Romancing the Werewolf: A Supernatural Society Novella

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Product Details

Price
$11.99
Publisher
Gail Carriger LLC
Publish Date
Pages
192
Dimensions
5.0 X 7.99 X 0.44 inches | 0.47 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781944751111

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About the Author

G. L. Carriger is the pen name of Gail Carriger when writing sexy stuff, like the San Andreas Shifter series. When being slightly sweeter (but no more serious) her books include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, and Supernatural Society series for adults, and the Finishing School series for young adults. She is published in many languages and has over a dozen NYT bestsellers.
Gail Carriger writes comedies of manners mixed with paranormal romance (and the sexy San Andreas Shifter series as G L Carriger). Her books include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, and Supernatural Society series for adults, and the Finishing School series for young adults. She is published in many languages and has over a dozen NYT bestsellers. She was once an archaeologist and is fond of shoes, octopuses, and tea.

Reviews

"This intoxicatingly witty parody will appeal to a wide cross-section of romance, fantasy and steampunk fans."

Publishers Weekly, starred review (Soulless)

"Blending steampunk and urban fantasy in a colorful alternate Victorian England, Carriger presents a grand cast of characters on a harrowing adventure that stretches from England to India."

Booklist, April 2015 (Prudence)

"Behind the delightful whimsy and snarky observations, there is a great deal of heart and soul..."

RT Book Reviews (Prudence)

"A character-driven romp with great world-building and delicious rapier wit that recalls Austen and P.G. Wodehouse."

io9.com (Soulless)

"This genre-bender will introduce fans of Ally Carter's Gallagher Girls and Jennifer Lynn Barnes' The Squad to a world of mechanical maids and flying machines while bringing a spy-school romp to readers of the weightier worlds of Cassandra Clare and Scott Westerfield."

Kirkus, starred review (Etiquette & Espionage)