Wolves and Daggers: A Red Riding Hood Retelling (The Red Cape Society, #1)

Wolves and Daggers: A Red Riding Hood Retelling (The Red Cape Society, #1)

by Melanie Karsak
Wolves and Daggers: A Red Riding Hood Retelling (The Red Cape Society, #1)

Wolves and Daggers: A Red Riding Hood Retelling (The Red Cape Society, #1)

by Melanie Karsak

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Overview

Who's afraid of the big, bad werewolf?

 

On the fog-shrouded cobblestone streets of gaslamp London, Agent Clemeny Louvel is the most feared werewolf hunter. Every supernatural creature in Her Majesty's realm knows the Red Cape Society's relentless operative dubbed "Little Red." When the city's most illustrious alchemists mysteriously disappear, Clemeny is assigned to the case.

 

To help her get the problem in hand, Queen Victoria appoints Clemeny a temporary partner, Sir Richard Lionheart, a werewolf with a knightly history and a tendency to be far too flirtatious for either of their good.

 

Can Clemeny trust him to help her chase down the monsters they're hunting?

 

Wolves and Daggers is a retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale set in Victorian England with a dark academia, gothic, and steampunk aesthetic.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940167207165
Publisher: Melanie Karsak
Publication date: 04/20/2018
Series: The Red Cape Society
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 1,019
File size: 698 KB

About the Author

Melanie Karsak is the author of the bestselling series The Airship Racing Chronicles, The Harvesting Series, The Celtic Blood Series, and numerous other works. She grew up in rural northwestern Pennsylvania and earned a Master's degree in English from Gannon University. A steampunk connoisseur, Shakespeare nerd, white elephant collector, and zombie whisperer, the author currently lives in Florida with her husband and two children. She is an Instructor of English at Eastern Florida State College.

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