Monday, January 24, 2022

What Helen Read #67: December 2021

Another Sunday and we were at the local pub for a Sunday roast. I do love a Sunday roast and this was roast pork. Yummy. I keep thinking I need to get my act together and be more prepared for my Monday post, but for some reason I procrastinate till the last minute, so here I am, after a yummy lunch and thinking I'd rather have a nap. LOL. What are you doing on your Sunday?

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

A Merry Aussie Christmas by Stefanie London
A Merry Aussie Christmas

A Christmas Love Redeemed by Alison Stuart
A Christmas Love Redeemed

A Spy For Lady Clementine by Susanne Bellamy
A Spy For Lady Clementine

The Long Weekend by Fiona Palmer
The Long Weekend

Eleven Pipers Piping by Pamela Hart
Eleven Pipers Piping

Beauty and the Reclusive Millionaire by Rachel Stewart
Beauty And The Reclusive Millionaire

The Spy's Wife by Fiona McIntosh
The Spy's Wife (Amazon AU)

Taken by the Sheikh by Trish Morey
Taken By The Sheikh

Kill Your Brother by Jack Heath
Kill Your Brother

Her Doctor Prince by Fiona McArthur
Her Doctor Prince

The Prodigal Sister by Darry Fisher
The Prodigal Sister

Road To Rosalee by Mandy Magro
Road To Rosalee

Tales of Life and Daph by Phillipa Nefri Clark
Tales Of Live And Daph

Treasured Hopes by Kendall Talbot
Treasured Hopes

A Baby For Christmas by Trish Morey
A Baby For Christmas

A Lady's Heart Deceived by Sasha Cottman
A Lady's Heart Deceived

All's Fair In Love and Chocolate by Amy Andrews
All's Fair In Love And Chocolate

The Furphy Anthology 2021
The Furphy Anthology 2021 (Amazon AU)

One Snowbound New Year's Night by Dani Collins
One Snowbound New Year's Night

The Doctor's Vision by Fiona McArthur
The Doctor's Vision

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

I read a few Christmas stories in December which I love doing, and I must say that I did thoroughly enjoy them all. Stefanie London’s A Merry Aussie Christmas was such a gorgeous story set in a beachside town.

Fiona McIntosh’s The Spy's Wife was a page turner of a story set just before WW11 and is filled with suspense and a love so strong.

For thrillers, I read Jack Heath’s Kill Your Brother and wow, it was my first book from this author but it won’t be my last.

Sasha Cottman released another in her Dukes of Strathmore series with A Lady's Heart Deceived  and I devoured it. Darry Fraser’s newest The Prodigal Sister is an Australian historical and a great read too.

I did love all of the books I read in December and I would recommend them all depending on what type of story you are looking for and I could keep listing them but I will stop now. 😊

Happy New Year to you all, lets hope it is a better one.

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 :)

    Have Fun


    1. This is true. There are always more books than time to read them all.