5 Books to Add to Your TBR Stack in February

From crime thrillers to wedding planners, we have great titles to add to your “To Be Read” stack this month!

1. EVERY MISSING GIRL BY LEANNE KALE SPARKS

Will FBI agent Kendall Beck and Detective Adam Taylor be able to find Frankie before it’s too late? In this thrilling story and second installment in her series, Leanne Kale Sparks weaves the threads of this harrowing drama and builds the intensity to a fever pitch.

Read more about author Leanne Kale Sparks. Pre-order Every Missing Girl via Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

2. GUIDE TO SMART WEDDING PLANNING BY EDNA DRATCH-PARKER AND JERI SOLOMON

Engagement season is here! The Real Deal Wedding Insiders® – Guide to Smart Wedding Planning gives you practical and actionable steps to take control of your wedding planning, make the best decisions, and keep your sanity along the way.

Read more about authors Edna Dratch-Parker and Jeri Solomon. Order Guide to Smart Wedding Planning via Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

3. ROOTED BY LEWELLYN MELNYK

Rooted: How I Stay Small-Town Strong When Life Gets Hard and How You Can Too is a blend of self-help and memoir to get you through the tough times and show you how to live with compassion and joy while caring for yourself first. Through humor, vivacious attitude, and a soundtrack to match, this guide acknowledges and dispels the myths around rural living and shows that mental injury is often rooted in the culture of these communities.

Read more about author Lewellyn Melnyk. Pre-order Rooted at lewellynmelnyk.com.

4. FROM JUNKIE TO JUDGE BY MARY BETH O’CONNOR

From a junkie addicted to methamphetamines to a federal judge, Mary Beth O’Connor’s memoir shares her inspiring journey from rock bottom to resilience as she forged a personal path to recovery from trauma and addiction. 

Read more about author Mary Beth O’Connor. Order From Junkie to Judge via Barnes & Noble or Amazon.

5. SUNRISE BY KRISTIN ABELLO

In 2002, while on a training run in Houston, Texas, with her husband, Raul, in preparation for the Marine Corps Marathon, author Kristin Abello was struck by a car. As a result, she sustained a traumatic brain injury and other physical traumas. The initial consensus was that she wasn’t going to survive. In Sunrise, she tells her story of faith, love, hope and healing from TBI. While a love story, Sunrise is also the true story of her fight for survival.

As a companion to the book, Abello has also released Sunrise TBI Journal: Life After Traumatic Brain Injury Daily Diary, where TBI survivors can process their thoughts and log their progress. 

Read more about Kristin Abello. Order Sunrise and the Sunrise TBI Journal via Amazon.

 

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