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Scarlett R. Algee
When not writing, or passing out leaflets extolling the glory of Cthulhu, our Dread Lord and Savior, Scarlett R. Algee makes steampunk jewelry at her Etsy shop, Copperwalk Designs. A writer, bibliovore and amateur historian by trade, she lives in the wilds of Tennessee with a Hound of Tindalos... show more
When not writing, or passing out leaflets extolling the glory of Cthulhu, our Dread Lord and Savior, Scarlett R. Algee makes steampunk jewelry at her Etsy shop, Copperwalk Designs. A writer, bibliovore and amateur historian by trade, she lives in the wilds of Tennessee with a Hound of Tindalos cleverly disguised as a beagle. She discovered steampunk, H. P. Lovecraft, and Lovecraftian steampunk in a previous incarnation as a
librarian, and hasn’t looked back since. Her work has been published in Cthulhu Haiku I & II, Morpheus Tales, and Sanitarium Magazine, for which she is currently a submissions reader and chapbook editor.
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Romance Book Reviews For You
Romance Book Reviews For You rated it 3 years ago
'TO CROWN A BEAST' by R. Scarlett is book Four in the "Blackest Gold" series. This continues the story of Tensley and Molly. I really do feel you need to read the other books in this series to full enjoy this story. 'To Crown A Beast' picks up right were the other book 'Vow of Thorns' left off. Moll...
Romance Book Reviews For You
Romance Book Reviews For You rated it 3 years ago
' A Vow of Thorns' by R. Scarlett is book Three in the 'Blackest Gold' series. This continues the story of Tensely and Molly. I do feel strongly that you have to have read the other books to fully enjoy this one. There is also another cliffhanger that leads into the next book in this series. In this...
BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 3 years ago
Molly was turning nineteen and that was suppose to mean ultimate freedom. But molly felt anything but free. Molly called September and said she was going to Stella’s for the birthday party Stella was having for her. She wouldn’t stay late as she had to work at the museum the next day. Fifteen years ...
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics rated it 3 years ago
Crystal's 3 Star Review This series needs to be read in order. I had problems connecting to the characters, even though Molly has definitely grown since the first book. The writing is good, like I said, I just couldn't connect and I couldn't get into it.
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics
Dreams and Screams Bookaholics rated it 3 years ago
Crystal's 3 Star Review I just couldn’t get behind the whole premise of the story. Too much going on and not enough time for the author to clarify. I know that there is more in this series, but it was too much in one book. I liked it, but wasn’t wowed or anything. This is Molly and Tensley’s story....
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