The Novelty Maker
Publisher: Less Than Three Press LLC
, Science Fiction
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, Fan Fiction
, Slash Fiction
This one was adorable. I actually felt the spark between the characters, which was nice, since I usually have a problem with the relationships in Miller's books. The plot worked, too.Most importantly, though, I felt like there was an actual relationship developing between the characters.
3.5 stars, rounded up for being freeI loved the setting of this story. Very steampunk, in the most delightful way. Harlowe's creations, as well as those of Bingley his boss, were vividly described, and very easy to picture. Cole and Harlowe were both enjoyable characters, and it was heart-warming...
An adorable read :)Harlowe was just too cute... (not too in a bad way, I just kept wanting to cuddle him)Also, Cole's friendship with Harlowe was priceless, feelings or not, he certainly knows how to treat someone! He's a keeper.If I had one niggle, it would be that Cole mentioned duties and such, b...
A lovely short story. Cole and Harlowe were adorable together. I liked Cole's resilience in pursuing Harlowe even when he was scared of rejection and in face of Harlowe's uncooperative behavior to his efforts.
This is one of the stories that was written for the Sandy relief auction.Cole, a wealthy noble is crushing on Harlow, Harlow is a prickly, grumpy novelty box maker.He wears a mask since he has scarring on his face and lost the sight in one eye, which explains his less than open and friendly demeanor...