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L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future Volume 32 Edited by Dave Wolverton

Reviewing an anthology is a difficult task, and I’ll admit I dragged my feet on this one. I read it back in July of last year, but in some ways, this adds a weight to my comments based on which … Continue reading

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The Governess Affair by Courtney Milan

This novella contains all that is good about historical romance. While many focus on the upper class and nobility, The Governess Affair stars a coal miner’s son turned pugilist who is using a frivolous duke’s penchant to gamble as a … Continue reading

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Price of Passion by Susan Napier

I rarely re-read books because there are so many out there, but the right time, place, and mood had me queue up Price of Passion for a second time. I knew I’d read it before, and remembered a bunch of … Continue reading

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The Tremblers by Raquel Byrnes

This is an alternate history steampunk story where steam tech, specifically from the hands of Nicola Tesla, is misused and manages to literally shake the world apart. The Tremblers is set after the initial disaster, but the consequences are permanent … Continue reading

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Siren Circle: A Boston Technowitch Novel by Erin M. Hartshorn

Siren Circle is a fitting successor to Ghost Garages in that it hits many of the same notes while providing a completely different story. I enjoy the blend of real life and magic, with consequences flowing in both directions, this … Continue reading

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