Review - Disenchanted & Co., Part 1: Her Ladyship's Curse

 

This book was received free of charge from Netgalley with no compensation in exchange for an honest review.

One of my recent loves is anything steam punk.  I have always had an interest in Victorian England.  Then throw in the "tech/mech" side of it and it gets even better.  Well, this wasn't just regular old steam punk, Lynn Viehl included a great story, wonderful characters and magic!

Tougher than nails Kit was not used to being pushed around.  However, she definitely got in over her head when she took the case for a member of the Ton up on the Hill.

I could clearly picture each of the characters as clear as day.  Dredmore definitely leaves you questioning as to his intentions.  I do really wished that she would have built more up about Tommy.  I am hoping that she does in the second part.  Of course I loved sassy Rina as well.

The only problem is that this book definitely makes you want more.  There are a ton of questions that are left completely unanswered, which is a good thing that she wrote another book.   Like what exactly is that pendant?  What does Elshy mean?  These are just a few questions I was left with.

Of course, I don't want to give too much away.  This book is just too good to pass up!  Yes, it leaves you with questions, but it is well worth it.

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