Fandom Quote Friday: Speak Easy, Speak Love

In the other bed his roommate snored like a cavalry crossing a bridge. ~ Bennidict of his roommate's snoring A porter's furious curse brought attention back. "Jesus, Mary..." the young man muttered, then glanced at her with a blush. "Begging your pardon miss. It's just, what you got in this thing? A dead body?" "Parts…

Speak Easy, Speak Love by Mckelle George

At the height of the Roaring '20s, six recent grads are about to have the summer of their young lives. Parties, Jazz, Prohibition, Gangsters, and unconventional young women abound in this retelling of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, set in what else: a Speakeasy. Beatrice and Benedict, Hero and Calude, Margaret and John, and of…

The Case for Jamie by Brittany Cavallaro

In the third installment in the Charlotte Holmes series, Jamie has gone back to Sherringford and settled into a routine. Classes, Rugby, applying for King's College London, and a girlfriend. He hasn't seen Holmes in a year, since that fateful day on lawn of her family's estate. Charlotte is in the wind, alone for the…

Everland by Wendy Spinale

I received this book as part of Owlcrate's Steampunk box back in May 2016. While I loved the items I got, I never got around to reading the book. In this retelling of Peter Pan, war and a viral outbreak have devastated London. Gwen Darling is trying to protect her younger siblings, but when her…

The Last of August by Brittany Cavallaro

In this sequel to A Study in Charlotte Jamie is visiting Charlotte's family in England over the Christmas holidays when her uncle Leander goes missing. The two set off on a quest to find Leander that will take them to Germany and the Czech Republic. Along the way August Moriarty gets involved. In the end…