, #1) by Jessie Mihalik 2/20

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Escaping from Houdini (Stalking Jack the Ripper, #3) by Kerri Maniscalco 2/5


message 17: by Angie (new)

Angie | 755 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
1-2/20 – 29/2/20
0/10


1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

2. Flower of the Month ~ Violet: 💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) ~ Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.
You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day (February 11): 💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day (February 20): 💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26): 💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: 💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice


message 18: by Sarena (last edited Feb 21, 2020 11:37AM) (new)

Sarena | 28 comments 3/10

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.


4. White Shirt Day – February 11: 💜
Whiteout (a book with white on its cover)
Whiteout (Survival Instincts, #1) by Adriana Anders

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: 💜
Baking Me Crazy (a character who bakes)
Baking Me Crazy (Donner Bakery #1) by Karla Sorensen

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26:💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology.

7. Westminster Dog Show: 💜
Blitzed (some sort of competition or sports in it)
Blitzed (Playbook, #3) by Alexa Martin

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: 💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


message 19: by Elaine (last edited Feb 21, 2020 12:48PM) (new)

Elaine | 224 comments Monthly Challenge ~ February 1st - 29th, 2020

Read 10/10

1: Published in February: Marquess of Malice: Tammy Andresen 5☆ 13/2/20
2: Couple commitment: Too Wicked to Wed Tammy Andresen 5☆ 3/2/20
3: Published in 2007: The Devilish Pleasures of a Duke Jillian Hunter 5☆ 21/2/20
4: White on cover: Married to the Lord Samantha Holt 4☆ 3/2/20
5: Red on cover: Betrothed by Christmas: A Lady's Gift for Seduction by Jess Michaels & A Lady's Gift for Scandal by Elizabeth Essex 5☆ 9/2/20
6: HEA ending: Their Reluctant Bride Vanessa Vale 5☆ 12/2/20
7: Set in 1800's: If It's Love Amanda Mariel 4☆ 2/2/20
8: Embrace on cover: Taboo Kathleen Lawless 3☆ 17/2/20
9: Set in England: Find Me Love Dawn Brower 3☆ 2/2/20
10: Readers Choice: Christmas at Fortuna's Parlor: Scandal Meets Love Love and Holly by Amanda Mariel & Love and Mistletoe by Dawn Brower 3☆ 5/2/20

Marquess of Malice (Lords of Scandal #2) by Tammy Andresen Too Wicked to Wed (Chronicles of a Bluestocking Book 3) by Tammy Andresen The Devilish Pleasures of a Duke by Jillian, Illustrated by Hunter Married to the Lord (The Wallflower Brides #2) by Samantha Holt Betrothed by Christmas A Holiday Duet by Jess Michaels Their Reluctant Bride (Bridgewater Menage #6) by Vanessa Vale If It's Love (Scandal Meets Love, #3) by Amanda Mariel Taboo (secret seductions #1) by Kathleen Lawless Find Me Love (Scandal Meets Love #2) by Dawn Brower Christmas at Fortuna's Parlor (Scandal Meets Love) by Dawn Brower


message 20: by Pam from Maine (last edited Feb 14, 2020 06:22PM) (new)

Pam from Maine | 377 comments 10/10

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Winter at Mustang Ridge 2/3 Published Feb. 2014

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title. Indebted Epilogue 2/12

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost 2/14


4. White Shirt Day – February 11: 💜 Patrick by Harmony Raines Repairs truck for a friend. 2/4

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: 💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. Harvest at Mustang Ridge Gran bakes every day for the guests.

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26:💜 Killian MPG Paranormal 2/4
7. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 Summer at Mustang Ridge by Jesse Hayworth 2/2

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 book where a character does something creative (your interpretation). Jason 2/5 Lorcan give an emerald and diamond ring from his dragon shifter treasure to Jason to use as an engagement ring.

9. Pluto Day: 💜 When We Believed in Mermaids 2/6 Kit loved science and experiments as a child and eventually became a doctor.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice. Debt Inheritance 2/9


message 21: by Connie N. (last edited Mar 21, 2020 07:26AM) (new)

Connie N. | 1038 comments I'll try for all 10 and see how I do:

2020 February Monthly Challenge
Timeframe: 2/1/20 to 2/29/20
10/10

1. Happy February Birthday! - Published in February - Echoes in Death by J.D. Robb - 2/23/20 ♥♥♥♥♥
Echoes in Death (In Death, #44) by J.D. Robb
Pub 2/7/17

2. Flower of the Month – Violet - Couple making a commitment - Heir to a Dark Inheritance by Maisey Yates - 2/20/20 ♥♥♥
Heir to a Dark Inheritance (Secret Heirs of Powerful Men, #2) by Maisey Yates

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost - Shelved as Urban Fantasy - Night Broken by Patricia Briggs - 2/19/20 ♥♥♥♥
Night Broken (Mercy Thompson, #8) by Patricia Briggs
1,744 readers tagged as Fantasy-Urban Fantasy

4. White Shirt Day – February 11 - Someone needs their car repaired - The Mystery at Lilac Inn by Carolyn Keene - 2/12/20 ♥♥♥♥
The Mystery at Lilac Inn (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories, #4) by Carolyn Keene
Nancy is run off the road in her car and must get it fixed.

