20 Fabulous New Releases to Watch for in February

I can't believe we are in the 2nd half of January! Looking ahead to February, I wish I had endless amounts of reading time to indulge in these 20 new February releases. 

The Mutual Admiration Society by Lesley Kagen (February 1 / Lake Union)

In the Shadow of Lakecrest by Elizabeth Blackwell (February 1 / Lake Union)

Kissing the Crisis: Field Notes on Foul-Mouthed Babies, Disenchanted Women, and Careening into Middle Age by Kara Martinez Bachman (February 1 / Quill Driver Books)

The Young Widower's Handbook by Tom McAllister (February 7 / Algonquin)

The Evening Road by Laird Hunt (February 7 / Little, Brown, and Company)

Forever is the Worst Long Time by Camille Pagan (February 7 / Lake Union)

Show Me a Kindness by Nancy Brandon (February 7 / Lake Union)

The Stolen Child by Lisa Carey (February 7 / Harper Perennial)

Stolen Beauty by Laurie Lico Albanese (February 7 / Atria)

The Sisters of Sugarcreek by Cathy Liggett (February 7 / Tyndale House)

My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella (February 7 / Bantam)

Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller (February 7 / Tin House)

The Nearness of You by Amanda Eyre Ward (February 14 / Ballantine)

Daughter of a Thousand Years by Amalia Carosella (February 21 / Lake Union)

The Fortunate Ones by Ellen Umansky (February 14 / William Morrow)

The Young Wives Club by Julie Pennell (February 14 / Atria, Emily Bestler Books, Alloy Entertainment)

Ashes by Steven Manchester (February 21 / Story Plant)

Why They Run the Way They Do by Susan Perabo (February 21 / Simon & Schuster)

Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach (February 21 / Random House)

If I Could Tell You by Elizabeth Wilhide (February 28 / Penguin)

I'm specifically interested in The Young Wives Club and Dead Letters. What about you? What is on your February TBR? 


Carmen said...

I requested Stolen Beauty from Netgalley. Fingers crossed to be approved! ;-)

Sarah's Book Shelves said...

I'm looking forward to Swimming Lessons too! And I read Why They Run the Way They Do last year - it's fantastic. Perabo's novel, The Fall of Lisa Bellow, is what's coming out this Feb, and I'm super excited about that one too!

Judy Krueger said...

I received a copy of The Young Widower's Handbook from my Nervous Breakdown Book Club subscription, so I will be reading that. Mostly February will be filled with reading the short list for the Tournament of Books, as I do most years. The list this year is pretty great.

Rhiannon Johnson said...

Fingers crossed, Carmen! Sarah, I thought that WTRTWTD was already released! It sounded familiar. Judy, I'm probably going to make it to 1-2 of these. I just can't keep up anymore. That's why I don't feel bad if I can't review something. Plus, I have a backlist full of releases I'd like to get to *sigh* I guess there's worse problems to have ;)