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Gaslamp Gothic #4

The Necromancer's Bride

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Forgiveness is not Gabriel D’Ange’s strong suit.

A self-appointed soldier of God with a penchant for ruthlessly punishing his enemies, he vanished after Anne Lawrence stabbed him with his own dagger.

The smart thing would be to let him go.

Unfortunately, Anne’s life isn’t just lonely without Gabriel. It’s insufferably boring.

Determined to heal the rift between them, she goes in search of her tempestuous former lover, black parasol in hand and daeva magic crackling at her fingertips. But Gabriel has his own plans afoot and Anne finds herself drawn into one of his tangled webs, much against her better judgment.

Gabriel’s nemesis has reappeared in Brussels, a vile slaver who’s plundering the Congo Free State with the blessing of King Leopold. Gabriel might be willing to give Anne a second chance, but not until Jorin Bekker’s head is lying at his feet.

Back in London, the quasi-reformed necromancer Balthazar sets his sights on the same quarry. He holds a very personal grudge against Bekker — and killing him might be the only way to keep Gabriel D’Ange from Balthazar’s own throat.

When the hunters collide at a lavish gala thrown by the king, Anne learns just how far she’ll go to save the man she loves.

Note: The Necromancer’s Bride is the sequel to A Bad Breed, which should be read first.

350 pages, ebook

First published September 6, 2019

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Kat Ross

38 books718 followers
I've always loved to read more than anything in the world, especially so-called genre stories—mysteries, fantasy, sci-fi, thrillers, horror. I like books that take you by the hand and lead you out of the mundane. That ease back the curtain and show you the wondrous and dark and unexpected lurking just around the next corner. I worked in journalism for a long time before I returned to writing fiction. Guess which is more fun?

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314 reviews187 followers
September 19, 2019
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The Necromancer’s Bride is an excellent continuation of the story begun in A Bad Breed, and as the fourth installment in the Gaslamp Gothic series! I was so excited to read more about Anne and Gabriel and the whole scheme of everything that’s going on. I still need to go back and read the first two books in the series (which you do NOT have to read to start with A Bad Breed, but you DO need to read A Bad Breed before reading The Necromancer’s Bride…yes, I know, slightly confusing). Also there’s a 5th novel coming!! It’s not on GoodReads yet but was named in the end notes for Necromancer, and it’s called The Dead Ringer.

Favorite Things
“You won’t be laughing so hard when my wife gets here,” Gabriel said.
The guards exchanged a solemn look.
“His wife,” Daan echoed in a quaking voice. “Well, now I’m truly terrified.”…
“Will she bring her rolling pin?”
“No, no, it’ll be knitting needles,” Daan put in. “She’ll poke us and tell us we’re very naughty boys.”

- This exchange. Because if they only knew…and then they are properly educated and it’s both awesome and hilarious.
- Besides the romance, which I found much more believable in this book than the last – if you read my review of A Bad Breed, due to the whole Belle and the Beast thing felt kind of forced – there was intrigue and evilness going on that was awesome and kept me reading.
- Balthazar! Can someone please give me some more of Balthazar’s story? He’s such a morally grey character and yet he seems to be an actual teddy bear inside.
- Anne continues to be a total badass, and in this book she is the BADDEST of the badasses. Gabriel, of course, and Balthazar also kickass, but they get themselves into PROBLEMS and have to be rescued by the tiny little lady. It’s awesome. YES PLEASE.
She was barefoot and painted head to toe in dried blood. With her wild auburn hair, she reminded Balthazar of the Celtic queen who had burned Londinium to ashes and whipped the Romans so badly they almost fled Britain.

Less Favorite Things

- There is still so much unexplained about the magic of this world, and the daevas and necromancers in general. Where did this come from? Why are they immortal? I need details. This might have been explained in the first books of the series, but I feel like if the later books are to be read as standalones there needs to be some kind of refresher course in them as well. I found myself a bit frustrated by the lack of info and occasionally confused.

Overall 4/5 stars, and I’m eagerly waiting for the next one!