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20 - With red on its cover - M is for Malice by Sue Grafton - 2/13/20 ♥♥♥♥
M is for Malice (Kinsey Millhone, #13) by Sue Grafton

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26 - Happily-ever-after ending - Appealed by Emma Chase - 2/7/20 ♥♥♥♥
Appealed (The Legal Briefs, #3) by Emma Chase

7. Westminster Dog Show - With a dog in it - Wilde One by Jannine Gallant - 2/25/20 ♥♥♥♥
Wilde One (Born to be Wilde, #1) by Jannine Gallant
They rescue a dog and name him Rocky.

8. Creative Romance Month: Couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter - Stripped Down by Emma Hart - 2/4/20 ♥♥♥♥
Stripped Down (Stripped #2) by Emma Hart
After too many tequila shots, Beck and Cassie have a quickie Vegas wedding.

9. Pluto Day - Set in England - Sweetest Scoundrel by Elizabeth Hoyt - 2/28/20 ♥♥♥♥♥
Sweetest Scoundrel (Maiden Lane, #9) by Elizabeth Hoyt

10. Reader's Choice – Any book - Catch-22 by Joseph Heller - 2/9/20 ♥♥
Catch-22 (Catch-22, #1) by Joseph Heller

*****CHALLENGE COMPLETE 2/28/20*****


message 22: by Kristen (last edited Mar 01, 2020 10:54AM) (new)

Kristen (kristenlees) | 859 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
Progress: 10/10


✓1. published in February - The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa - Feb 18 ★★

✓2. letter V anywhere in its title - The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms - Feb 29 ★★★

✓3. travels by car - Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes - Feb 26 ★★★★★

✓4. white on the cover - If I Never Met You by Mhairi McFarlane - Feb 23 ★★★★★

✓5. character who eats a baked good - A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas - Feb 26 ★★★★

✓6. book with a happily-ever-after ending - Yours in Scandal by Lauren Layne - Feb 21 ★★★

✓7. some sort of sports in it - Love Hard by Nalini Singh - Feb 20 ★★★★★

✓8. valentine's day celebrated - P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han - Feb 13 ★★★★

✓9. scientist character/enjoys science - A Dangerous Collaboration by Deanna Raybourn - Feb 24 ★★★★★

✓10. any book of your choice - Some Like It Scandalous by Maya Rodale - Feb 22 ★★★★★

The Worst Best Man by Mia Sosa The Overdue Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes If I Never Met You by Mhairi McFarlane A Conspiracy in Belgravia (Lady Sherlock, #2) by Sherry Thomas Yours in Scandal (Man of the Year, #1) by Lauren Layne Love Hard (Hard Play, #3) by Nalini Singh P.S. I Still Love You (To All the Boys I've Loved Before, #2) by Jenny Han A Dangerous Collaboration (Veronica Speedwell, #4) by Deanna Raybourn Some Like It Scandalous (The Gilded Age Girls Club, #2) by Maya Rodale


message 23: by Barbara ★ (last edited Feb 26, 2020 07:32AM) (new)

Barbara ★ | 3558 comments February Monthly Challenge

READ: 10/10

✔1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
Whom the Gods Fear - M.M. Perry 2/15

✔2. Flower of the Month:
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
The Romanov Cross - Robert Masello 2/2

✔3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC):
💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.
Fuzzy Navel - J.A. Konrath 2/24
(MC travels to and fro crime scenes in a police car)

✔4. White Shirt Day:
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Dangerously Fierce - Deborah Blake (motorcycle) 2/8

✔5. Cherry Pie Day:
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
Trick or Treat - Kerry Greenwood (MC owns a bakery and bakes all day) 2/14

✔6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day:
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.
The Dragon Business - Kevin J. Anderson (Father tells his son a story) 2/11

✔7. Westminster Dog Show:
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
The Brothers Cro-Magnon - Roger Thomas Pepper 2/17

✔8. Creative Romance Month:
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
Break the Day - Lara Adrian 2/11

✔9. Pluto Day:
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
The Bookman - Lavie Tidhar (steampunk with aliens set in England) 2/13

✔10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
Whom the Gods Hate - M.M. Perry 2/6

Whom the Gods Fear (Of Gods & Mortals) by M.M. Perry The Romanov Cross by Robert Masello Fuzzy Navel (Jack Daniels Mystery, #5) by J.A. Konrath Dangerously Fierce (Broken Riders #3) by Deborah Blake Trick or Treat (Corinna Chapman, #4) by Kerry Greenwood The Dragon Business by Kevin J. Anderson The Brothers Cro-Magnon by Roger Thomas Pepper Break the Day (Midnight Breed, #16) by Lara Adrian The Bookman (The Bookman Histories, #1) by Lavie Tidhar Whom the Gods Hate (Of Gods & Mortals) by M.M. Perry

CHALLENGE COMPLETE


message 24: by JoAnne (last edited Feb 17, 2020 09:16PM) (new)

JoAnne (joannemwct) | 269 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
Read 10/10 DONE!

