Wednesday, June 8, 2022

What Helen Read #72: May 2022

Y'all, I almost forgot about this post. Argh! My only excuse is that work has been terribly busy (that's a good thing), but it means that if I'm not diligent about checking off my to-do list, sometimes I miss things. Today was crazy busy with a few new clients, but I was also focused on trying to catch up on scheduling a few things that I'm behind on. Oy! The time kinda ran away with me. But have no fear, here I am.

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

Escape Mission by Kendall Talbot
Escape Mission

Outback Sky The Pilot by Annie Seaton
Outback Sky: The Pilot

The German Wife by Kelly Rimmer
The German Wife

The Truth About Faking It by Cassie Hamer
The Truth About Faking It

Dancing With The Enemy by Diane Armstrong
Dancing With The Enemy (Amazon AU)

His Best Friend's Baby by Barbara Hannay
His Best Friend's Baby

Coming Home To Bellbird Bay by Maggie Christensen
Coming Home To Bellbird Bay

On A Starlit Ocean by Charlotte Nash
On A Starlit Ocean

The Highland Earl's Revenge by Cathleen Ross
The Highland Earl's Revenge

The Midsummer Garden by Kirsty Manning
The Midsummer Garden

Poetic Licence by Kevin Price
Poetic License (Amazon AU)

Daughters of Eve by Nina D Campbell
Daughters Of Eve

All Is Fair In Love by Sasha Cottman
All Is Fair In Love

A Mother For Ella by Trish Morey
A Mother For Ella

Love In A Sunburnt Land Volume Two
Love In A Sunburnt Land Volume Two

An A-List For Death by Pamela Hart
An A-List For Death

Stolen From Her Royal Wedding by Pippa Roscoe
Stolen From Her Royal Wedding

The Watsons by Anna Stirling and Jane Austen
The Watsons

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

Again so many good books, and choosing standouts is always hard. 😊

There is a new series set in Wirralong and I have read the first two in the series. Barbara Hannay’s His Best Friend's Baby and Trish Morey’s A Mother For Ella. Both are so very good.

A few historicals this month as well Cathleen Ross’s The Highland Earl's Revenge pulled me in. I love a Scottish tale. Kelly Rimmer has another fabulous book out, The German Wife, and I loved Dian Armstrong’s Dancing With The Enemy.

I must highly recommend Daughters Of Eve by debut author Nina Campbell. This was a compelling story of revenge and a must read.

Cassie Hamer’s newest The Truth About Faking It was a great read.

I also read a great anthology Love In A Sunburnt Land, Volume Two.

And I read The Watsons by Anna Stirling and Jane Austen. The first ten chapters are the unfinished story by Jane Austen and Anna Stirling finished the story off. Ms Stirling did a great job of finishing the story.

All of them are great reads that I would recommend, until next month.

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 love looking at those covers all together they look so good, and so many good books :)

    I am so thankful for the authors we have

    Have Fun


    1. The covers always look gorgeous together. You had a good reading month.