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Here There Be Monsters (Iron Seas Series Novella)
     

Here There Be Monsters (Iron Seas Series Novella)

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by Meljean Brook
 
The exhilarating introduction to New York Times bestselling author Meljean Brook’s gritty and seductive novels of the Iron Seas.

Desperate to leave London, two years ago Ivy Blacksmith secured her overseas passage by striking a provocative bargain with the domineering pirate Mad Machen. Saved from his bed at the last moment, Ivy fled the

Overview

The exhilarating introduction to New York Times bestselling author Meljean Brook’s gritty and seductive novels of the Iron Seas.

Desperate to leave London, two years ago Ivy Blacksmith secured her overseas passage by striking a provocative bargain with the domineering pirate Mad Machen. Saved from his bed at the last moment, Ivy fled the city, but Mad Machen vowed to come after her…

Eking out a living in the little town of Fool’s Cove, Ivy never expected that her impetuous offer would continue to haunt her. But the beautiful blacksmith owes Mad Machen the price of a voyage, and the pirate captain is determined to collect. 

Includes a preview of Meljean Brook’s The Kraken King.
 
“Here There Be Monsters” previously appeared in Burning Up.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101617892
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/01/2013
Series:
Iron Seas Series
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
147
Sales rank:
201,724
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Meljean Brook lives in Oregon with her family. She is the author of Riveted, Heart of Steel, The Iron Duke, Demon Blood, Demon Forged, Demon Bound, Demon Night, Demon Moon, Wild Thing, and Demon Angel.

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Here There Be Monsters 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
~Reviewed by SUZANNE & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog A terrifying experience has Ivy Blacksmith desperate to leave England. But with only the clothes on her back and her skills as a blacksmith she has nothing much to offer. Mad Machen cannot believe Ivy Blacksmith, the woman he had been planning to court has come to him for help…offering him the only thing she has; herself, her virginity, but before he can reassure her he was not a beast planning on raping her, she disappears. Two years later, he finally manages to track her down…. Another novella in the Iron Seas series by Meljean Brooks. I love all the novellas that seem to accompany this series, either expanding on secondary characters lives or diving back into the couples and main characters we know. It all comes together to enrich the world that Brook has created.  It also gives us another fantastic novella, with a sweet and saucy romance that kept a smile on my face. This was set before The Iron Duke and would be easy to read as a standalone, so even if you aren’t looking to start a new series, this is a great one to get a romance fix. Of course, it will leave you wanting more, so it may be the start of a new series after all! A great read, which gets me excited to read my next Meljean Brook novel. *ARC provided by publisher
feather_lashes More than 1 year ago
Here There Be Monsters is a companion novella (#0.5) that introduces readers to Meljean Brook's Iron Seas series. It's super sexy and contains all the amazing elements steampunk has to offer. The characters are great: fragile but extremely intelligent women, people with functioning mechanical limbs, ruthless pirates...there's a man-made kraken and a romance that blew my socks off. I may just keep a particular kiss scene bookmarked for life. If you have any interest in this series, then make sure to include this little story. Approximately 100 pages or 3 hours via audio, it's an easy read. Enjoy! My favorite quote: "Families aren't always blood. You make your own."
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Horrible
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The samle is only a list of books and copyright info,