Monday, October 11, 2021

What Helen Read #64: September 2021

Do you know what today is? Today is the first day of freedom. Our statewide lockdown ends today and we get some freedoms back like being able to visit friends and family, go get a haircut, and eat at restaurants. I'm looking forward to things opening up again but still being very cautious since there are still a lot of unvaccinated people around, particularly in my area. In the meantime, I'm reading a bit more so far this month. How are you doing?

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

The Unusual Abduction of Avery Conifer by Ilsa Evans
The Unusual Abduction of Avery Conifer (Amazon AU)

The Prince's Royal Love-Child by Trish Morey
The Prince's Royal Love-Child

Stargazer by Wendy S Marcus

Happy Hour by Jacquie Byron
Happy Hour (Amazon AU)

The Family She Didn't Expect by Helen Lacey
The Family She Didn't Expect

Playing It Safe by Amy Andrews
Playing It Safe

The Housemate by Sarah Bailey
The Housemate (Amazon AU)

The Buchanan Girls by Emily Madden
The Buchanan Girls

Treasured Dreams by Kendall Talbot
Treasured Dreams

Two Secret Sins by Anna Campbell
Two Secret Sins

Muster In The Dust by Mel A Rowe
Muster In The Dust

Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty
Apples Never Fall

Murder By Numbers by Megan Mayfair
Murder By Numbers

The Curlew's Eye by Karen Manton
The Curlew's Eye

Say You'll Be Mine by RJ Groves
Say You'll Be Mine

Meet Me In Tahiti by Georgia Toffolo
Meet Me In Tahiti

Twins For The Neurosurgeon by Louisa Heaton
Twins For The Neurosurgeon

Shy Innocent In The Spotlight by Melanie Milburne
Shy Innocent In The Spotlight

Echoes Of War by Tania Blanchard
Echoes Of War

The Wattle Island Book Club by Sandie Docker
The Wattle Island Book Club

Doctor Bennett's Babies by Fiona McArthur
Dr Bennett's Babies

Daughter Of The Hunter Valley by Paula J Beavan
Daughter Of The Hunter Valley

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

We are so lucky as readers to have so many wonderful books to read and I am every grateful for them. They take me around the world, back in time, and let me have a good time and choosing stand-outs is ever so hard. 😊

Muster In The Dust by Mel A Rowe is another awesome story in the Elsie Creek series and this one might be my favourite of them all so far. Rigsy, the hero is just the best hero.

Paula J Beavan released her debut this month with Daughter Of The Hunter Valley, and it is one that I highly recommend. I flew through this one not wanting to put it down.

Trish Morey’s The Prince's Royal Love-Child, Helen Lacey’s The Family She Didn't Expect, Melanie Milburn’s Shy Innocent In The Spotlight, Louisa Heaton’s Twins For The Neurosurgeon and Fiona McArthur’s Dr Bennett's Babies all had me smiling lots.

Anna Campbell’s newest Two Secret Sins was a fabulous, sensual read. Another historical, Echoes Of War by Tania Blanchard is a new too me author and I loved it.

Emily Madden’s newest dual time story, The Buchanan Girls, had me turning the pages and guessing what was happening. It's a must read. Sandie Docker’s The Wattle Island Book Club is a beautiful story. Keep the tissues ready for this one.

I could keep going but will stop now but they were all great stories.

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. So many good books :)

    And yay it is freedom day for me too, I am off to see one of my daughters and two grandsons today and I can't wait and in time I will get to see my other children :)

    Not sure how much reading I will get done this month as I plan to meet up with some family and close friends, but I know there will be some reading, I couldn't cope without reading

    Have Fun


    1. You had such a great month of reading, Helen. And I'm so happy for you that you got to visit your family.