The Tin Rose

The Tin Rose

by Anne Renwick

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Overview

A promise. A poison. A race to save a love balanced on the edge.


On the night they were to elope, a spurned lover returned. A gift, she claimed. But the clockwork contraption unwound a poisonous bloom, sending Lady Emily and Luca, her gypsy love, on a desperate race to reach the cure.


THE TIN ROSE is a story set in the Elemental Steampunk World, including The Elemental Steampunk Chronicles, Elemental Steampunk Tales, and Elemental Steampunk Stories.


Steampunk adventure wrapped around a romance and threaded with biotechnology. Join USA Today bestselling author, Anne Renwick, as she takes you back into an alternate past.


THE ELEMENTAL STEAMPUNK CHRONICLES
  • The Golden Spider (Book One)

  • The Silver Skull (Book Two)

  • The Iron Fin (Book Three)



ELEMENTAL STEAMPUNK TALES
  • A Trace of Copper

  • In Pursuit of Dragons

  • A Reflection of Shadows



ELEMENTAL STEAMPUNK STORIES
  • The Tin Rose

  • Kraken and Canals

  • Rust and Steam

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158980428
Publisher: Anne Renwick
Publication date: 11/25/2017
Series: Elemental Steampunk Stories , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 56
Sales rank: 27,442
File size: 373 KB

About the Author

Though USA TODAY bestselling author Anne Renwick holds a Ph.D. in biology and greatly enjoyed tormenting the overburdened undergraduates who were her students, fiction has always been her first love. Today, she writes steampunk romance, placing a new kind of biotech in the hands of mad scientists, proper young ladies and determined villains. Anne is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.



Anne brings an unusual perspective to steampunk. A number of years spent locked inside the bowels of a biological research facility left her permanently altered. In her steampunk world, the Victorian fascination with all things anatomical led to a number of alarming biotechnological advances. Ones that the enemies of Britain would dearly love to possess.

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