Download, read, and vote for your favorite February titles for the February 2022 LibraryReads list!
Votes due January 1!
For fans of Taylor Jenkins Reid, Sally Rooney, and Rebecca Serle, THE ARC is a smart, high concept love story that asks: is it possible to optimize our most intimate relationships?
“Devilishly clever, elegantly composed and structured—simply splendid.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“With its superb writing, strong characterizations, and wonderfully imaginative plot, this is a must-read for fans of romance, history, or mystery.”–Booklist, starred review
“Nonstop action and relentless pacing are matched by deeply philosophical and powerfully emotional undertones. Unlike comparable series that tend to lose steam after several installments, this series just gets better as it evolves.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Fans of wacky, offbeat mysteries will eagerly await Finlay’s further exploits.”–Publishers Weekly
“With plenty of steam alongside the youthful romance, this winsome story about following one’s heart will especially appeal to hopeless romantics.”–Publishers Weekly
“Reekles pioneers Covid-19 romance in this all-too-realistic Love, Actually–style look at relationships in quarantine… Reekles’s capable plotting toggles between apartments and keeps readers wondering what’s next. The result transforms the harsh realities of quarantine into rom-com enchantment.”–Publishers Weekly
“Sci-fi readers will be drawn in by the inventive premise and stick around for the plucky narrator.”–Publishers Weekly
“Things get hexy in Asher’s Supernatural Singles series launch, a delightful paranormal rom-com… Asher artfully navigates themes of choice vs. destiny and power vs. oppression while weaving a steamy, heartfelt love story. Readers will devour this.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Aspiring opera singer Anna studies at an elite London conservatory by day and supports herself by singing jazz at a ritzy bar by night, finding relief from the stress in her budding relationship with cool, wealthy, just-divorcing financier Max. Soon, though, she is caught between him and her career.”–Library Journal, Pre-Pub Alert
“In this sly and funny commentary on the institution of motherhood, Morris, the onetime host of the Mom Rage podcast, delivers a compulsively readable product. With short chapters and buttery-smooth prose, it’s also an exploration of the ebbs and flows of female friendship and how people can betray each other in microscopic ways.”-Booklist, starred review