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
A Love to Mend Her Broken Heart by Etta Foster A Love to Mend Her Broken Heart: A Historical Western Romance Novel by Etta Foster 2/5/20 4stars (February 1, 2020 + purple on the cover)

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book written by one of your go-to authors
Sisters by Choice (Blackberry Island, #4) by Susan Mallery Sisters by Choice (Blackberry Island #4) by Susan Mallery 2/8/20 4stars

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book where a character travels by car.
In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume 2/9/20 4stars (to the Jersey shore - Henry and Miri; to Las Vegas - Christina and Jack)

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with white on its cover or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Revelations of a Secret Princess by Annie West Revelations of a Secret Princess by Annie West 2/9/20 4stars (Jake and Caro about her being a nanny for his niece)

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good.
The Perfect Hope (Inn Boonsboro Trilogy, #3) by Nora Roberts The Perfect Hope (Inn Boonsboro Trilogy, #3) by Nora Roberts 2/14/20 5stars

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.
The Amish Teacher's Dilemma (North Country Amish #3) by Patricia Davids The Amish Teacher's Dilemma (North Country Amish #3) by Patricia Davids 2/10/20 4stars

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
The Last Boyfriend (Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy, #2) by Nora Roberts The Last Boyfriend (Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy #2) by Nora Roberts 2/4/20 5stars (dogs Dumbass or D.A. + 2 puppies; lots of video game competitions)

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts on its cover;
Sex With Strangers by Mollie Mathews Sex With Strangers by Mollie Mathews 2/2/20 4stars (Ruby and Fergus going to the comedy club via subway and him in a costume)

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with any celestial object on its cover.
A KISS BENEATH A CHRISTMAS STAR (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock 'N Sweet Romance 2) by Tamara Ferguson A KISS BENEATH A CHRISTMAS STAR (Daydreams & Dragonflies Rock 'N Sweet Romance 2) by Tamara Ferguson 2/17/20 4stars (star)

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
Christmas Blessings (Thomas Kinkade's Cape Light Center Point Large Print) by Katherine Spencer Christmas Blessings (Cape Light #18) by Katherine Spencer 2/15/20 5stars


Sallie(GeorgiaGirl) (shuga) | 1076 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge


1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


message 26: by Michele (last edited Feb 17, 2020 12:32PM) (new)

Michele | 54 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
7/10 Read

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst. An Everyday Hero by Laura Trentham - 2/4/20 (5*)

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
Unforgiven by Jay Crownover - Reading

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
The Language of Cherries by Jen-Marie Hawkins - 2/8/20 (5*)

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie). Been There, Married That by Gigi Levangie Grazer - 2/11/20 (3*)

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about. The Regrets by Amy Bonnaffons - 2/3/20 (3 1/2*)

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Torn by Carian Cole - 2/2/20 (3 1/2*)

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
Cake by J. Bengtsson - 2/5/20 (5*)

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
Wild, Wild Rake by Janna MacGregor - TBR

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice. The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman - 2/15/20 (4*)

An Everyday Hero (Heart of a Hero #2) by Laura Trentham Unforgiven by Jay Crownover 3 The Language of Cherries by Jen Marie Hawkins Been There, Married That by Gigi Levangie Grazer The Regrets by Amy Bonnaffons Torn (All Torn Up, #1) by Carian Cole Cake (Cake, #1) by J. Bengtsson Wild, Wild Rake (The Cavensham Heiresses #6) by Janna MacGregor The Bookish Life of Nina Hill by Abbi Waxman


message 27: by Loz (last edited Feb 26, 2020 01:16PM) (new)

Loz | 54 comments Feb 2020 Monthly Challenge

Read 7/7 ✓

✓ 1: Published in February (2019) - Hollywood Princess (01.02.20) 3★

✓ 3: FAC - (Using Author Surname FROST) - Watch Me (08.02.20) 3.5★

✓ 4: Mechanic Character - Hyde and Seek (09.02.20) 1★

✓ 5: Character who Bakes - Sweet Addiction (13.02.20) 1★

✓ 6: Fairy Tale Retelling (Beauty & the Beast) - Making Faces (06.02.20) 1★

✓ 8: Kiss on Cover - Undeniable (25.02.20) 3.75★

✓ 10: Readers Choice - Can You Keep a Secret? (05.02.20) 3★

Hollywood Princess by Natasha Madison Watch Me by Ada Frost Hyde and Seek (Hyde #1) by Layla Frost Sweet Addiction (Sweet Addiction, #1) by J. Daniels Making Faces by Amy Harmon Undeniable (Cloverleigh Farms, #2) by Melanie Harlow Can You Keep a Secret? by Sophie Kinsella


message 28: by Sandra (last edited Mar 05, 2020 03:13AM) (new)

