Wednesday, September 14, 2022

What Helen Read #75: August 2022

Greetings from a chilly Minnesota. I'm pretty last minute for this post and I'm all turned around with the dang time zones. I keep forgetting that I no longer live in the future and now I feel like I'm behind on everything. As I do this, it's 4:25am back home on the day that this is supposed to post and it's 1:25pm here the day before. It's still Tuesday here, if you're wondering. Dang time zones. And it's going to be like this for another five weeks for me. Oh, the agony! But that said, it's nice to be visiting Steve's mom and catching up with some friends we haven't seen for a long time here.

PS. This is scheduled to post at 6am and I finished it at 5:07am. Talk about getting in by the skin of my teeth!

Here's what Helen read for the last month.

Gone To Ground by Bronwyn Hall
Gone To Ground
Innocent In Her Enemy's Bed by Dani Collins
Innocent In Her Enemy's Bed
The Bellbird River Country Choir by Sophie Green
The Bellbird River Country Choir
Hostile Mission by Kendall Talbot
Hostile Mission

Mending The ER Doc's Heart by Susan Carlisle
Mending The ER Doc's Heart
The Shape Of Us by Lisa Ireland
The Shape Of Us (Amazon AU)
The Happiest Little Town by Barbara Hannay
The Happiest Little Town
Hometown Cowboy by Dakota Harrison
Hometown Cowboy

Claimed To Save His Crown by Pippa Roscoe
Claimed To Save His Crown
The Ex Between Us by Nicola Marsh
The Ex Between Us
The Desert King Meets His Match by Annie West
The Desert King Meets His Match
Written In Dust by Mel A Rowe
Written In Dust

Nurse's Outback Temptation by Amy Andrews
Nurse's Outback Temptation
Starting Over In Bellbird Bay by Maggie Christensen
Starting Over In Bellbird Bay
The Keepers Of The Lighthouse by Kaye Dobbie
The Keepers Of The Lighthouse
Bound To The Bodyguard by Hayson Manning
Bound To The Bodyguard

The Opal Miner's Daughter by Fiona McArthur
The Opal Miner's Daughter
My Year With The Billionaire by Rachael Stewart
My Year With The Billionaire
Amber And Alice by Janette Paul
Amber And Alice
The Librarian Spy by Madeline Martin
The Librarian Spy

The Carnival Is Over by Greg Woodland
The Carnival Is Over

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

To pick out some standouts here we go, so many good books. 😊

A few really good Harlequin M&B books this month Presents and Medical, and I highly recommend them all.

Amy Andrews newest medical, Nurse's Outback Temptation was fabulous as was Susan Carlisle’s Mending The ER Doc's Heart.

Dani Collins, Pippa Roscoe and Annie West outdid themselves with their new Harlequin Presents stories filled with fabulous heroes and heroines and awesome locations.

Rachael Stewart’s newest, My Year With The Billionaire was so good. A castle in the Scottish Highlands, snow, and a ball.

New release from Fiona McArthur, Barbara Hannay and Sophie Green had me turning the page.

A couple of historical fiction from Madeline Martin and Kaye Dobbie that I do highly recommend.

Thrillers. Yes, these had me on the edge of my seat from Nicola Marsh, Bronwyn Hall (a fabulous debut).

Dakota Harrison’s new one in the With Love From Kurrajong Crossing series is a must read.

And of course the long awaited Hayson Manning book, Bound To The Bodyguard is fabulous.

I know 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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