Hi there, we’re done with dark and cold February and I’m happy with that. In March I go for a few days to Florence in Italy and this greatly influenced my (current) reading (and I’m still planning some other reads set in Florence).
I managed to finish 4 books, not bad for such a short month. It were all lighter books and it’s difficult to choose a favourite. I think I’ll go for ‘The marriage portrait’ because it was a slow but interesting read, also The royal secret was a one of the better books in the Marwood and Lovett series that I’ve read so far.
Number of pages read: 1.577 pages
Number of books finished: 4
Favorite read: The marriage portrait
Centuries visited: B.C., 13th century, 16th century, 17th century
Countries visited: England, Scotland, Italy and Greece
Currently reading: The most beautiful woman of Florence
Next up: No idea
- Lost roses by Martha Hall Kelly
- The alchemist’s daughter by Mary Lawrence
- The lady of the loch by Elena Collins
Added to my TBR
- Clytemnestra by Constanza Casati
- The shadows of London by Andrew Taylor
- Plague by C.C. Humpreys
What’s your favourite read of February?