Friday, December 8, 2017

What Helen Read #20: November 2017

I thought I had a good chance of having read more books than Helen this month cos I did much better than I thought but alas! that is not to be. Helen is totally kickass with her reading and once again read more books than I did. Of course, it's not a competition. All reading, any reading done for the month is wonderful.

Also, I wanted to mention, as I am putting this blog post together, this is my first time playing Christmas carols. I'm starting to get into the mood for the festive season but I digress. Let's get back to what Helen read. But on the topic of Christmas, Helen's read a lot of Christmas themed books since it is this time of the year when all the Christmas books come out. They are such romantic reads.

Here's what Helen read for November.











Another excellent month for Helen. Let's see what she thought of what she read.

Starting with the Christmas stories I mentioned above, Helen read a lot of them and all the ones she's read she highly recommends to get into the mood for Christmas.

Jasmine Sea by Phillip Nefri-Clark is the follow-on book from The Stationmaster's Cottage and it was fabulous with lots of romance and suspense in a quiet seaside town.

Child of Africa by TM Clark was a gripping story set in hard times in Africa. Helen thoroughly enjoyed it.

With hot and steamy reads, there was the first in the new Harlequin Dare line, Clare Connelly's Off Limits. You'll need to keep a fan ready for that one. And Jackie Ashenden's The Big, Bad Billionaire, the final book in the Fairy Tales series was fabulous.

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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8 comments:

  1. Such fabulous stories and I love falling into them :)

    Have Fun

    Helen

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    1. It's wonderful to disappear into a book.

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    1. Aren't they fantastic? Helen always has great reads.

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  3. Here are the books I've read in November
    Leopards blood by Christine feehan
    Conard county courtship by Rachel Lee
    Last ship off polaris g by carol van Natta
    Hot pursuit by Julie Ann walker
    Fated stars by Veronica Scott
    In his Majesty's service by jenny urban
    Dead ringer and dark horse by bj Daniels
    Cold dark promise by Toni Anderson
    Wyatt by Lynn Raye Harris
    Shattered by kaylea cross
    Shattered by Allison Brennan
    Leaning into a wish by lane hayes
    Savage rising by Katie reus
    Ramses the damned by Ann rice

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    1. Oh, you have quite a few that I have on my to read list - which is stupid long, BTW. You had a good month. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Some great looking reads! His Mistletoe Proposal looks cute.

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    1. I love the Harlequin Romances. I have that on my to read list.

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