Sandra Sales | 2 comments Hi! I'm joining this challenge! I'll comeback later with my list.
1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 A Dama Negra

2. Flower of the Month – Violet. 💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 (read a book published in 2007)💜 A Cor do Fogo

4. White Shirt Day – February 11. 💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20. 💜 A Ilha das Três Irmãs

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26. 💜 Entre o Céu e a Terra

7. Westminster Dog Show. 💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month. 💜 Até Te Conhecer

9. Pluto Day. 💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


message 29: by Juana "Darkness" (new)

Juana "Darkness" Duran | 423 comments I’m in.

February Monthly Challenge

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice


message 30: by Jessica (last edited Mar 16, 2020 02:37PM) (new)

Jessica (jess_77) | 21 comments I'm in....

Progress: 9/10

✅ 1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

Purple on Cover - The Pawn - Date Finished: 02/22/20 - Rating: 5

✅ 2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

Love Like This - Date Finished: 02/05/2020 - Rating: 4

✅ 3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.
💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

Nailed Down - Date Finished: 02/25/2020 - Rating: 5

✅ 4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

The Knight - Date Finished: 02/23/2020 - Rating: 5

✅ 5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

Be with Me - Date Finished: 02/26/2020 - Rating: 4

✅ 6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

Donovan - Date Finished: 02/22/2020 - Rating: 5

✅ 7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

The Problem with Pugs - Date Finished: 02/29/2020 - Rating: 4

✅ 8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

Your Biggest Fan? - Date Finished: 02/29/2020 - Rating: 3

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

✅ 10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.

A Summer Affair - Date Finished: 02/11/2020 - Rating: 3

The Pawn (Endgame, #1) by Skye Warren Love Like This (The Romance Chronicles, #1) by Sophie Love Nailed Down (Nailed Down, #1) by Chelle Bliss The Knight (Endgame, #2) by Skye Warren Be with Me (All I Want, #2) by Lea Coll Donovan (Lucky Irish, #2) by Anna Castor The Problem with Pugs (Love & Pets, #1) by A.G. Henley Your Biggest Fan? by Sydney Aaliyah Michelle A Summer Affair by Elin Hilderbrand


message 31: by Rissa (last edited Feb 23, 2020 07:48AM) (new)

Rissa | 619 comments My spot! :)

2020 February Monthly Challenge

2020 February Monthly Challenge Read 10/10 FINISHED!!!!

✔1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
The 5th Gender by G.L. Carriger finished 2/22/2020

✔2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
Apartment 14 and the Devil Next Door by Marie Sexton finished 2/1/2020

✔3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.
The Prince and His Bedeviled Bodyguard by Charlie Cochet finished 2/11/2020

✔4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
The Pirate and the Pond by T.J. Land finished 2/2/2020

✔5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
The Summer of Us by Lily Morton finished 2/9/2020

✔6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.
The Beast by Megan Derr finished 2/2/2020

✔7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Country Boy by A.E. Wasp finished 2/19/2020

✔8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
'Til Death Do Us Part by Addison Albright finished 2/20/2020

✔9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
The Reluctant Berserker by Alex Beecroft finished 2/15/2020

✔10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
How to Be a Movie Star by T.J. Klune finished 2/8/2020

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message 32: by Emily (last edited Feb 24, 2020 10:51AM) (new)

Emily | 693 comments 1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
Irresistible by RL Mathewson 2.4

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.
💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.
Kale by Cee Bowerman 2.8
4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Lout by Cee Bowerman 2.10
5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
Grunt by Cee Bowerman 2.17
6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.
Smokey by Cee Bowerman 2.10
7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Elephant In The Gym by Gillian Goerzen 2.18
8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
Bird by Cee Bowerman 2.8
9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury 2.17
10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
Striker by Lila Grey 2.11


message 33: by Sonja (last edited Mar 04, 2020 11:03AM) (new)

Sonja (sonjac) | 1047 comments I’m in! 8 of 10 planned - I'm feeling confident after my January success!

