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When she decided it was time to get a job she didn’t know it was going to be like this. Oh, the work is fine, it’s that Findley can’t, well, control her dark side. You know that part of you that faces it’s fears and doesn’t allow the lord of the manor to make his unwanted advances. Now she’ll be out on the street without a reference.
Griffin is shocked at he didn’t see that girl before he hit her with his cycle but maybe it was because she was moving so fast… Almost inhumanly fast. His friend, Sam, suggests they take her somewhere – they have a lot to hide and can’t chance an infiltrator. Grif knows that there is a reason he ran into her – is there something he’s missing? Hopefully she doesn’t know anything about the autobots that recently almost killed he and Sam.
I just couldn’t put it down! Steam punk is pretty hit or miss with me. I either love it or I can’t get into it. My very dear friends Bev and Christine suggested I try this one and I just couldn’t stop reading. It’s been such a long time since I craved a book like I did this one. I found myself racing home and reading while waiting in lines.
Way back I entered into a steampunk challenge and since then I’ve been floundering. Nothing seemed like a good fit. I kept trying books that seemed to be steampunk but I either couldn’t finish them or they turned out to be not really in that genre.
Thank you so very much for turning me on to a book I didn’t realize that I was desperately craving!
|Publisher:||Harlequin Teen||Publish Date:||May 24th 2011|
|Others in the series:||The Strange Case of Finley Jayne, .5|
The Girl in the Steel Corset, 1
The Girl in the Clockwork Collar, 2
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