This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Published by Decadent Publishing
Released on January 21, 2014
I love the 1NS series and all the creative ways authors tell a romance story that begins as a one night stand through Madame Eve’s matchmaking. In this story, it’s doubly enchanting because Madame Eve provides a woman with her impossible dream.
Mina Davis is tired of being disappointed each time she puts herself out there to meet a man and have a relationship. After meeting another loser, she admits to her friend Reggie that she must have been born a century too late. She wants a swashbuckling adventure where a true gentleman fights off the pirates and sweeps her off her feet. Reggie decides to give Mina her wish as a birthday present. Mina is skeptical, but finally agrees to try.
And what follows is exactly the wish come true and she isn’t sure if it’s real or if she is dreaming when she finds herself on a steam-powered airship with a dashing captain as they fight off pirates. What follows is beyond her dreams…
This was a shorty, but it wasn’t lacking. The story had a nice build to the end and a complete finish. The descriptions of the Steampunk world were well done as was Mina’s character development. The dashing Captain Ross is a bit of an enigma, but that is necessary. Mina and the captain connect in just the short time they have right down to enjoying some sexy time in the captain’s bed.
As with many of the 1NS stories, there is an air of mystery and a somewhat open-ended finish, but yet I didn’t feel that anything was missing. This was an enjoyable quick read that I recommend to lovers of Steampunk or Time Travel Romance and well…I think pretty much any romance lover who can appreciate a short story will enjoy this one.
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