If you like Steampunk , adventure, and romance with some time travel, then read A Gentleman and a Rogue by Stephanie Burkhart. I’ve read many steampunk romances and I have to say that Burkhart got it right! This is the second book in The Windsor Diaries. Although I didn’t read the first one yet, I am very tempted to go back and read it because I want to know about this all got started. I can say that although I read it out of sequence, I enjoyed it and it was very well written. Burkhart did her research to make sure that the time fit the writing historically. I loved the adventure and how perfectly the romance just fit into the story itself. The love between Edmund and Keira cannot be denied. So if you want adventure, romance and time travel, be ready to sit and enjoy A Gentleman and a Rogue!
Review: A Gentleman and a Rogue by Stephanie Burkhart
Title: A Gentleman and a Rogue
Author: Stephanie Burkhart
Publisher: Desert Breeze
Genre: Steampunk Romance
Avail: PDF Ebook 159 pages
Royals Edmund and Alice Windsor return to 2011 only to discover their world is now powered by gasoline and electricity – not compressed natural gas. Their attempts to persuade their grandmother, Queen Anne II, falls on deaf ears. Taking matters into their own hands, they enlist Jonas Byron’s help and travel back to 1855 to set the time line right.
Now in Lincoln, Edmund is reunited with Lady Keira Russell, the love of his life, but if it isn’t one obstacle, it’s another. Keira does not want to fall in love with him again. Jonas Byron has taken up with Keira’s father to build a windmill, and Edmund’s brother, Richard, the Guardian of the Time Machine, has followed Edmund to ensure Queen Victoria makes the right decision when choosing the fuel of the future. Edmund has a choice – make mischief to ensure time marches to the beat of the right drummer, or trust in Keira and her belief that Queen Victoria will make the right decision on her own. Will Edmund lost Keira for good if he makes the wrong choice?
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