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Wear Black

4.50  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Death did not end his service to the British Empire

Beneath Windsor Castle, a shadow network of immortals keeps the British Empire safe. Army captain Lucas Fitzrobbins becomes one of them when the cure for his mortal wound turns out to be a vampirism potion. He is abruptly inducted into the secret St. George Protector Society…and it’s not long before the Society’s newest re
Published March 28th 2013 by Coffee on Sundays Press (first published March 27th 2013)
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May 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Ms. Flynn and Ms. Hiestand have woven an interesting tale of intrigue, very James Bondish in a Steam Punk sort of way. This is my second steam punk book. I found it much more intriguing than the first, written by another author. The descriptions and visual images the writing drew forth from my imagination along with the development of these new characters gave this first installment in St. George Protector Society a great beginning.
I love how these authors have worked together to weave a fantas
Kirsten Lenius
May 06, 2013 rated it really liked it
Wear Black is a different sort of Vampire story that is heavily grounded in Steampunk technology.

Lucas Fitzrobbins attempts to aid a woman who is under attack and wakes up dead. As he tries to adjust to his new life, he begins to understand a few things more clearly, including who ordered his death and who may have posession of the German's precious crown.
Jul 26, 2013 rated it liked it
Wear Black is a vampire tale based in the late 1800's. This is a very interesting tale about Lucas Fitzrobbins as he adjust to his new life as a vampire in the St. George Society. A whole new world is opened up to him and he must figure out how to adjust without going insane or being targeted by the An Tighearn. Lucas find himself in the middle of a stolen crown issue and a killer on the lose. Lucas finds himself both questioning the society and falling for his enemy Nellie Clifton. Will he find ...more
Becky Willing
May 29, 2013 rated it it was amazing
WOW, fantastic new light on vampires, I'll definitely take a different look at Oolong tea, the way they were described was more human like then some of the other books I have read. Worth reading more than once, never know what you might have missed by reading too fast. Worth absorbing the speed of change. Glad to have had the chance to read, will pass this to friends who love this type of genre.
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Eilis Flynn has spent a large share of her life working on Wall Street or in a Wall Street-related firm, so why should she write fiction that's any less based in our world? She spends her days aware that there is a reality beyond what we can see - and tells stories about it for Cerridwen Press. Published in other genres, she lives in verdant Washington state with her equally fantastical husband an ...more

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