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Profile Image for Esther Haddie's Haven.
902 reviews56 followers
September 12, 2019
Having read A Bad Breed, I was really glad to reimmerse myself into that world and those characters. The Necromancer's Bride has so many amazing twists and surprises around every corner, behind every door. It is pure geniusly written. Kat Ross knew what she was doing. I love this dark take on the Victorian setting. Its just amazing. I'm at a loss for more to say other than YOU SHOULD PICK THIS ONE UP.

*Disclaimer: I received an advance readers' copy of this book through XpressoBookTours in participation of a blog tour. This is my honest and voluntary review. All opinions are my own and remain unbiased.
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148 reviews9 followers
July 8, 2020
4 stars for the chapters with Balthasar and Lucas, 2 stars for Anne and Gabriel, which read like a teenager love and sex and being stupid story.
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2,087 reviews149 followers
September 14, 2019
3 Cranky Stars

I have come to read a few books from Kat Ross and I am never really disappointed. I enjoy the storyline. She’s descriptive. I feel like all her characters have a fleshed out back story and personality.

I do have mixed feelings about Anne in this book however. At times she seems melancholy and indecisive. Sometimes I didn’t like her at all. She made bad choices, but at the same time, that very trait was what also made her relatable. I highly recommend reading the first book in this series before starting this one. I was quite lost until I went back and read the first book.

The criticism I will give is that I feel this book starts slow. It’s not an immediate attention grabber. At times, the pacing is off and it drags a bit. The overall story is quite good though. I’ll give this book 3 out of 5 stars.
October 5, 2019
Having read A Bad Breed, I jumped at this novel that continues Anne and Gabriel's story. (Read my review of A Bad Breed here). The Necromancer's Bride picks up just where we left off at the end of ABB.

I can't say enough about the world that Kat Ross has created for this series and I couldn't wait to dive back in. While it's set in Victorian times, this series spans the globe. While ABB took us to Romania, TNB takes us south to tropical Bermuda, among many places, but still somehow manages to keep that gothic vibe. I would say this series is very well-traveled. Paris and Brussels are also on the map and even environ is crafted with care.

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Profile Image for Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten).
1,601 reviews203 followers
September 21, 2019
Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours and author Jennifer Ellision for allowing me to read this in exchange for an honest review!

Find this review and more on my blog The Rest Is Still Unwritten!

The Necromancer’s Bride is the fourth thrilling instalment in Kat Ross’s Gaslamp Gothic series and is another deftly told and poised tale of adventure, danger and romance.

Gabriel D’Ange has never been good at forgiveness. As a self-appointed solider of God, Gabriel hunts down the worst of humanity and dispenses his own brutal band of punishment. Now he has vanished after Anne Lawrence stabbed him with his own dagger. The easiest thing to do would be to forget about him, but Anne has never been one to take the easy road and unfortunately her life is so very lonely without Gabriel. Determined to heal the rift between them, Anne sets sail for Brussels where Gabriel was last seen, hoping to convince the temperamental man of her affections. Only Gabriel has his own plans in motion and Anne soon finds herself caught up in his scheme to bring down a formable enemy. Gabriel may be willing to forgive Anne but not before he completes his latest mission; Anne just hopes he doesn’t get himself killed first….

Kat Ross is one of those authors who I see has a new novel coming out and know I just have to read it. I absolutely adore the stories she creates and she never fails to capture my complete and utter attention, time and time again. The Necromancer’s Bride continues the story of Anne Lawrence and Gabriel D’Ange who we saw fall in love in the previous novel, A Bad Breed, and picks up where its predecessor left off with Anne having “betrayed” her lover and now determined to win him back.

As with all Kat Ross novels, The Necromancer’s Bride was beautifully written. Luscious and vivid, The Necromancers Bride tells a darkly gothic story that weaves a world of magic, necromancers and danger together. Readers will have a better understanding of the world having read Ross’s Fourth Element and Fourth Talisman novels as they really are the beginning of the daeva world, however it’s also possible to quite easier pick up the Gaslamp Gothic series on its own, although the history of the characters do intersect with the three series.

