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The Revolutionary

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Sequel to The Outlaw

After months of hiding out in the badlands, ex-Bringer Damian Junter has returned to Terra Noir to plot war with the East. The tide of public opinion is shifting against the corrupt Statesman Paulin, the man who accused Damian’s lover, Kell, of a murder he did not commit. With Kell as their leader, the Outlanders make the only move they can: revolution....more
ebook, 70 pages
Published January 11th 2012 by Dreamspinner Press (first published January 10th 2012)
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I loved the Western steampunk world in novella one of this series and think this setting is the best part of these two novellas. The plot involving a corrupt government official and his quest to wage war on the West and Damian and Kell has good resolution that was missing from novella one. I liked that the steampunk war machines play huge roles here and the sci-fi fan in me was totally geeking out about them. Kell and Damian’s romance continues to be erotic but...more
Pamela Craft Jenewein
I read and enjoyed the previous book, The Outlaw, so The Revolutionary was not a disappointment either. Well developed and captivating characters. The heavy sci-fi, steampunk, weird west theme enticing and exactly what I was looking for. The fast paced action and suspense was riveting, while war commences between commoners and aristocracy. The steam powered beasts were awesome! Then the romantic unions between Damian and Kell stimulating and delicious. Highly recommended read…
Ayanna
pm the same as bk 1. I liked how the whole intrigue part was incorporated in and such. The battle wasn't completely anticlimactic, which is also a great plus.
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