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Fiona by Linda Andrews (chapter Two)

Chapter 2 — Ha! Milton glided between the three men. See how he places himself between your person and those cads? Not that flesh would stop anything at this range. Ghostly hands measured the distance between the pistol and her … Continue reading

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Review: Heartless by Gail Carringer

Now eight months pregnant, Alexia Tarbotti, Lady Maccon, is still protecting Queen and country with her fancy, yet practical parasol. You see a mad ghost was inconsiderate enough to pop up in her house and relay a death threat against … Continue reading

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Review: Blameless by Gail Carriger

Blameless (The Parasol Protectorate)Blameless Lady Maccon, the former Alexia Tarbotti, is in big trouble. Queen Victoria has dismissed her from the Shadow Council and she’s left her husband’s house to reside with her parent’s and step siblings. Worse. She’s pregnant. … Continue reading

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Fiona Gray speaks out

Do you believe in ghosts? I don’t think I was ever given the option. My names is Fiona Grey and my constant companion is my late fiancé, Milton Davis. While it’s nice never to be alone, it’s hard to never … Continue reading

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