Aside from the beautiful writing and storytelling, Kat Ross fills her novels with layered and tangible characters. They’re all endlessly complex with personality and shaded in grey. Nothing is black and white where the characters are concerned. Anne and Gabriel are the primary protagonists of The Necromancer’s Bride—namely Anne, but Balthazar is also a large focal point in this novel too. Readers of the Fourth Element and Fourth Talisman series will know Balthazar somewhat as a villain, but with every time Kat Ross writes from his perspective, I find myself coming to adore him more and more. Like Culach before him, I foresee that he is going to become one of my favourite characters. I’m just not sure now if I want Vivienne to be paired with him or Alec…..

Darkly dangerous but fast and addictive reading, The Necromancer’s Bride was another fantastic read from Kat Ross. I can’t wait for the next novel to be released so I can once again be lost within the pages of this delectable Victorian world.
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Profile Image for Katherine Paschal.
2,133 reviews57 followers
September 14, 2019
**Review can also be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/

4.5 Stars
Keep in mind while most books in the Gaslamp Gothic series can be read as standalone (I highly recommend that you start at the beginning but it is not required!) this is actually the sequel to book 3, Bad Breed, and it needs to be read after book 3 since it is a continuous plot.

We got to meet Anne and Gabriel in the previous book which was a dark and twisty retelling of Beauty and the Beast and it did not end with any type of resolution (for me) so I have been waiting the last few months to see how it will finally play out! I will admit that I was really stressed that Anne and Gabriel would have a disastrous ending because Kat is not known for her happy stories, more the dark, scary and dangerous kind. I found this installment to be full of deadly intrigue, many types of adventuring, some awesome fight scenes and an epic love that will last for the ages.

I love that there have been multiple side characters pop up randomly throughout the series and in this story we got to see more of the elusive Balthazar and his servant/ward Lucas. The banter between the two was my absolute favorite part of the series, you could see the affection and mischief that the two had a history of. I really really hope that I get to see more of both of them, and maybe Balthazar's love life might feature a certain badass warrior lady in the future...

"If you weren’t covered in blood and cat hair, I’d stop for a stroopwafel on the way. The cafes will be opening soon.” 
Lucas brushed ineffectually at his coat. “Don’t, my lord. Not on top of Armagnac. Here, have a nice digestive.” He fished in his pocket and took out a biscuit. Blew on it to dislodge the clump of orange fur. 
Balthazar eyed it askance. “That’s kind of you. But I’ve consumed my quota of hair today already.”

I am so completely satisfied with how this ended, it wrapped up the little duology perfectly. I also saw read that the next book in the Gaslamp Gothic series will return to America with Harry, who was the first character I met in this world and I have been waiting to see her again. I was originally lured into the series with a Jack the Ripper retelling and I have stayed for all the super scary paranormal action that Kat has created. I love how the series has been building and introducing new characters for me to connect to and go on adventures with in each book and there is no doubt that I will continue reading! I recommend this series for anyone who loves paranormal mysteries with action/adventure and a hint of romance.

I reviewed a complimentary copy of this title.

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1,287 reviews25 followers
September 9, 2019
Anne Lawrence is a daeva, a magical being, who has upset and almost killed the man she loves, the necromancer Gabriel D'Ange. Anne is now on a mission to find him and repair the rift that she created. When Anne does track Gabriel down, he finds him regrouping the Order of the Rose and planning an elaborate scheme to take down, Jorin Bekker, a particularly evil necromancer. After finding one another Anne and Gabriel don't want to separate, so Anne finds herself aboard a ship to Brussels where she learns that Bekker is not an easy target to take down. Bekker can sense magic, so he will know that Anne is close by. Gabriel plans to separate Bekker at a gala with King Leopold; however, another necromancer, Balthazar has a similar plan to take out Bekker. When the two plans collide, Gabriel and Balthazar find themselves in a precarious situation that only a daeva can help them with.

The Necromancer's Bride picks up soon after A Bad Breed which should definitely be read first in order to understand just what Anne and Gabriel are as well as their complicated relationship. I was glad that Anne was able to fully use her powers in this book, from the beginning Anne worked her magic with the weather, showed her skills running, found other creatures and used her elemental power in combat. From the previous book, it was clear that Gabriel and Anne were meant to be together, but would have a difficult time admitting it to one another. I think their romance and marriage was handled perfectly, quickly, quietly and sweetly, but without any grand romantic gestures. I enjoyed watching both Gabriel and Balthazar engage in their quest to rid the world of Jorin Bekker. The point of view moved back and forth between Gabriel and Balthazar making for a quickly-paced story. Bekker's character also looped into some real atrocities Belgium's King II was committing in the 1800's, taking over the Congo and enslaving the people there. The end wrapped up in an amazing battle with Anne center stage. I love that Anne was able to use her powers to the fullest and that Gabriel kept teasing his tormentors that his wife would not be happy when she arrived. With some evil's extinguished and new alliances in the works, I'd love to see where Anne and Gabriel land next.

