Monday, January 25, 2021

What Helen Read #55: December 2020

Wow! Almost the end of January already. This year is going to fly by. My apologies that this post is a little late. Things got a little busy and we had a last minute trip into the city for some errands and lunch with my parents so where I would spent the day yesterday working on this post, I didn't have time. Better late than never.

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

Stoken Kiss With Her Billionaire Boss by Susan Meier
Stolen Kiss With Her Billionaire Boss

Christmas Among The Gum Trees by Jennie Jones
Christmas Among The Gum Trees

The King's Bride By Arrangement by Annie West
The King's Bride By Arrangement

The Cartographer's Secret by Tea Cooper
The Cartographer's Secret (Amazon AU)

The Flapper and the Flyboy by Loucinda McGary
The Flapper And The Flyboy

Second Chance In Barcelona by Fiona McArthur
Second Chance In Barcelona

The Shearer's Wife by Fleur McDonald
The Shearer's Wife

Betrayed Hearts by Cheryl Rosario
Betrayed Hearts

The Last Truehart by Darry Fraser
The Last Truehart

Something Like This by Karly Lane
Something Like This

A Granite Springs Christmas by Maggie Christensen
A Granite Springs Christmas

Starting From Scratch by Penelope Janu
Starting From Scratch

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

Standouts would be Starting From Scratch by Penelope Janu which released 6th January. I finished that at night at 10.00pm on 31st December so it just made 2020 and a must read written in first person. It's an emotional and beautiful story.

The Cartographer's Secret by Tea Cooper was a mystery set in two time lines back in Australia’s past a page turner and so very well written.

Annie West always makes me smile with her fabulous stories and The King's Bride By Arrangement was so very good.

Fiona McArthur took me on a gorgeous journey to Barcelona fabulous characters a moving story and what fabulous setting in Second Chance In Barcelona.

A few Christmas stories that are always lovely to read in December with an anthology of Aussie Christmas stories called Christmas Among The Gum Trees that was lots of fun. Susan Meier’s Stolen Kiss With Her Billionaire Boss finished the Christmas at the Harrington Park Hotel series beautifully and I had a trip back to Granite Springs with A Granite Springs Christmas by Maggie Christensen was very heart-warming.

Darry Fraser's The Last Truehart is a great Aussie historical and Karly Lane taught me about the brumbies and made me sigh with a beautiful romance in Something Like This.

I thoroughly enjoyed all of them and look forward to a great reading year in 2021.

Have fun, Helen.

Well, that's it for what Helen read. What did you think? Did you read the same books? Different books? What did you read this month? Tell us below.

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  1. I can't believe we are so close to the end of January and the kids will be back at school by next Monday that 6 weeks went very quick.

    So many good books :0

    have Fun


    1. I know. The month has gone so fast. And then February and Valentine's Day is around the corner.