May 19th, 2019
Home | Log in!

On Top Shelf
LACHLANLACHLAN
Fresh Pick
Todays_Pick
IF YOU GO DOWN TO THE WOODS

Reviewer Application

New Books This Week

Latest Articles


Let your reading bloom in May

Slideshow image


Since your web browser does not support JavaScript, here is a non-JavaScript version of the image slideshow:

slideshow image
He's stuck in the Past. She shows him their future.


slideshow image
Can they succeed in 1920s Hollywood with only friendship to rely on?


slideshow image
Years ago, they were in love.


slideshow image
Life can change in the blink of an eye...


slideshow image
The stakes have never been higher


slideshow image
Start of a new series


Steamed

Steamed, February 2010
by Katie MacAlister

Signet
Featuring: Jack Fletcher; Octavia Pye
352 pages
ISBN: 0451229312
EAN: 9780451229311
Paperback
Add to Wish List


Purchase



"This author charts new territory with her foray into Steampunk romance."

Fresh Fiction Review

Steamed
Katie MacAlister

Reviewed by Vicky Gilpin
Posted January 16, 2010

Romance Historical | Fantasy Steampunk

Being the only female air corps captain on an international route can be difficult enough to do with the normal rigors of piloting while having one's mettle tested by the crew, but the discovery of two unconscious stowaways creates its own problems.

When Captain Octavia Pye learns that her "guests" believe they were thrown into her world through some sort of nanoelectrical accident, she is hard-pressed to ensure Jack Fletcher and his sister Hallie are not as crazy as they sound. Despite negotiating the eccentric character traits of her crew and three or four double- and triple-crosses within the political system, Octavia still feels a strong fondness toward Jack, which she's never felt toward her few previous liaisons.

Katie MacAlister, author of THE LAST OF THE RED-HOT VAMPIRES, is charting new territory with her foray into a new perspective on Steampunk.

Learn more about Steamed

SUMMARY

The hero of STEAMED is Jack Fletcher, a computer engineer. When one of his nanoelectromechanical system experiments explodes, the impact sends him hurtling into the world of his favorite novel - a Victorian-era world of steampower, aether guns, corsets and goggles. And a world where he meets the lovely, red-haired, airship captain Octavia Pye.


What do you think about this review?

Comments

No comments posted.

Registered users may leave comments.
Log in or register now!

 

 

 

© 2003-2019 off-the-edge.net  all rights reserved Privacy Policy

Google+ Google+