This book was received for free in return for and honest review.
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Author 8 books44 followers
September 14, 2019
The Necromancer's Bride is fourth in Ross' Gaslamp Gothic series. Anne Lawrence has gone in search of Gabriel D'Ange to set things right between them. With her, she brings the cross her brother Alec stole from Gabriel countless moons ago. Anne finds him in Bermuda, and just in time. Gabriel and the Order are about to leave for Brussels, to track and dispose of the dangerous Jorin Bekker.

Unbeknownst to the Order, necromancer Balthazar, and his ward Lucas infiltrate Bekker's group with the same intention to end him. Though their reasons are different, the goal remains the same. Too bad each group is bound to muck up the others' plans. When things go sideways, can they trust one another long enough to get the job done?

I loved continuing Anne's adventures! More than that, I really enjoyed Balthazar's storyline. It is mainly through him that the reader gets to see how full out creepy and malicious Bekker really is. He and Lucas have the more pressing claim to take Bekker out. Also, you get to see how morally grey Balthazar truly is. The ends really do justify the means for him. This operation turns out to give Gabriel a chance for vengeance though, against Constantin, the Order member who betrayed him.

I really liked Jean-Michel and Miguel, the two newest recruits to the Order. Their banter is priceless. They already act like brothers, which is good since they'll be together for quite a long while now. I appreciate that they, and Jacob, take to Anne, giving her a chance once Gabriel accepts her presence. Julian takes a little longer to trust her, but comes round in the end. One thing I'd hoped to see this go 'round was Gabriel teaching Anne how to shift. Shifting doesn't even come to play until the very end. Hopefully soon! Highly recommended read!!

*****Many thanks to the author and publisher for providing a copy in exchange for a fair and honest review. Reviewed for XPresso Tours.
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948 reviews82 followers
September 12, 2019
Oh, my sweet, sweet babies. Where do I begin?
Firstly, The Necromancer's Bride is a sequel to A Bad Breed, which you'll need to read first. And, trust me, it's well worth reading.
Second, I absolutely adore Gabriel and Anne. I shipped them so hard in the previous book, and I'm thrilled that they were given more and had their story continued.

**Possible spoilers below**
The Necromancer's Bride starts with Anne on a mission to track down Gabriel. She finds herself in Bermuda, making up different stories to try and get the folks she comes across to aid in her search for her beloved. Once she finds him, things get interesting.
**End possible spoilers**

Because I don't want to spoil anything else, I'll just say this: From Bermuda to Paris to Brussels, Anne and Gabriel, along with a handful of new characters who join them, plot out a course for death and destruction. Mainly of Jorin Bekker. And, boy, do things get wild.

I absolutely adored The Necromancer's Bride. Not only did it feed my desire to swoon over Gabriel and Anne, but it also made me ridiculously giddy and happy closer to the end. In fact, at the end of Part III, when Gabriel says, "She's my wife," I felt a rush of adrenaline and started internally screaming the phrase "Oh, shit," because I knew things were about to go down. And I was not disappointed.

Seriously, this book was so good, as was A Bad Breed. If you love Victorian era Gothic romance with paranormal elements, you'll want to devour these books (I still need to go back and read the first two books) as quickly as possible. I highly recommend them. The characters are all so well-written, the stories themselves are vivid in imagery, and the plot for this one sucked me right on in and kept me entertained the entire time. So good!

5 stars!
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Author 3 books41 followers
September 11, 2019
Disclaimer: I received this book in exchange for an honest review as part of the Xpresso blog tour for its release.

