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The Blue Lotus Society

(Guardians of the Time Stream #1)

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A traveling exhibit of Egyptian artifacts is threatened by thieves. Pinkerton agents, including Ess Fremont, are providing protection. A midnight vigil brings Ess face-to-face with the reason behind the thefts -- and the two groups seeking what is hidden within the artifacts.

Encountering her missing grandparents' allies, Ess can reclaim her heritage, but hesitates. They a
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Kindle Edition, 281 pages
Published September 30th 2016 by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc.
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Vicki
Nov 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ebook-mystery
When you have Egypt, thieves, Pinkerton agents and secrets all in one book, it is a winner. It was a fun lively and adventurous read. I enjoyed the Characters immensely and really thought the writing was well done. Ess was a smart and cautious woman that had to think on her feet and make decisions on who to trust.

I enjoyed the fast paced storyline.
C.O. Bonham
Jan 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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One of the things I like clarify in my reviews is reading order.

While The Blue Lotus Society is book number one, there is a Prequel book titled Odessa Fremont. I highly recommend starting with the prequel. It adds loads of development to Ess's character and is great fun in it's own right.

That said, The Blue Lotus Society by: Michelle L. Levigne is a steampunk adventure taking place in an alternate America. History is a little different than the one we learned in school, Lincoln didn't die and Ai
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P Dreadful
Dec 10, 2016 rated it did not like it
Free copy received from StoryCartel in return for an honest review

The Blue Lotus Society follows the adventures of Odessa (a.k.a Ess), an intelligent and feisty woman, who works for an agency known as Pinkerton. The book started off well- a woman who defies the conventions of the society. But the plot went haywire after about 30%. Everything seemed too easy for Ess; for instance, even when she was kidnapped, she was treated like a royal. Every other character kept noting how beautiful, talent
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Regina
Dec 06, 2016 rated it liked it
Steampunk with a touch of religion. Overall a likable story of a young woman working as a Pinkerton agent protecting touring Egyptian artifacts only to become involved with a secret society that her missing family was involved in. Nice build up for a series tho it felt completely rushed in the end which brought down my rating. I'll definitely keep an eye out for the next book.
Carol
Nov 20, 2016 rated it really liked it
The Blue Lotus Society is full of adventure and great characters. There are villains and Pinkerton agents and a girl who had to learn to take care of herself when her family goes missing. I enjoyed this book and will be looking forward to reading more in the series.
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