Kiss of Steel (London Steampunk, #1)
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 448
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
This novel does a good job world building as well as character development. The whole Victorian societal structure is still there but with radical changes that include vampires and werewolves (each creature as a result of a viral infection).This story involves Honoria Pryor aka Honoria Todd who is ...
Another book that A) makes it abundantly clear that despite my professed fondness for romance, I am not the audience for most Paranormal Romances, and B) leaves me feeling like I'm missing some crucial "girl" gene because, even though many women eat this kind of story up like a carton of ice cream, ...
McMasters is a talented writer, and it shows in this book. Honoria is a woman with serious flaws, and the author doesn't shy away from demonstrating those flaws, but they just made me like Honoria all the more. The world building is good, but I did feel that the steampunk portion of the story wasn...
Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsFrom the very first page of Kiss of Steel I was swept away by Bec McMaster’s lovely writing style; her three dimensional characters, stunning dialogues and surreal universe are so brilliantly executed that I’m giving this book a 5+ star rating.This is a story about vampires b...
For those of you who are thinking what the hell is wrong with her for even trying this book, let me tell you something. A group read is a group read. You have to show some solidarity. You have to stick to your friends no matter one. I managed to stick to my fellow buddy-readers for about 15% of the ...
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