Monday, November 8, 2021

What Helen Read #65: October 2021

Y'all, I'm so sorry. This post is late and I have no excuse. I usually put the Monday posts together on Saturday or Sunday but we've been busy and then on Sunday, I chilled and read a book. So yeah, I dropped the ball on this one. My bad.

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

The Tea Ladies of St Jude's Hospital by Joanna Nell
The Tea Ladies of St Jude's Hospital

The Banksia House Breakout by James Roxburgh
The Banksia House Breakout (Amazon AU)

House of Spades by Amber Jakeman
House of Spades

Our Own Private Fig Tree by Rania Battany
Our Own Private Fig Tree

Treasured Whispers by Kendall Talbot
Treasured Whispers

Birds Of A Feather by Tricia Stringer
Birds Of A Feather (Amazon AU)

A Good Life by Leanne Lovegrove
A Good Life

The Shadow of Daph by Phillipa Nefri Clark
The Shadow of Daph (Amazon AU)

Summer of Serenity by Nicola Marsh
Summer of Serenity

Sweet Christmas Secrets by Joanne Austen Brown, et al
Sweet Christmas Secrets

Back In Her Spaniard's Bed by Trish Morey
Back In Her Spaniard's Bed

Treasure and Dirt by Chris Hammer
Treasure & Dirt

The Fossil Hunter by Tea Cooper
The Fossil Hunter (Amazon AU)

Queen By Royal Appointment by Lucy Monroe
Queen By Royal Appointment

Outback Secrets by Rachael Johns
Outback Secrets

Darkest Place by Jaye Ford
Darkest Place

Osprey Reef by Annie Seaton
Osprey Reef

Missing in Myanmar by Jane Ellyson
Missing in Myanmar

His Majesty's Hidden Heir by Lucy Monroe
His Majesty's Hidden Heir

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

A mixed bag of fabulous stories this month, some romance, romantic suspense, thrillers, cozy mystery and women’s fiction. I love changing the genres up. It's so hard choosing the standouts, let me try. 😊

Rania Battany’s Our Own Private Fig Tree is a fabulous story, a must read one that I would highly recommend, beautifully written and filled with emotion.

Woman’s fiction is one of my favourite genres and there were some wonderful reads this month, Joanna Nell’s The Tea Ladies of St Jude's Hospital, Tricia Stringer's Birds Of A Feather, and  James Roxburugh’s The Banksia House Breakout.

Some thrillers that kept me on the edge of my seat, Chris Hammer’s Treasure & Dirt, and Jaye Ford’s Darkest Place.

I read two Lucy Monroe books with Queen By Royal Appointment and His Majesty's Hidden Heir, and Trish Morey’s newest, Back In Her Spaniard's Bed. All three are fabulous romances.

And I can’t leave out Phillipa Nefri Clark’s The Shadow of Daph or Annie Seaton’s Osprey Reef, Rachael Johns' Outback Secrets, Nicola Marsh’s Summer of Serenity, and Tea Cooper's The Fossil Hunter.

So many good books. 😊

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. Again there are so many great books, we are very lucky for the authors we have :)

    Have Fun


    1. It's awesome when you read lots of great books. It makes me happy.