Friday, November 10, 2017

What Helen Read #19: October 2017

Each month I think "I wonder if I read more books than Helen?" and of course, the answer is always "no". It's a rare month when I am a more voracious reader than Helen is. She repeatedly gets her read on better than I do. I'm so envious. Right now I'm struggling with a book by one of my all time favorite authors. I bet that's not a problem Helen has.

Here's what Helen read for October.

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

Starting with The Greatest Gift by Rachael Johns. It was an amazing book. According to Helen, it's by far one of the best books she's ever read. It is extremely moving and heart wrenching but also with a lot of joy.

Ainslie Paton's The Love Experiment was a lot of fun.

And Annie West nailed with another fabulous story in The Greek's Forbidden Princess, as did Rachael Thomas with Valdez's Bartered Bride. If you haven't figured it out already, Helen loves the Harlequin Presents line.

Helen has tried a couple of new to her authors this month with Beth Prentice's Give Murder A Hand, a cosy mystery, and Renee Dahlia's In Pursuit of a Bluestocking which was a fabulous historical.

Amy Andrews brings out the best in her heroes and heroines with her latest instalment in her Rugby seriesPlaying With Forever.

JA Low's second book in the Bratva Jewels series, Diamond is another sizzling read.

Helen also enjoyed the entire Tule Royal Wedding Invitations series with The Prince's Bride by Sophie Weston, The Baronet's Wedding Engagement by Jessica Hart, The Bridesmaid's Royal Bodyguard by Liz Fielding and The Best Man's Bride by Anne McAllister.

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. So many good books I just love reading they take me on such great trips :)

    Have Fun


    1. Oh yes, reading takes us on such wonderful journeys.