Wednesday, November 9, 2022

What Helen Read #76: September & October 2022

Greetings! It's late Tuesday evening and I'm kinda hustling to get this post out. I remembered late that I needed to do this and I didn't want to leave it till tomorrow this time. Plus, I owe it to Helen to at least be on time, since I missed posting this last month for her. I'm almost back to normal with adjusting to being home and getting back into the swing of things. Work is picking up and getting busier, but that's a good thing. Hope everyone had a good month in October and enjoying November. Where has the year gone? Before we know it, it will be Christmas.

Here's what Helen read for September and October.

The Unbelieved by Vikki Petraitis
The Unbelieved
Beyond The Gate by Rhonda Forrest
Beyond The Gate
The Heart Match by Phillipa Nefri Clark
The Heart Match
The Swift and The Harrier by Minette Walters
The Swift and The Harrier

The Proxy Bride by Zoe Boccabella
The Proxy Bride
Her Outback Home by Leanna Lovegrove
Her Outback Home
Reclusive Millionaire's Mistletoe Miracle by Michelle Douglas
Reclusive Millionaire's Mistletoe Miracle
That's The Spirit by Beth Prentice
That's The Spirit

The Marriage That Made Her Queen by Kali Anthony
The Marriage That Made Her Queen
Fall and Foul Play by Megan Mayfair
Fall and Foul Play
One Woman's War by Christine Wells
One Woman's War
The Promise of Home by Nicola Marsh
The Promise of Home

Hunter By Nature by AJ Swann
Hunter By Nature
Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owen
Where The Crawdads Sing
Cinderella's Secret Baby by Dani Collins
Cinderella's Secret Baby
Under The Influence by Katrina May
Under The Influence

The Three Lives of Alix St Pierre by Natasha Lester
The Three Lives of Alix St Pierre
Protecting Their Destiny by Erin Moira O'Hara
Protecting Their Destiny
Esther's Children by Caroline Beecham
Esther's Children (Amazon AU)
Beneath The Sapphire Sky by Dakota Harrison
Beneath The Sapphire Sky

The Bay by Allie Reynolds
The Bay
A Country Christmas by Fiona Marsden
A Country Christmas
Reclaiming His Runaway Cinderella by Annie West
Reclaiming His Runaway Cinderella
Under A Veiled Moon by Karen Odden
Under a Veiled Moon

Keeping Up Appearances by Tricia Stringer
Keeping Up Appearances
Tempted By The English Marquis by Sasha Cottman
Tempted By The English Marquis
A Stone's Throw by Karly Lane
A Stone's Throw
Odessa by Annie Seaton

The Liars by Petronella McGovern
The Liars (Amazon AU)
Nine Months After That Night by Melanie Milburne
Nine Months After That Night
Hawaiian Hurricane by Laney Kane
Hawaiian Hurricane
The Model Wife by Tricia Stringer
The Model Wife

Daughter Of The Home Front by Jennie Jones
Daughter Of The Home Front
Only She Knew by Linda Charles
Only She Knew
The Only Child by Kayte Nunn
The Only Child
Murder Below The Mistletoe by Kaz Delaney
Murder Below The Mistletoe

The Work Wives by Rachael Johns
The Work Wives (Amazon AU)
The Trouble With Earls by Anna Campbell
The Trouble With Earls
Conviction by Frank Chambers

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

Helen in September:

Again so many good books. Not only romance but thrillers and historical fiction as well, I will do may best to pick out some standouts.

I do love my Harlequin Mills & Boon stories. They are always sure to take me around the world with fabulous heroes and heroines. This month, Michelle Douglas’s Reclusive Millionaire's Mistletoe Miracle, Kali Anthony’s The Marriage That Made Her Queen, and Dani Collins's Cinderella's Secret Baby did just that.

A couple more books in the new Bindarra Creek series by Rhonda Forest and Erin Moira O’Hara had me turning the pages, and another in the With Love from Kurrajong Crossing series from Dakota Harrison were so good.

Natasha Lester’s The Three Lives of Alix St Pierre is so good, as is Christine Wells’s One Woman's War and The Proxy Bride by Zoe Boccabella all are set around WW2 and must reads.

Phillipa Nefri Clark and Leanne Lovegrove both have new releases that I would highly recommend.

A couple of thrillers not to be missed A.J. Swann’s 2nd in her series, Hunter By Nature was not putdownable, and The Unbelieved by Vikki Petraitis was a fabulous read.

A couple of cosy mysteries from Beth Prentice and Megan Mayfair I thoroughly enjoyed.

And finally I read Where The Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens after seeing the movie and I highly recommend both the book and the movie.

Helen in October:

Lots of great books across different genres, now to pick some standouts. 😊

A few historicals this month. Anna Campbell has a new book out The Trouble With Earls and it was so good. Sasha Cottman also released a new one which I devoured called Tempted By The English Marquis.

Annie West and Melanie Milburne did not disappoint with their new Harlequin releases Nine Months After That Night and Reclaiming His Runaway Cinderella which was Annie’s 50th book. Woo hoo!!! Congrats, Annie!!!

I loved Fiona Marsden’s A Country Christmas. It's never too early for a Christmas story.

A few thrillers and crime stories that had me turning the pages. The Bay by Allie Reynolds, The Liars by Petronella McGovern, and Conviction by Frank Chalmers.

Jennie Jones's Daughter Of The Home Front is a beautiful story. I have to mention Kaz Delaney’s newest Murder Below The Mistletoe, Kayte Nunn’s The Only Child and Karen Odden’s Under a Veiled Moon. They are all must reads and Tricia Stringer never disappoints with her stories.

Really they are all great stories and I do highly recommend them.

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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