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Wishlist Wednesday #6 April 10, 2013

Filed under: Wishlist Wednesdays — dianatierney3 @ 11:04 pm
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her sky cowboy

From Goodreads:

Amelia Darcy has no interest in marrying well. Her heart belongs to the sky and the dirigibles of brass and steel that swoop over Victorian England. But when her father, an eccentric inventor, dies, the Darcy siblings are left with scrap metal—and not a penny to their names. Their only hope to save the family reputation and fortune is to embark on a quest to discover an invention of historical importance in honor of Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee.

Armed with only her father’s stories of a forgotten da Vinci workshop, a mechanically enhanced falcon, and an Italian cook, Amelia takes flight for Florence, Italy. But her quest is altered when her kitecycle crashes into the airship of ex-Air Marshal—and scandalous dime novel hero—Tucker Gentry.

Tuck agrees to escort Amelia to her destination, but the two are challenged by political unrest, a devious sky pirate, and their own sizzling attraction. Soon the pair is dragged into an international conspiracy that could change the course of history…again

Why I want to read this:

Lately I have been on a Firefly, wildwest kick. So I have been itching for something that fits those needs. I came across this Wishlist Wednesday book from a friend’s Goodreads update. Her review said  “This reminded me of a Victorian version of Captain Mal’s adventures in Firefly” Which makes this exactly the kind of book I need to read right now.

Interested in playing along? Put a link to  Pen and Paper , which hosts Wishlist Wednesday, on your blog and post a link to your Wishlist Wednesday to their blog. It’s really interesting to see what other people’s Wishlist Wednesday’s are!

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One Response to “Wishlist Wednesday #6”

  1. michelepluss Says:

    So what you’re saying is, this book combines steampunk, cowboys and a smart-ass main character?? Sold.


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