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    Thrown into a Steampunk World

    While it is certainly not my main genre, I like to dabble with a little steampunk now and then because I find its quirky mix of true science, pseudoscience, and fascination with nascent mechanical technology to be fun. I'm not really that familiar with this Elemental world that this book is supposed to be a part of. As such, it felt a little confusing to be thrown right into it at the beginning, as it is a very complex world indeed. Right away in the first scene, for instance, we learn of odd malfunctioning techno gadgets and a mysterious infestation of Kraken in the Thames! Given that it is steampunk, I let myself just go along for the ride. While the mystery element ended up being not terribly mysterious, I still enjoyed both the technical aspects that make steampunk so much fun as well as the human aspects. I definitely felt for the heroine who was breaking grounds as a medical student. She and her sister did not see eye-to-eye on this. The hero was well drawn, too. I thought they had good chemistry. In general, I found this to be a fun, steampunk read. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.
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    The Golden Spider, A Great Start to this series

    The first book in the Elemental Steampunk Chronicle series a well written story with a very good storyline that kept me turning pages. This is Lady Amanda Ravensdale she is trying to get a clockwork spider she is working on to produce artificial nerves so her brother can walk again. Sebastian Talbot the Fifth Earl of Thornton a lecturer and researcher is interested in the work she is doing. This story has suspense, drama, danger,twists, turns, a villain, and romance. I want to read the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Great read

    Great read! Different for me as I haven't read alot of steam punk, but this was well written and I will for sure be checking out more books from Anne!🥰😍🤩
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    A Perfect For Me Read

    I love romance, suspense, action, and science fiction. This book manages to tick all the boxes, and includes intelligent characters, a thrilling plot, and originality. The opening sentence was enough to grab and hold my attention, but it was the author’s magic with words, allowing the story to flow naturally, that provides effortless enjoyment. I received a complimentary copy of this book, and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.
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    Wonderful!

    A strong woman and an equally strong man. I loved how the author blended science, adventure and romance. Can't wait to read more in this series.
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