My Lady Quicksilver
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 2013
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 425
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Historical Romance
Series: London Steampunk (#3)
This is book 3 in an ongoing series. While it can be read as a stand alone, the world building and the overarching story line will make a lot more sense if you start at the beginning, with Kiss of Steel. Sir Jasper Lynch is the head of the Nighthawks, basically the mostly nocturnal police force o...
I am really impressed with this alternative world Bec McMaster has created. I do not mind the plot holes so much. My rating has a lot to do with characterization. While the story is indeed enthralling, I cannot like the heroine, Rosalind. That, comes as no surprise to me. The hero Jasper Lynch is pe...
A couple of days after I finished and I wonder if I can write a more coherent review (compared to my original review that only screams that I LOVE THIS).One thing for sure, I rated Heart of Iron with 5* because I loved the hero, I loved the heroine, and I loved the additional player that made the ar...
I am a sucker for a hero/villain romance. I didn't realize it til this book, but something about it just turns my engines in the right way. My Lady Quicksilver is a great example of a opposites attract story. I'm actually going to do my SCORE even more out of order then usual. I'll stick the over...
I always enjoy it when it the hero who falls buttass in love with the heroine. Usually it's the heroine with the stronger feelings and the heroes being all manly and detached. It was the complete opposite with Jasper. He was a smoosh when it came to Rosalind and I found it so endearing. I also loved...