Friday, April 14, 2017

What Helen Read #12: March 2017

Wow! Helen had an AMAZING reading month for March. Woot! That's a pretty impressive list of books she's got through. Check out all her pretties.













I think I need to buckle down and get stuck on the reading if I ever have a hope of surpassing Helen in the reading game. :-) But, she's going to be on vacation for two weeks, so maybe I can sneak ahead of her. :-)

Helen says she read quite a few Harlequin romances this month from the Medical, Presents, Sexy and Modern lines. All of them were fabulous but special congratulations goes to Carol Marinelli on publishing her 100th book with Harlequin with The Innocent's Secret Baby. What an achievement!!

Jackie Ashenden nails it with her sexy, beasty hero in The Billionaire Beast. Helen says she loved it.

For new to her authors, Helen read A Letter From Italy by Pamela Hart. An excellent story and this won't be her last book by Pamela Hart that she'll read. Steve also read the same book and he loved it too. He said it was extremely well written. Look out for a Manview from him about it soon.

Taken By The CEO by Stefanie London kept Helen in smiles with a fabulous story.

And Sarah Barrie had Helen on the edge of her seat with Promise of Hunters Ridge. It was a gripping romantic suspense.

Well, here's what Helen read. What do you think? Did you read any of the same books? What did you read this month? Tell us below.


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6 comments:

  1. I still need to try out Heyer. I think I have one of hers on audiobook. Hrms. Will have to do a quick search :)

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    1. I've never read Heyer either and I have a heap of her books on my Kindle. I bought them when they were on super sale a while ago. *hangs head*

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  2. Oooh Sylvester - my #1 Heyer book!

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    1. Maybe I'll read that one as my first Heyer book?

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  3. I have only listened too the Georgette Heyer stories not read them and so far Sylvester is my favourite :)

    Have Fun
    Helen

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    1. At least you are "reading" them. Mine are gathering dust on my Kindle.

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