10/10 Done!!!
✔️💜1. Happy February Birthday!: How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf - published 2/22!
✔️💜2. Flower of the Month – Violet: Angel in a Devil's Arms - Go-to author, V in Devil
✔️💜3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: No Judgments - set in Florida
✔️💜4. White Shirt Day – February 11: Bringing Down the Duke - white cover, mode of transportation, agreement made
✔️💜5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: Ready Player One - red cover!
✔️💜6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Cinder & Ella - fairy tale retelling
✔️💜7. Westminster Dog Show: Enemies - Sports
✔️💜8. Creative Romance Month: Forbidden Crown - creative false romance
✔️💜9. Pluto Day: Protecting Caroline - one of the characters is a chemist (science)
✔️💜10. Reader's Choice: The Rogue Not Taken

Read:
Angel in a Devil's Arms (The Palace of Rogues, #2) by Julie Anne Long Ready Player One (Ready Player One, #1) by Ernest Cline Bringing Down the Duke (A League of Extraordinary Women, #1) by Evie Dunmore The Rogue Not Taken (Scandal & Scoundrel, #1) by Sarah MacLean Cinder & Ella (Cinder & Ella, #1) by Kelly Oram How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf (Naked Werewolf, #1) by Molly Harper Enemies by Tijan Protecting Caroline (SEAL of Protection, #1) by Susan Stoker No Judgments (Little Bridge Island, #1) by Meg Cabot Forbidden Crown (Princes of Avce, #1) by Victoria Pinder


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TC | 26 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
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Mariana (lyqrycy) | 548 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
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1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February
No Bad Deed A Novel by Heather Chavez by Heather Chavez

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: 💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.
💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: 💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: 💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: 💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show:💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month: 💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: 💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


message 36: by Marythios (AkaSusanne ) (last edited Feb 18, 2020 06:53PM) (new)

Marythios (AkaSusanne ) | 187 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
Duration: February 1- February 29
Tasks Complete: 10/10

1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst. When Calls the Heart (Canadian West, #1) by Janette Oke 2/1/20

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title. Forever After (Hanover Falls, #2) by Deborah Raney 2/9/20

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car. The Beautiful Ashes (Broken Destiny, #1) by Jeaniene Frost 2/16/20

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
Bear Town by Fredrik Backman 2/14/20
5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).
Catering to Nobody (A Goldy Bear Culinary Mystery, #1) by Diane Mott Davidson 2/18/20
6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about. Five Weeks (Seven, #3; Mageriverse #9) by Dannika Dark 2/8/20

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it. The Alion King (Paranormal Dating Agency, #6) by Milly Taiden 2/6/20

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
Scrooge Me Hard (Paranormal Dating Agency, #9.5) by Milly Taiden 2/8/20
9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover. Angelfall (Penryn & the End of Days, #1) by Susan Ee 2/17/20

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice. Killman Creek (Stillhouse Lake, #2) by Rachel Caine 2/12/20


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Jennie-Lee  (abookishwonderer) | 24 comments February Monthly Challenge
Duration: 2/1/2020-2/29/2020

Read: 1/10

1. Happy February Birthday. Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover:
💜{🎧}Glory in Death by J.D. Robb
Glory in Death (In Death, #2) by J.D. Robb
2. Flower of the Month – Violet. Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title:
💜{📖}Fools Rush In by Janice Thompson
Fools Rush In (Weddings by Bella, #1) by Janice Thompson

✔️3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost. Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name. You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car:
💜{📖}Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost▪️February 23▪️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5
Halfway to the Grave (Night Huntress, #1) by Jeaniene Frost

4. White Shirt Day – February 11. Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement:
💜{🎧}Roadside Assistance by Marie Hart
Roadside Assistance (Body Shop Bad Boys, #2) by Marie Harte
5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20. Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan:
💜{📖}Blueberry Muffin Murder by Joanne Fluke
Blueberry Muffin Murder (Hannah Swensen, #3) by Joanne Fluke

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26. Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about:
💜{🎧}Goddess of the Rose by P. C. Cast
Goddess of the Rose (Goddess Summoning, #4) by P.C. Cast
7. Westminster Dog Show. Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it:
💜{🎧}Animal Magnetism by Jill Shalvis
Animal Magnetism (Animal Magnetism, #1) by Jill Shalvis
8. Creative Romance Month. Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative:
💜{📖}Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts
Bed of Roses (Bride Quartet, #2) by Nora Roberts

9. Pluto Day. Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006, a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover:
💜{📖}Beginner's Luck by Kate Clayborn
Beginner's Luck (Chance of a Lifetime, #1) by Kate Clayborn

10. Reader's Choice. Read any book of your choice:
💜{📖}An Uncommon Grace by Serena B. Miller
An Uncommon Grace by Serena B. Miller


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Susan (scoutmomskf) | 1651 comments I'm in!

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2020 February Monthly Challenge


1. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility.
💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.

Link to Jeaniene Frost’s backlist: Jeaniene Frost.

Fun Facts about Jeaniene Frost:
* Jeaniene Frost lives with her husband in Florida
* Her Night Huntress series is Urban Fantasy Romance
* Her debut novel was published in 2007
* Jeaniene is afraid of airplanes, preferring to travel by car

💜 You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.
💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.
💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.
💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!
💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!
💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.
💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.