I wasn’t sure what to expect (as is usually the case) when I decided to read this one. Full disclosure: as part of the tour, I also had to read the previous book in the series, A Bad Breed, in order to fully understand the history between two of the main characters. Honestly, though, I think I probably could have gotten away with just reading The Necromancer’s Bride. The book does a good job of interspersing the lore and background while telling the main story, making for a pretty immersive read. And reading both inevitably made me compare the two as I read. Spoiler alert: I sort of liked the first one better.

The cast of characters was pretty entertaining throughout, though I found myself enjoying almost every other character more than the main one, Anne. Honestly, I liked her better in the previous one than I did in this one. Gabriel, on the other hand, showed a lot of growth. I really didn’t like him at all at the end of A Bad Breed but I liked how he changed after the events of that book into a more rational person, and someone who actually took responsibility for his actions.

My favorite characters, though, were Balthazar and Lucas. Their relationship and banter were the best parts of the book for me. I really didn’t expect to enjoy them as much as I did. The rest of the cast, the Order, were also really fun and their interactions with Anne were some of her best scenes.

All in all, I enjoyed this book. The lore was interesting – I’ve never read a story with necromancers in it – and the story itself was both self-contained but gave a good sense of the larger picture and what we could expect from the rest of the series.

If you’re looking for urban fantasy with a unique lore, check out this series!
Profile Image for Haley Renee The Caffeinated Reader.
700 reviews57 followers
September 12, 2019
The satisfaction I got from Anne and Gabriel’s storyline in this made me ecstatic! I was like jumping for joy while reading this. [Not really, I’m old and can’t jump anymore, but, I do a bit of a happy wriggle of sorts]

I did miss seeing Vivienne but I do understand why there was not a focus or entrance of her in this book other than in reference. It was necessary in a lot of ways and it worked out so well.

Also this may have one of the best epilogues ever, I’m just ‘forewarning’ you.

Anne is on a mission, she wants Gabriel to know her reasons for the choices she made the last time they saw each other. She knows he doesn’t forgive easily but her heart won’t forget easily either and he left his mark on it. She also acknowledges that there is something more of a ‘beast’ in her than she’d like to admit, and Gabriel is the only one she can share this information with.

While though she pursues Gabriel, he has a score to settle and not even love can deter him. This also leads to an unlikely if not temporary alliance.

What does this mean for our lovers? What becomes of them? Could it perhaps be hinted out in the title? Who knows! Find out next week on-

Okay just kidding on the find out next week, but honestly there’s so much in this novel, it’s packed with so much to enjoy.

Thanks to Xpresso Book tours and the pub/author for a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review!
Profile Image for Breen.
1,287 reviews
September 10, 2019

“The Gaslamp Gothic Series book #4 completely surprised me. The Necromancer’s Bride was nothing like what I expected and I absolutely adore it! Once again Kat wrote a marvelous story.

Anne and Gabriel story was flawless. A story packed with all the feels and fulled of twists. I simply adored how the story was developed. One thing lead to another epic moment and before you know it, you’ll be dragged by the plot until you reach the end.

The writing was perfectly developed, easy reading and unique. A book you definitely must read.”
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91 reviews7 followers
September 12, 2019
Disclaimer: Thank you to Xpresso Book Tours and Kat Ross for the review copy in exchange for a honest review.

This is the first time I read from Kat Ross and this was not disappointing. Now I am going to need the other novels in the series (Books 1 - 3) because Kat's writing and how she makes you become in the story swept me up. Although this is not a standalone I was able to follow the story well. I loved being immersed into this dark Victorian era with Anne and Gabriel. The things that happen (spoilers!!!!!) but a happy ending finds them.
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678 reviews
October 2, 2020
A good entry in the series. It had excitement, adventure, romance, chills and plenty of downright scary moments. The series is s bit unusual but I've enjoyed all the books so far and this one is no exception. The characters are interesting, complex in their motivations and even sympathetic. Well, at least the heros are. I will definitely be staying with this series and am looking forward to future books.
124 reviews
December 24, 2019
In short, I really enjoyed this story. Fast-paced, but complete.
Good descriptions of the setting without getting tedious. I love the interaction between Gabriel and Anne and the tension between them.

