Friday, March 9, 2018

What Helen Read #23: February 2018

A bit of a quieter month for Helen but still and excellent one. She had a lot of books she loved.

Here's what Helen read for January.

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

I had another great month with some fabulous stories so many different genres in the romance world.

It is hard for me to pick stand outs but Birthright by Fiona Lowe is a woman’s fiction that took on family, wills, and what they will do to get what they want. It was a compelling fabulous read. Another woman’s fiction debut author Kali Napier took us back to the 1930’s and the depression in a small town on the ocean in Western Australia so many secrets with The Secrets At Ocean's Edge. This one had me turning the pages.

I loved The Woman of W.A.R. series about female Aussie Rules players in Australia Nicola Marsh, Catherine Evans and Amy Andrews took me on an exciting journey with strong heroines and heroes to match with Game OnLong Game and Fair Game. I do love my sport.

I read another couple of the new Harlequin Dare books and loved them wow they are hot and steamy and so very good. Way to go Katee Robert and Jackie Ashenden with Make Me Want and Ruined.

Annie West took me to Greece with Contracted For The Petrakis Heir for another story that is a keeper for me. Ms West never disappoints and Michelle Douglas had me smiling as her hero and heroine care for a baby in A Baby In His In-Tray.

I read my first Lily Malone book, Water Under The Bridge and it won’t be my last a rural romance that made me smile.

Karen Rock’s book had me on the edge of my seat and good news this is the start of a series with Dangerous Moves.

Aussie authors Sasha Cottman and Louise Reynolds took me on journeys with My Gentleman Spy and Miss Valentine's Love Emporium. One back to the regency one a small town romance so very good both of them

I really did enjoy all of the books, all of them I would recommend.

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 and they always look so pretty with all of the covers up :)

    Have Fun


    1. You always have lots of good books to read, Helen. Yay!!

  2. Thanks for picking up my Baby, Helen! :-)

    1. It sounds like such a cute story. It's on my reading list.

    2. I'm certain I will once I get to my giant TBR.

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    1. Helen had a good month, but she always does. She loves her reading.