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Eleanor's Heart

Eleanor s Heart Dying of a rare blood disease Eleanor Franklin needs laudanum to ease the pain often driven to steal in order to buy But when she steals a ruby she has no idea that the gem will tip her into the mid

  • Title: Eleanor's Heart
  • Author: Misa Buckley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dying of a rare blood disease, Eleanor Franklin needs laudanum to ease the pain, often driven to steal in order to buy But when she steals a ruby she has no idea that the gem will tip her into the midst of a deadly species war.Saved by Jefferson Park, she discovers a man with an even darker past than her own he is one of the last true Vampires fighting to stop the erDying of a rare blood disease, Eleanor Franklin needs laudanum to ease the pain, often driven to steal in order to buy But when she steals a ruby she has no idea that the gem will tip her into the midst of a deadly species war.Saved by Jefferson Park, she discovers a man with an even darker past than her own he is one of the last true Vampires fighting to stop the eradication of his kind.But the Sanguine aren t the only problem as Eleanor finds herself falling in love with Jefferson It is a relationship she cannot commit to, as she knows her time is limited, and she will not risk breaking his heart.

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    1. For full review including excerpt and dialogue highlight, please visit Reader's Edyn at:bit/12bG9ySReview:Well, this was an interesting read to be sure. Not anything like I expected and entertaining still. I knew this was a Steampunk book to begin with, but having very little experience with said genre, I guess it could be argued that I really didn’t have any idea what to expect. I knew the genre was a mixture of historical meets contemporary with all sorts of treats thrown in and that is pret [...]

    2. Sick, cold, homeless and hungry Eleanor Franklin has all the odds against her. So when she breaks into a house to steal something of value to pawn for food she has no idea that her actions will lead to a life changing with Lord Jefferson Park. Jefferson Park is one of the last known vampires and he’s on a mission to save his race when he discovers what Eleanor’s has in her possession. This is the first time I’ve heard of much less read anything by Misa Buckley, but I promise it will not be [...]

    3. Eleanor's Heart is the first book I have read by Misa Buckley, and that is kind of strange because I am a die hard fan of vampire books! But I'm glade that Misa contacted me to review her latest book, because Eleanor's Heart is a fantastic read!Eleanor is a strong woman but with a terrible disease. She is trying to keep herself on her feet by using Laudanum. After being rescued by a beautiful strong vampire after she is attacked she finds out that she's not only have to fight against a strange p [...]

    4. Eleanor stumbles upon a priceless ruby on one of her B&E to support her need of laudanum. Little did she know that this stone was wanted both by vampires and sanguines. It can save the vampire race but can someone save Eleanor from what´s threatening her?Regency Vampires, action and some fluff (the fade to black-kind)3,5 Stars

    5. This was a very sweet romance with a highly original world of vampires and beasties. Quite steam-punkish at times with a good dose of humour. I'd recommend this genre-crossing novella to anyone who enjoys a good historical romance and likes it with a paranormal twist. I will definitely be looking for more by this author.

    6. A fast-paced steam punk novella with engaging characters and just the right amount of heat. Highly recommend.

    7. I don't normally read vampire stories, but I'm glad I made an exception. Misa does an excellent job of creating characters you can really care about. Excellent read.

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