Bedside Book Review

It's that time of the month again. Time to take a look back at the books I read during February. 

February was a busy month with reading. I got myself set in a good morning routine where I was reading for about a half an hour three different books. Plus each night as part of my evening routine after I read Ella her bedtime story then I read a fun book (instead of playing on my phone) until she falls asleep. 

I had heard so many great things about Grace Not Perfection that I had to read it for myself. It is a great personal development, motivation book that makes you think about what is important to you. If you are stuck in a rut with your life it is a great quick read to get you motivated and simplify your life. I want to get her Simplified Life Planner next. 

I bought The Body Book and Longevity Book by Cameron Diaz awhile ago and they just sat on my book shelf. I finally decided to read them and was very disappointed. It really felt like I was reading a health book for school. The amount of information is great, most of which I found that I already knew and was repeated over and over again.  Unless you are don't know that junk food doesn't fuel your body properly, your body needs water to run efficiently, and if you a couch potato your going to have health problems then I don't recommend this book for you.

Hitched started off as a great read. To inherit your parents company former best friends have to get married. Sounds easy enough. There is love, lust, and excitement. Just as the wedding day comes the book stops. You are left hanging with what happens. All your questions are left unanswered. This was only Book 1 of the series. I hate series that leave you hanging so bad that you are forced to go purchase the next book. In this case it is a 3 book series so I would have to purchase two more books. I am just going to be left hanging and not know what happens. 

As part of a book club I joined we read Love Unending. It was very eye opening to how relationships are at the beginning and how they change over time, getting comfortable with one and another, and having kids. Brian and I are not having any huge problems in our relationship but since reading this book I have started doing little things differently here and there that I can notice has brought us closer together again. 

Paris for One by Jojo Moyes

Fellow blogger Stephanie over at Wife Mommy Me got the opportunity to meet Jojo Moyes and talked about how much she loves her books. When I was at the library a few weeks ago with Ella one of her books just caught my eye that I decided to give it a read. I really enjoyed Paris for One. It was a wonderful change from explicit romance novels that I some how always end up reading. Paris for One catches you with the story of finding your true love on vacation. 
There are also Other short stories included with this book. Most of these I was not a fan of 
the story lines. A couple of them I wish there was a long story to go around with it. I plan on reading another Jojo Moyes book, any recommendations?

Last month I said I would be reading this book also. Unfortunately my kindle is not agreeing with me. I have been struggling to get it to not freeze up. Since The Wife Between Us is on my kindle I can't read it until I purchase a new one. I am leaving it on my must read list. 

Coming Up:

A trip to the library is planned for tomorrow. Without a kindle I need some physical books to read. Recommend your favorite book in the comments. 

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