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Melike | 18 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge


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01. Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

02. Flower of the Month ~ Violet: 💜 Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

03. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) ~ Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name.
You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

04. White Shirt Day (February 11): 💜 Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

05. Cherry Pie Day (February 20): 💜 Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

06. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26): 💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

07. Westminster Dog Show: 💜 Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

08. Creative Romance Month: 💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

09. Pluto Day: 💜 Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.


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Smrfett76 | 1 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge


1. Happy February Birthday!:

2. Flower of the Month – Violet:

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost:

4. White Shirt Day – February 11:

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20:

06. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26):

07. Westminster Dog Show:

08. Creative Romance Month:

09. Pluto Day:

10. Reader's Choice:


message 41: by Kesha (last edited Feb 25, 2020 07:21PM) (new)

Kesha | 705 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
Read: 9/10


1. Happy February Birthday!: Read a book published in February.
Temporary Wife Temptation (Feb. 4, 2020) - Jayci Lee 2-12-20

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: Read a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
The Sheik's ReVenge Nanny - Tyra Clark 2-16-20

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost.
Shades of Wicked - Jeaniene Frost 2-24-20

4. White Shirt Day – February 11: Read a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).
The Reservation: Boxed Set - Sparkle Watson 2-1-20

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: Read a book with a character who bakes.
Sweet Treats - Candi Heart 2-25-20

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Read a book categorized in Goodreads as paranormal.
Bloodstorm - Amber Kallyn 2-5-20

7. Westminster Dog Show: Read a book with sports in it.
Activity Partner - Nitanni Chionne 2-19-20

8. Creative Romance Month: Read a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated.
Your Biggest Fan - Sydney Aaliyah Michelle 2-18-20

9. Pluto Day: Read a book set in England.
The Secret Christmas Ciphers - Carolynn Carey

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice.
Three Wishes - Seressia Glass 2-20-20


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message 43: by Milica (last edited Feb 26, 2020 04:28AM) (new)

Milica Djurovic | 288 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge
Progress:10/10

1. Happy February Birthday!:
Warrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller
Warrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller
2/21/2020

2. Flower of the Month – Violet:
Well Hung Over in Vegas by Kimberly Fox
Well Hung Over in Vegas by Kimberly Fox
2/1/2020

3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost:
Wicked Bite by Jeaniene Frost
Wicked Bite (Night Rebel, #2) by Jeaniene Frost
2/18/2020

4. White Shirt Day – February 11:
Angel's Halo by Terri Anne Browning
Angel's Halo (Angel's Halo MC, #1) by Terri Anne Browning
2/3/2020

5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20:
Love Hacked by Penny Reid
Love Hacked (Knitting in the City, #3) by Penny Reid
2/14/2020

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26
Forever Moore by Riley Hart , Christina Lee
Forever Moore by Riley Hart
2/16/2020

7. Westminster Dog Show:
Catch of the Day by Kristan Higgins
Catch of the Day (Gideon's Cove, #1) by Kristan Higgins
2/21/2020

8. Creative Romance Month:
Best Laid Plans by L.K. Farlow
Best Laid Plans by L.K. Farlow
2/15/2020

9. Pluto Day:
The Genius by Elin Peer
The Genius (Men of the North #6) by Elin Peer
2/21/2020

10. Reader's Choice:
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman , Meagan Spooner
These Broken Stars (Starbound, #1) by Amie Kaufman
2/24/2020


message 44: by Ro (last edited Feb 18, 2020 05:52PM) (new)

Ro (rooc) | 50 comments 1. Happy February Birthday!: Cancer Ships Aquarius

2. Flower of the Month – Violet: Blackbird Knitting in a Bunny's Lair

4. White Shirt Day – Candy Man

5. Cherry Pie Day – Snowflake Kisses

6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day –The Fairy Shop

7. Westminster Dog Show: Freckles

8. Creative Romance Month: Setting for Eight, Dinner for Two

9. Pluto Day: Promises

10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice. Go Fish


message 45: by Erin (last edited Feb 20, 2020 06:20AM) (new)

Erin **Coffee and Book Addict** (coffeebookaddict) | 48 comments 💜 💜 💜 💜 2020 February Monthly Challenge💜 💜 💜 💜

In for 10!

7/10


💜 1. Read a book published in February or read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.
Reed 2/14/2020 published in FEB

💜 2. Read a book with a character who is modest or humble, or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations. You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage), a book shelved as LGBT, a book written by one of your go-to authors, or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.
Silver Bells 2/13/2020 "V" in title

3. Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost, or any author with her first or last name. You may also read a book set in Florida, or by an author who is from Florida. You can also read a book any book published in 2007, a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy, or a book where a character travels by car.

4. Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character, or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired. You can also read a book with white on its cover, a book with any method of transportation on its cover, or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

💜 5. Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good. You can also read a book with food on its cover, a book with red on its cover, or a book set in Michigan
Confessions of a Shopaholic 2/20/2020 eats a baked good

6. Read a retelling of a fairy tale, a book where one character tells another a story, or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology. You can also read a book that makes you happy, a book with a happily-ever-after ending, or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

💜 7. Read a book with a dog in it, or read a book with an animal on its cover. You can also read a book set in the 1800s, or a book set in New York, or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.
Immortal in Death 2/7/2020 set in NY

💜 8. Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter. You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover; a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated; or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).
Hooking Up 2/5/2020 wedding in beginning

💜 9. Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science. You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet), a book set in England, or a book with any celestial object on its cover.
The Sign of Four 2/3/2020 Set in England

💜 10. Read any book of your choice.
The Humbling 2/17/2020


message 46: by ♥Lynn ♥ (last edited Feb 19, 2020 06:15AM) (new)

 ♥Lynn ♥  | 60 comments I'm in!
2/10

1. Happy February Birthday: Amethyst- Night Myst by Yasmine Galenorn
2. Flower-Violet:
3. FAC - Jeaniene Frost: Night's Darkest Embrace by Jeaniene Frost
4. White Shirt Day: Wait With Me by Amy Daws
5. Cherry Pie Day:
6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day:
7. Westminster Dog Show: Animal Magnetism by Jill Shalvis
8. Creative Romance Month:
9. Pluto Day: Bound by Night by Larissa Ione
10. Reader's Choice:

Night Myst (Indigo Court, #1) by Yasmine Galenorn Night's Darkest Embrace by Jeaniene Frost Wait With Me (Wait with Me, #1) by Amy Daws Animal Magnetism (Animal Magnetism, #1) by Jill Shalvis Bound by Night (MoonBound Clan Vampire, #1) by Larissa Ione


message 47: by 〰️Beth〰️ (last edited Feb 21, 2020 07:45PM) (new)

〰️Beth〰️ (x1f4a0bethx1f4a0) | 244 comments It has been awhile but I will try this month 💖

💖📚 Completed 10/10 📚💖

✔️1.Happy February Birthday!: 💜 Read a book with purple on the cover Flirting With Danger by Suzanne Enoch💖💖💖2/8/20

✔️2. Flower of the Month – Violet: The Violet symbolizes Modesty, Faithfulness, and Humility. 💜 Read a book shelved as LGBT. Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me by Mariko Tamaki💖💖💖💖2/21/20

✔️3. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) – Jeaniene Frost: 💜 Read a book any book published in 2007. 'Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy by Leslie Langtry 💖💖 2/5/20

✔️4. White Shirt Day – February 11: This national holiday honors the men and women who participated in the 1937 General Motors strike. As a result of the strike, the United Auto Workers union became the sole bargaining agent for GM autoworkers.💜 Read a book with white on its cover.Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake by Sarah MacLean 💖💖💖💖 2/21/20

✔️5. Cherry Pie Day – February 20: The apple pie might be America’s most popular pie, but the cherry pie comes in second place.💜 Read a book with red on its cover. Girls Like Us by Randi Pink💖💖💖💖💖 2/20/20

✔️6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day – February 26: Modern fairy tales are generally known for their happily-ever-afters. These myths and legends were orally passed down, then eventually put into writing. As they evolved throughout time, magical qualities snuck in, and depending on the author, the stories ranged from sugary-sweet to gruesome.💜 Read a retelling of a fairy tale. Beasting Beauty by Madison Faye💖💖💖2/8/20

✔️7. Westminster Dog Show: The show was founded in 1877 by a group of hunters who met regularly in Manhattan and decided to create a kennel club just so they could host a dog show. Now each year, the dogs take over Madison Square Garden during the week of Valentine’s Day for the annual Westminster Dog Show!💜 Read a book set in New York. First Class to New York by A.J. Harmon💖💖💖2/19/20

✔️8. Creative Romance Month: Dinner and a movie are so cliché. Celebrate the month of love by getting creative!💜 Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter / a book where a character does something creative. The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren💖💖💖2/19/20

✔️9. Pluto Day: Now demoted to the status of dwarf planet, Pluto was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh in February 1930 and named by Venetia Burney, an 11-year-old schoolgirl from England with a fascination for classical mythology.💜 Read a book with a scientist character/ space n cover . Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card💖💖💖 2/16/20

✔️10. Reader's Choice: 💜 Read any book of your choice. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz💖💖💖💖💖2/13/20

Flirting With Danger (Samantha Jellicoe, #1) by Suzanne Enoch Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me by Mariko Tamaki 'Scuse Me While I Kill This Guy (Bombay Assassins, #1) by Leslie Langtry Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake (Love By Numbers, #1) by Sarah MacLean Girls Like Us by Randi Pink Beasting Beauty (Possessing Beauty, #1) by Madison Faye First Class to New York (First Class Novels, #1) by A.J. Harmon The Unhoneymooners by Christina Lauren Ender's Game (Ender's Saga, #1) by Orson Scott Card Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe (Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, #1) by Benjamin Alire Sáenz


message 48: by MyzanM (new)

MyzanM | 317 comments 2020 February Monthly Challenge

0/10 Completed

01. Happy February Birthday!: 💜
Read a book published in February
read a book with purple on the cover in honor of February’s birthstone, the Amethyst.

