Dawn’s Early Light by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

Agents Eliza Braun and Wellington Books of Britain’s Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences are famous for wrecking havoc while saving the day. Their ‘luck’ continues when they are sent to help end mysterious disappearances in America. Can they stop Thomas Edison from destroying San Francisco? Will they decide they belong with their American counterparts rather than each other?

This story contains mayhem, romantic miscommunication, and an entertaining steampunk world. A ‘Brouhaha’ gun with humorous settings, modified Winchester guns, and other gadgets wreck havoc. Braun and Books are opposites which draws them together but also pushes them apart. Brawling Wild Bill Wheatley entices Braun’s daring while quiet librarian Felicity Lovelace engages Book’s intellect. This Steampunk universe offers the unique twists of a perhaps unbalanced Victoria, villainous Edison, and menacing society named after a Poe story. Dawn’s Early Light offers a male and female investigative team, romance, and steampunk.

Want more books like Dawn’s Early Light?

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2 responses to “Dawn’s Early Light by Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

  1. Thank you for giving Dawn’s Early Light a read. We hope you will join us in The Diamond Conspiracy as well! :^)

  2. Pingback: The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher | Roxanne's reading corner

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