Monday, May 11, 2020

What Helen Read #48: April 2020

Greetings and happy May!!! As I write this I have an asparagus and bacon frittata in the oven cooking. It's smelling delicious. Since the whole quanrantine thing started I've been cooking a lot more and I've been motivated to cook and be creative too. I'm working on and learning to use what I have in the fridge, freezer, and pantry to create interesting meals for myself and Steve since we have been eating at home all the time. We considered take away from some local restaurants that are now closed and offering take away but as much as we would like to support them we can't afford the restaurant prices they are charging frequently. So cooking it is.

How are you doing these days? Are you reading more or staying busy other ways? We are both well and I've been trying to read as much as I can though I have to balance that with work and home stuff. I hope you are staying well and staying safe. xoxo

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

Helen always has a fab reading month. Let's see what stood out for her ...

It is very hard to pick standouts, I can highly recommend everyone of these stories depending on what you fancy reading, or where you want a visit to, but I will try.

I read a few fabulous historicals this month. The Highlander's English Bride by Anna Campbell never to disappoints me. Amy Rose Bennett’s next instalment in her Disreputable Debutantes series, How To Catch An Errant Earl was fabulous and Cathleen Ross’s first regency, An Unsuitable Lady For a Lord was a big hit and Sasha Cottman’s Kendal was a regency with a difference.

A few rural romances. Mel A Rowe’s Caked In Dust was just so good especially if you fancy a trip to the Northern Territory and Rachael John’s is back with a rural romance with Something To Talk About. That hit the spot beautifully.

There are a few Harlequin stories that I love reading and these authors can take me on trips around the world or here in Australia. Thank you Annie West for Contracted To Her Greek Enemy and Michell Douglas for Redemption Of The Maverick Millionaire. I loved both of these.

Amy Andrews writes some sexy, fun stories. Undercover Billionaire and Asking For Trouble were so good and Alyssa J Montgomery had me turning the pages with Seduced By The Billionairee. I also have to mention Ainslie Paton. Wow! What a story in One Kiss From The King Of Rock and Annie Seaton took me on a lovely trip to the Whitsunday’s in Pippa and Eliza.

I know I have gone overboard again but truly theses are all 5 star reads and I loved them. It's so hard to just pick a few.

Have Fun, Helen.

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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