Friday, October 13, 2017

What Helen Read #18: September 2017

Helen's reading prowess always blows me away. I'm envious of the amount she reads. Very impressive. She has a lot of books read in September. Looks like another good month for Helen.

Another excellent month for Helen. Let's see what she thought of what she read.

Nineteen Letters by Jodi Perry was a very moving story, as was Secrets Between Friends by Fiona Palmer.

Jennifer Brassel nailed it with her Warrior King. This was set in the past in early Egypy and spans a few years. A highly recommend from Helen on this one.

The Baby Doctor by Fiona McArthur was fantastic. Ms McArthur has done with again with an awesome story set in Outback Australia with strong engageing characters.

The Harlequin stories, His Majesty's Temporary Bride by Annie West, The Tycoon's Marriage Deal by Melanie Milburne, and Bound By The Millionaire's Ring by Dani Collins were all a mix of heartwarming and strong alpha heroes.

Conveniently Engaged To The Boss by Ellie Darkins and Ethan's Daughter by Rachel Brimble left Helen smiling which she thoroughly enjoyed.

Another sexy, fabulous SEAL story in A SEAL's Surprise by Tawny Weber.

The new Secrets Of The A-List serial series is excellent. There is so much happening - secrets, fixers, etc. Helen is loving it.

Need You Now by Emma Douglas is the first in a new series and Helen loved it.

Dangerous Deeds by Beth Prentice was a fun-filled, action-packed story.

Well, here's what Helen read. What do you think? Did you read any of the same books? What did you read this month? Tell us below.

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  1. I haven't read most of those books but I love Tawny Weber and must read more from her now.

    1. I haven't read most of Helen's books either. I hear really good things about Tawny Weber.

  2. I never miss a Tawny Weber book her next one is waiting for me on my kindle now :)

    So many fabulous stories :)

    have Fun

    1. I need to check out Tawny Weber. I hear good things from people about her all the time. And of course, you rave about her.

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    1. I love Egypt as a setting. In particular, ancient Egypt. Throwback to school and my history classes. The Egyptians fascinated me.

  4. It is a really good story true to the actions of what life was like back then and a love that lasted :)

    Have Fun

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    1. Yeah, I love looking at all the book covers lined up like that.