Review Tour: A Lady Never Lies by Stephanie Burkhart

Another Intriguing Sounding Steampunk Romance! I really should reading the book series…

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I’m super happy to welcome Stephanie Burkhart and her time travelers back to the blog !!! This time we’re following Richard Windsor and Jocelyn Dunkirk on their adventure~

Cover_ALadyNeverLiesCoverA Lady Never Lies by Stephanie Burkhart

(The Windsor Diaries Book 3)

Steampunk Romance

Desert Breeze Publishing

161 pages

Blurb:

Jocelyn Dunkirk is not your typical Victorian lady. She dresses in leather, wears goggles and is not afraid to get a little grease under her fingernails. Gentlemen avoid her like a dirty rivet.

Richard Windsor, the Prince of Wales, travels through time to claim Jocelyn’s heart, but if it isn’t one challenge, it’s another. He determines to be a constant, steady presence in her life, hoping to prove he’d make a worthy husband.

Jocelyn’s facing a bucket full of problems. The Prime Minister wants her to assist in ending a coal strike before it cripples the nation while her father attempts to…

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Review Tour: A Gentleman and a Rogue by Stephanie Burkhart

Haven’t read a Steampunk Romance yet, but this one has peeked my interest in the genre…

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Cover_AGentlemanandaRogueA Gentleman and a Rogue by Stephanie Burkhart

(The Windsor Diaries Book 2)

Steampunk Romance

Desert Breeze Publishing

Blurb:

Lady Keira Russell is destined to bring compressed natural gas to Britain. Her inner courage and mental toughness rarely falter – except when Prince Edmund Windsor is involved.

Edmund of Wales is from the future. His last jaunt through history muffed up the time line. Now, he’s here to set it straight and win Keira’s heart.

For Keira, if it isn’t one obstacle, it’s another. Queen Victoria has sponsored a competition to find a cleaner fuel source than coal. Keira’s father is trying to build a windmill and the Ridgecrofts are working with gasoline. Then there’s Edmund, whose sensual kisses and heated stares distract her down to her bones.

Keira has a choice: trust Edmund’s notorious mischief-making or put her faith in Queen Victoria to make the right decision, but if…

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