February Picks for BOTM

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Every month BOTM makes five to seven books available to subscribers, plus a plethora of add-ons to choose from. Here are Cat’s choices for the month!

February’s BOTM choices are:

-Someone Else’s Shoes (Contemporary Fiction)
-River Sing Me Home (Historical Fiction)
-Georgie, All Along (Romance)
-The Writing Retreat (Thriller)
-Maame (Contemporary Fiction)

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Cat’s Picks:

The Writing Retreat – Billed as being a blend between The Plot and Please Join Us, The Writing Retreat is a psychological suspense novel. It follows one young author, and their nightmare comes to life. All they wanted was to head to a tranquil writer’s retreat. Instead, they got something much, much worse.

I’m not ashamed to admit that one of the main reasons I picked The Writing Retreat is because it was the only new thriller option for February. That was a bit of a surprise, but it could be worse. I love that it’s a debut novel, and can’t wait to sit down and start reading it. Stay tuned for my review!

MaameMaame is marketed as a sweet, smart, and funny novel with lots of emotions. It covers everything from female pressure to familial duty and racism – and everything in between. A poignant novel, and something we should all read.

I admittedly don’t read a whole lot of novels like Maame. That being said, I’m trying to be better about that, so I grabbed the chance to read something out of my wheelhouse. That it is billed as a novel that’ll touch readers certainly didn’t hurt. Stay tuned for my review!

The Last Tale of the Flower Bride – The Last Tale of the Flower Bride is a story about marriage and secrets, with a distinct gothic vibe thrown into the mix. This is the first adult novel by Roshani Chockshi (who had previously written YA novels), and it is sure to make waves.

I’ve actually had The Last Tale of the Flower Bride on my TBR list for a bit, because I love Roshani Chokshi. So you better believe I jumped at the opportunity to support her by buying her both through BOTM. This is probably going to be the first of the three I sit down to read. Stay tuned for my review!

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