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A Matter of Time

A Matter of Time

by Lucy True, Jea Hawkins

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It's not easy finding love in 1892 Victorian London.

Midnight adventures, artifact hunting, and the occasional murder—it's all in a day's (or night's) work for Alice Mortensen. As an Aetheral, a supernatural race with special abilities, she is hardly an eligible marital prospect, even with her upper class social status. Not that she minds. The woman she once loved broke her heart and that, for Alice, is that.

Until said woman, one Lady Eleanora Spurlock, returns with a desperate request: find a powerful artifact to ransom in exchange for a kidnapped servant. It's one thing for Alice to risk her life. It's quite another to risk her heart for the second time.

But her perpetual curiosity about the mysterious Aetheric world is enough temptation for Alice to gamble both. Soon, both Alice and Nora are fighting off fireballs, an over-eager stepmother determined to see them marry, and each other in a race to rescue an innocent lady's maid.

Explosions, both metaphorical and literal, abound in this lesbian steampunk adventure!

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162785033
Publisher: Persephone Press
Publication date: 08/06/2020
Series: The Unlikely Adventures of Mortensen & Spurlock , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Lucy True writes quirky urban fantasy, and dystopian and paranormal romance. She writes contemporary lesbian romance as Jea Hawkins.

She is a gamer, lover of history, as well as strange and whimsical things. There should probably be an “I Brake for Cemeteries” bumper sticker on her car. A passionate genealogist, long-time cross-stitcher, and kitchen witch, she lives in a one-horse town in rural eastern Nebraska with her sometimes-better half, two witchlings, two cats, an African grey, and a very loquacious caique.

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