02. Flower of the Month ~ Violet: 💜
Read a book with a character who is modest or humble,
or read a book with a couple that remains faithful despite temptations.
You can also read a book with a couple making a commitment (such as marriage),
a book shelved as LGBT,
a book written by one of your go-to authors,
or a book with the letter V anywhere in its title.

03. Featured Author Challenge (FAC) ~ Jeaniene Frost: 💜
Read one book written by Jeaniene Frost,
or any author with her first or last name.
You may also read a book set in Florida,
or by an author who is from Florida.
You can also read a book any book published in 2007,
a book that is shelved as Urban Fantasy,
or a book where a character travels by car.

04. White Shirt Day (February 11): 💜
Read a book with an autoworker or mechanic character,
or read a book where someone buys a new car or needs their car repaired.
You can also read a book with white on its cover
, a book with any method of transportation on its cover,
or a book where characters make a bargain/deal/agreement (your interpretation).

05. Cherry Pie Day (February 20): 💜
Read a book with a character who bakes, or a character who eats a baked good.
You can also read a book with food on its cover
, a book with red on its cover,
or a book set in Michigan (record holder of the second largest cherry pie).

06. Tell a Fairy Tale Day (February 26): 💜
Read a retelling of a fairy tale,
a book where one character tells another a story,
or a book categorized in Goodreads as fantasy, paranormal, or mythology.
You can also read a book that makes you happy,
a book with a happily-ever-after ending,
or a book that you can’t wait to tell others about.

07. Westminster Dog Show: 💜
Read a book with a dog in it,
or read a book with an animal on its cover.
You can also read a book set in the 1800s,
or a book set in New York,
or a book with some sort of competition or sports in it.

08. Creative Romance Month: 💜
Read a book where a couple has a unique date, wedding, or romantic encounter.
You can also read a book with an embrace or kiss on its cover
; a book with hearts, flowers, or candy on its cover;
a book where Valentine’s Day is celebrated;
or a book where a character does something creative (your interpretation).

09. Pluto Day: 💜
Read a book with a science theme (sci-fi counts), a scientist character, a character who makes a discovery, or a character who enjoys science.
You can also read any book published in 2006 (the year Pluto was reclassified to dwarf planet),
a book set in England,
or a book with any celestial object on its cover.

10. Reader's Choice: 💜
Read any book of your choice.


message 49: by Julianna (new)

Julianna (authorjuliannad) | 1715 comments I'm in for 6 this month.


message 50: by Jodie (last edited Feb 24, 2020 05:52PM) (new)

Jodie (dubious_ks) | 37 comments ✔️✔️ Finished: 10 / 10 ✔️✔️

❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️
✔️1. Happy February Birthday ~ Read a book published in February
Zero Hour Zero Tolerance Prequel (Lost Kings MC, #11.5) by Autumn Jones Lake , 2/24/20, 3.5*
✔️2. Flower of the Month ~ Read a book with a couple making a commitment ~ Gail's Family (Icehome, #4) by Ruby Dixon , 2/1/20, 4*
✔️3. Featured Author Challenge ~ Read a book written by Jeaniene Frost
Halfway to the Grave (Night Huntress, #1) by Jeaniene Frost , 2/9/20, 4*
✔️4. White Shirt Day ~ Read a book where someone needs their car repaired ~ Night Reigns (Immortal Guardians, #2) by Dianne Duvall , 2/1/20, 4*
✔️5. Cherry Pie Day ~ Read a book with a character who eats a baked good, a book with red on the cover,
Veils (The Killers #4) by Brynne Asher , 2/22/20, 4*
✔️6. Tell a Fairy Tale Day ~ Read a book where one character tells another a story, a book categorized in Goodreads as paranormal, or a book with a happily-ever-after ending ~
High Moon by Kati Wilde , 2/10/20, 3*
✔️7. Westminster Dog Show ~ Read a book with a dog in it ~
The Country Guesthouse (Sullivan's Crossing, #5) by Robyn Carr , 2/5/20, 4*
✔️8. Creative Romance Month ~ Read a book where a character does something creative (chef)
Moti on the Water by Leylah Attar , 2/3/20, 5*
✔️9. Pluto Day ~ Read a book with a character who makes a discovery (self discovery & a discovery about spouse)
The Bromance Book Club (Bromance Book Club, #1) by Lyssa Kay Adams , 2/20/20, 3.5*
✔️10. Reader's Choice ~ Read any book of your choice ~
Caraval (Caraval, #1) by Stephanie Garber , 2/14/20, 4*
❣️❣️❣️❣️❣️


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