Another stellar review of RE-INVENTING LOVE

Well-respected m/m reviewer Pixie mmgoodbookreviews says:

This is a brilliant steampunk story that is fascinating from the first page… I recommend this to those who adore steampunk, gentle love stories, brilliant characters, interesting storylines and happy endings. ♥♥♥♥♥ 4 ½ Hearts. (Read the rest below.)

You know you want this one! History, science and sex… with a bit of the metaphysical tossed in for fun.
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PIXIE’S REVIEW: This is a brilliant steampunk story that is fascinating from the first page. It begins with Max’s backstory, showing us what happens to him before he flees Germany it then switches to 2 years later to Jasper being approached an then on to the convention where Max and Jasper finally meet. And then we enjoy a rousing story as we are pulled into a world where the occult meets science.

Not only do we delve into the fascinating world of inventions but we also have a dash of the occult from Jasper’s sister Octavia, it’s wonderful the way that Jasper and Max’s invention was interwoven with Octavia’s occult invention and the stunning effects that resulted.

Max and Jasper’s relationship was wonderfully written for the time of 1910; it has the old world feel to it and is an absolute delight. They connect on both an intellectual and physical level and are a perfect foil for each other, I must admit to hoping that there will be further stories with Max and Jasper because the world they come from is just fascinating.

I recommend this to those who adore steampunk, gentle love stories, brilliant characters, interesting storylines and happy endings.

Thank you, Pixie, for this wonderful review, and for everything you do to bring readers and writers together.

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About Gina Storm Grant

I'm a writer and now, a newbie upcycler. I have 12 books published under 2 pen names. I've taken a 2-year hiatus from writing while I re-purposed my life, but the more I rescue furniture destined to become landfill, the more I feel inspired to write a new book. After all, I gotta do something while waiting for the next coat of paint to dry. Stick with me while I figure out the differences between chalk, milk and mineral paints, which stripper removes shellac and sticky stuff, and whether I want to do stencils, tansfers or decoupage. Oh, and which one is the drill and which the power screwdriver.

Posted on September 8, 2016, in Bestseller!, Gina X. Grant, Re-Inventing Love, Reviews, Storm Grant, update, Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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