Monday, September 13, 2021

What Helen Read #63: August 2021

Hey there, how are you all doing? There's not much to report here, to be honest. We are still in lockdown and hardly leave the house. We get out about once a week and combine any medical or dental appointments with a weekly shop for groceries and food. That's about all the excitement there is going on here. Plenty of time for work and reading. I've been a bit slow on the reading front this month, but I think that's quite normal. I tend to alternate between a big reading month and a slower reading month all the time. It's because after a big month, I think my brain says to me, you need a break and to take it a little easier this month. Read less books and do something else. I've been watching makeup and cooking videos. Learned some fabulous new recipes that I've fed to Steve and he's loved. But enough of me blathering on...

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

The Garden of Hopes and Dreams by Barbara Hannay
The Garden Of Hopes And Dreams

The Life She Dreams by Maggie Christensen
The Life She Dreams

From One Night To The Desert Queen by Pippa Roscoe
From One Night To Desert Queen

The Secrets Mothers Keep by Jacquie Underdown
The Secrets Mothers Keep

Over Byron Bay by Jane Ellyson
Over Byron Bay

A Consequence Made In Greece by Annie West
A Consequence Made in Greece

Caribbean Nights WIth The Tycoon by Andrea Bolter
Caribbean Nights WIth The Tycoon

Grady by Ann B Harrison

Married For One Reason Only by Dani Collins
Married For One Reason Only

Something In The Wine by Tricia Stringer
Something In The Wine

Sold To The Spaniard by Trish Morey
Sold To The Spaniard

Mark Of Guilt by Diane Hester
Mark Of Guilt

Cinderella And The Brooding Billionaire by Michelle Douglas
Cinderella And The Brooding Billionaire

Treasured Lies by Kendall Talbot
Treasured Lies

The Liar Next Door by Nicola Marsh
The Liar Next Door

Devil In The Details by Savannah Blaize
Devil In The Details

One Night With Her Italian BOss by Trish Morey
One Night With Her Italian Boss

Till Daph Do Us Part by Phillipa Nefri Clark
Till Daph Do Us Part

The Farmer's Friend by Fiona McArthur
The Farmer's Friend

Manhattan's Most Scandalous Reunion by Dani Collins
Manhattan's Most Scandalous Reunion

The Scoundrel's Daughter by Anne Gracie
The Scoundrel's Daughter

All About Ella by Meredith Appleyard
All About Ella

The Riviera House by Natasha Lester
The Rivera House

Taming The Hot-Shot Doc by Susan Carlisle
Taming The Hot-Shot Doc

Wild At Heart by Leesa Bow
Wild At Heart

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

There are some very awesome stories in this list and picking standouts again is going to be hard. I did enjoy them all though. 😊

The Scoundrel's Daughter by Anne Gracie. What can I say? Her stories are just so good and with this one we get two beautiful romances, I loved it.

Barbara Hannay’s newest, The Garden Of Hopes And Dreams, Fiona McArthur’s The Farmer's Friend, Meredith Appleyard’s All About Ella and Natasha Lester’s The Rivera House were all absolutely fabulous must reads.

Phillipa Nefri Clark has a new book out, Till Daph Do Us Part, and it's the start of a new cozy mystery series. It was lots of fun.

I read some Harlequin Mills & Boon and was not disappointed. Annie West's A Consequence Made in Greece, Michelle Douglas's Cinderella And The Brooding Billionaire, and Andrea Bolter’s Caribbean Nights WIth The Tycoon were awesome reads.

A couple of suspense stories with Kendall Talbot’s Treasured Lies and Nicola Marsh’s The Liar Next Door are both books I would highly recommend.

I don’t read a lot of paranormal but I did thoroughly enjoy book two in Savannah Blaize’s series, Devil In The Details.

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 did have a great reading month and thoroughly enjoyed it, there is nothing like falling inot a good book and leaving everything else behind :)

    Have Fun


    1. You had a much bigger month this month than usual. I definitely noticed it while putting the post together. Yay you!!!