Steam Me Up, Rawley

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Steam Me Up, Rawley

Jack the Ripper might be in town. But is marriage more terrifying?

In an alternate Deep South in 1890, society reporter Adele de la Pointe wants to make her own way in the world, despite her family’s pressure to become a society wife. Hoping to ruin herself as a matrimonial prospect, she seizes the opportunity to cover the recent Jack the Ripper-style murders for the newspaper, but her father’s dashing new intern suggests a more terrifying headline—marriage.

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Jack the Ripper might be in town. But is marriage more terrifying?

In an alternate Deep South in 1890, society reporter Adele de la Pointe wants to make her own way in the world, despite her family’s pressure to become a society wife. Hoping to ruin herself as a matrimonial prospect, she seizes the opportunity to cover the recent Jack the Ripper-style murders for the newspaper, but her father’s dashing new intern suggests a more terrifying headline—marriage.

Dr. Phillip Rawley’s most daring exploit has been arriving at his new home in America in a hot air balloon. A tolerable sacrifice, if it means he can secure the hand of his new employer’s daughter in a marriage of convenience. But Adele works, she’s spirited, and she has an armored pet monkey running her errands. Not only does she not match his notions of a proper lady, she stirs up feelings he’d rather keep in tight control.

With Adele hunting down a headline and Dr. Rawley trying to protect and pursue her, a serial killer is spreading panic throughout Mobile, Alabama. Can Adele and Rawley find the murderer, face their fears, and discover true love?

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PRE-PUBLICATION AWARDS

  • Finalist1st Place in the Paranormal category, 2014 Georgia RWA Maggie contest
  • Finaled in the New Adult category, 2014 FF&P’s On the Far Side contest
  • Finaled in the paranormal category, 2014 Virginia’s Fool for Love contest
  • Finaled in the paranormal category, 2012 Golden Pen contest

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Title: Steam Me Up, Rawley
Author: Angela Quarles
Length: 294 pages
Pub Date: January 14, 2015
Trade paperback spec: 5.5” x 8.5” 294 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0-9905400-4-5
Price: $14.99
Ebook formats: pdf, epub, mobi
ISBN-13: 978-0-9905400-3-8
Price: $3.99
BISAC Codes: FIC028060, FIC009030, FIC009080,
FIC027170, FIC027240, FIC027250, FIC040000
Genre: Steampunk Romance, New Adult
Shelving: Romance / Science Fiction / Steampunk
Readers: Historical romance readers, fans of steampunk literature, fans of Jack the Ripper
Story Themes: Finding love, finding yourself

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

angelaquarles_150ROUNDAngela Quarles is a geek girl romance writer whose works includes Must Love Breeches, a time travel romance, and Beer & Groping in Las Vegas, a geek romantic comedy in novelette form. She has a B.A. in Anthropology and International Studies with a minor in German from Emory University, and a Masters in Heritage Preservation from Georgia State University. She currently resides in a historic house in the beautiful and quirky town of Mobile, AL. See Full Bio

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