Holly’s Book Review: A Lady of Integrity by Shelley Adina

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A Lady of Integrity by Shelley Adina
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Action, adventure, underwater rescue, and evil villains, what more can you want in a book!? I LOVE this series! The story gets better with every book and each character is getting more interesting. This time Lady Clare and her crew embark on a daring rescue. They are asked to help rescue Jake out of an underwater prison before something more terrible happens to him. Will they be able to rescue him? You’ll have to read to find out. Happy reading my friends.

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Book Summary

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Book 7 in the Magnificent Devices steampunk series!

Will a daring rescue put a wedding and a future at risk?

Lady Claire Trevelyan and renowned scientist Andrew Malvern are looking forward to domestic felicity in London when they are surprised by an unexpected visitor. A desperate and fugitive Alice Chalmers seeks their help—her ship has been seized in the Duchy of Venice and worse, her navigator Jake has been thrown into the dreaded underwater prison from which no one ever escapes. Even the innocent.

Lady Claire is about to embark on her career in Munich at the Zeppelin Airship Works. The Mopsies are beginning their final year at school. Andrew Malvern begins to despair of his fiancée ever choosing a wedding gown … but when help is denied from official quarters, the close bonds of friendship and shared adventure trump all these considerations with an urgency that cannot be ignored.

But there is a brooding evil waiting for them in Venice … an evil that would just as soon put an end to the flock’s interference once and for all. With an innocent friend’s unexpected return and a pair of secret agents who would prefer that women not become involved … the situation clearly calls for the inner resources of a lady of integrity.

“An immensely fun series with some excellent anti-sexist messages, a wonderful main character (one of my favourites in the genre) and a great sense of Victorian style and language that’s both fun and beautiful to read.” —Fangs for the Fantasy: The latest in urban fantasy from a social justice perspective.

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