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by Bec McMaster
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Sam's Reading: A Work in Progress
Sam's Reading: A Work in Progress rated it 5 months ago
The first part was easy to read and leave and then I got 50% and didn't want to put it down. Then I got 85% and just wanted it to end.I enjoyed it enough, but not to unreservedly continue the series. I'm just not sure yet. 3.5ish.
Tina's Reading Books
Tina's Reading Books rated it 3 years ago
Interesting take on vampires and how the author built her society.The steampunk elements were very light. Some bio mechanics, mention of a steam cab -- that was kinda it.I liked the characters for the most part and I found the romantic chemistry was well presented.But the plot and pacing were not sp...
A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind
a highly entertaining read. Paranormal, vampire and steampunk are not exactly my genre but i enjoyed it. the book is strong in drama and sexual energy but weak in romance. However i imagine, in this genere, sexual tension is the equivalence of romance. Blade reminds me a little of Derek from Lisa Kl...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it 4 years ago
After her father's death, Honoria has fallen on hard times. Struggling to survive and escape the bounty on their heads, the family moves to Whitechapel district. Gone are the extravagances and each day is a struggle to survive, as Honoria starves herself in order to ensure that her younger sibling...
Escaping into My Books
Escaping into My Books rated it 4 years ago
I am so tired that I am sleeping while writing this, but I like to dot down my thoughts on book right after I finish them else it disappears from my mind. I am old now, and my brain is full of my job...which is spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations and numbers. So getting this out of the way....
Malin rated it 5 years ago
In an alternate history Victorian London with Steampunk gadgets, werewolves, a ruling nobility known as the Echelon, where the men are all enhanced with vampire blood, Miss Honoria Todd (who certainly doesn't in any way dress or appear anything like the burlesque streetwalker on the cover of the boo...
Ceridwen rated it 5 years ago
I've been reading a bunch of pulp steampunk recently -- at some point I'll have to update a bunch of same-samey titles with "brass" and "steam" and "corset" in the titles -- and this stood out as not stupid. There's a lot here that's de rigueur for the genre: plucky scientist's daughter, hat pins, D...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 5 years ago
When I decided to go with Steampunk Romance for my personal reading challenge in April 2014, I totally had no idea about the criteria of a good steampunk romance. Based on my lack of knowledge, I only knew Steampunk Romance as romance set in alternative (usually) Victorian age, combining historical ...
Atunah's Romance Haus
Atunah's Romance Haus rated it 5 years ago
I don't even know how to do a review on this one. Its very difficult to describe the feel of this world, without experiencing it for oneself. The world was exhausting, dark, depressing, scary, yet utterly fascinating. And even though things seemed hopeless for much of it all, it was Honoria and B...
Bambbles Rambles
Bambbles Rambles rated it 6 years ago
That was amazingly awesomely great! I thought the ending was rather abrupt, and some things a bit convenient, but damn was that a good book! 33% Status Update: "How have I let this book sit on my nook for so long? This book is so freakin' good and so freakin' hot. I am loving every minute of it so...
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