The genre is growing on me and I will definitely keep an eye out for future titles in this series!
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682 reviews9 followers
February 3, 2021
Out of all of the books of this series, this one was my absolute favorite. I could read about Anne, Gabriel, and their group all day long. The writing was superb, the characters so robust, and this was one of the best stories and well-written books I have read in awhile. This is a book you must read.
December 4, 2022
Necromancer's Bride

Still completely enamored with this series. I don't know why my kindle doesn't stack them as it does other series. This gaslamp gothic is fun and has me madly googling things as has the rest of the series. Loving Count Balthazar and company. Now to get back to Harry and John.
423 reviews1 follower
January 21, 2020
Any of these books can be read alone, but are much more interesting with the background of the series. Gabriel and Anne find each other again but, alas, there is still an old enemy to defeat which may mean the end for Gabriel. Balthazar ends up variously thwarting plans and helping out.
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5,386 reviews47 followers
September 16, 2020
The story continues as Anne Lawrence starts her search for necromancer Gabriel D'Ange, leader of The Order of the Rose. He intends to seek out Jorin Bekker and kill him. Meanwhile Balthazar in on the same quest.
A enjoyable paranormal romance and thriller story.
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49 reviews1 follower
September 15, 2019
As always, sad to come to the end of another gripping series. The only hope is, as before, that 1 or 2 of the characters appear in Kat's next work . . .
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284 reviews1 follower
November 19, 2019
The book was easy to read and entertaining And carried on the story of the two lovers. I didn’t find it as entertaining or interesting as the earlier ones.
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85 reviews
January 27, 2020
Hot damn

Okay, it's my day off, and I was supposed to do laundry, go grocery shopping, and shampoo some stinky dogs. Instead, I've been reading this woman's books ALL DAY. Seriously, it's 5:00 now, and I have to get up and make supper, but how can I when there's another book waiting ?!? Oh, yeah, the hubby's peeking around the corner wondering if he should make a sandwich! Sigh.
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987 reviews44 followers
September 9, 2019
The story starts right where The Bed Bread left off. You are right in the middle of the story - I love the book that start that way. :)

Even after the way, it ended between Anne and Gabriel, she still loves him and goes after him with the cross that her brother stole from him many years ago. She still has hope for them. When she finally finds him, she joins him on amazing adventure, full of twist, and turns and folklore and amazingness. :)

I love the writing style, it's very unique and gives you a strong mystical vibe. Also, I like the time setting. I haven't read many books set in that time, but I enjoyed reading it and all the paranormal stuff, the mythology, the folklore, the creatures, it all feels more magical and real in 19th-century setting, without modern technology.

received from Xpresso Book Tours
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888 reviews31 followers
September 10, 2019
This book was received from the Author, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own

The Necromancer's Bride.
Gaslamps Gothic Series, is a Victorian-era paranormal fantasy series 
This book was received from the Author, in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own 
The Author Kat Ross’s Victorian-era paranormal fantasy series The Necromancer’s Bride is the sequel to A Bad Breed, And takes off just as A Bad Breed Ended. 
Anne Lawrence is a daeva, who has the ability to use elemental magic. 
The man She is in love with was almost killed by her hand. Will he able to forgive Anne? Gabriel is a Necromancer A self-appointed soldier of God with a penchant for ruthlessly punishing his enemies. Anne goes against her better judgment and is drawn into a Gabriel vengeful web. 
The Necromancer's Bride, catapultes you into a dark Victorian era. The authors writing flows, and the characters are well developed along with notable sub characters. The book is a creative blend of turn of the century Victorian with a lot of fantasy_magical realism. 
Kat Ross delivers such a wickedly delightful, gripping and immersive tale that totally sucked me right into this hauntingly dark gothic suspense novel. Once I started reading this one it was hard not to get totally wrapped up in Jane’s fascinating, snarky, obsessive and audacious character. Making it quite the deliciously fun, compelling and an all consuming page-turner. 
Imaginative and captivating the ending was perfect and sets up for a continuation this amazing series. 
Highly recommend this book and it’s series to anyone who enjoys a great storyline and incredible writing 
I am definitely looking forward to the next installment in this series., Kat Ross has become an auto-buy for me!
Gaslamps Gothic Series, is a Victorian-era paranormal fantasy series 
by author Kat Ross. 

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