Monday, December 13, 2021

What Helen Read #66: November 2021

It's Sunday as I'm putting this together and I've had a lovely day so far. My parents stopped by to visit and my dad had a craving for a really good burger so we took him to our favorite local pub for a burger. He loves the burgers there and they do fantastic burgers. They do this mini challenge burger which is GIGANTIC and he and mum shared it. We still had lots of chips and wedges to bring home for another meal. For a starter, I ordered their sweet chilli and cheese bread. Our first time trying it and wow! Delicious! What did you do on your Sunday?

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

Stars Over the Southern Ocean by J H Fletcher
Stars Over the Southern Ocean

Cherlie's Will by Susan Mackie
Charlie's Will

Deception Creek by Fleur McDonald
Deception Creek

A Place To Start Over by Susan Mackie
A Place To Start Over

A Baby For The Billionaire by Trish Morey
A Baby For The Billionaire

The Innocent's Protector In Paradise by Annie West
The Innocent's Protector in Paradise

The Farmer's Husband by Ann B Harrison
The Farmer's Husband

The Way It Is Now by Garry Disher
The Way It Is Now (Amazon AU)

The Women of Pearl Island by Polly Crosby
The Women of Pearl Island

A Mother's Story by Maggie Christensen
A Mother's Story

Must Love Christmas by Kelly Hunter
Must Love Christmas

The Greek Secret She Carries by Pippa Roscoe
The Greek Secret She Carries

Rolled In Dust by Mel A Rowe
Rolled In Dust

Snowy Ever After by Samantha Chase and Stefanie London
Snowy Ever After

The Spaniel's Secret by Megan Mayfair
The Spaniel's Secret

Down A Dark River by Karen Odden
Down A Dark River

The Family Inheritance by Tricia Stringer
The Family Inheritance

Once Burnt, Twice Shy by Karly Lane
Once Burnt, Twice Shy

King of Rogues by Sasha Cottman
King of the Rogues

Unforgiven by Sarah Barrie
Unforgiven (Amazon AU)

A Contract For His Runaway Bride by Melanie Milburne
A Contract For His Runaway Bride

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

I had a really good month of reading and a mixture of genres as well stands outs. It will be hard to choose, let me try...

Lots of fabulous romances this month and I cannot not mention Kelly Hunter’s Must Love Christmas. Wow! It was a gorgeous story. Snow, Christmas time, a ranch. It's a must read. Mel A Rowe had another release in The Elsie Creek series which was emotional and maybe the best one yet, then Annie West, Pippa Roscoe and Melanie Milburne all had new Harlequin Presents released and they were fabulous. I have to mention Trish Morey’s A Baby For The Billionaire was a fabulous story as well.

I also read some exciting mystery/thrillers. Garry Disher is a new to me author. I loved The Way It Is Now and Sarah Barrie’s newest Unforgiven is a page turner. I think it is her best yet. Another new to me author, Karen Oden took me back to 1878 for a murder mystery that had me turning the pages.

I could keep going and mention them all honestly this month all of them were good. Karly Lane’s newest is heartwarming and heart-wrenching at the same time, and Tricia Stringer never disappoints.

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 book, we really are blessed with so many fabulous authors :)

    Have Fun


    1. Isn't it wonderful that there are do many great books to read?