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The Girl and the Clockwork Conspiracy

(Clockwork Enterprises #2)

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Maeko hasn't been long away from the gritty London streets and she's already learning that her new "civilized" life comes with its own challenges. She has to dress proper, eat proper and be a proper lady. She can't even talk to a boy without a chaperone. She's got proper coming out of her ears. If not for her feline companion Macak, she might go mad.

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Published September 14th 2015 by Elysium Books (first published September 12th 2015)
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Cynthia A
Jun 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
Maeko, will she win?

This is the second book in the series and I can't leave the story hanging. I must buy the next book.
In the first book Maeko was a runaway at age 7 because she thought her mother didn't want her. She met Chaff and he trained her how to survive on the streets. She solves a murder and is taken in by the owner of Clockwork Enterprises and gets involved in a conspiracy that puts her in constant danger.
The second book continues on with her finding more trouble. Maeko has almost b
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Maeko is recuperating from her injuries as a ward of Lucien Folesworth. She saved his life and now he feels compelled to save her from a life on the streets, but high society and propriety isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Maeko would rather live in poverty on the streets than have to conform to life following all the ridiculous rules as a woman in the ruling wealthy class. Will Maeko stay with Lucien or will something else tear them apart?

I have never read a steampunk series quite like The Clock
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Nikki started writing her first novel at the age of 12, which she still has tucked in a briefcase in her home office, waiting for the right moment. Despite a successful short story publication with Cricket Magazine in 2007, she continued to treat her writing addiction as a hobby until a drop in the economy presented her with an abundance of free time that she used to focus on making it her career. ...more

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