Read Heart of Steel (Iron Seas, #2) Online Free - The Iron Duke introduced the gritty, alluring adventure of the Iron Seas, where nanotech fuses with Victorian sensibilities—and steam.
As the mercenary captain of Lady Corsair, Yasmeen has learned to keep her heart as cold as steel, her only loyalty bound to her ship and her crew. So when a man who once tried to seize her airship returns from the dead, Yasmeen will be damned if she gives him another opportunity to take control.
Treasure hunter Archimedes Fox isn't interested in Lady Corsair—he wants her coldhearted captain and the valuable da Vinci sketch she stole from him. To reclaim it, Archimedes is determined to seduce the stubborn woman who once tossed him to a ravenous pack of zombies, but she's no easy conquest.
When da Vinci's sketch attracts a dangerous amount of attention, Yasmeen and Archimedes journey to Horde-occupied Morocco—and straight into their enemy's hands. But as they fight to save themselves and a city on the brink of rebellion, the greatest peril Yasmeen faces is from the man who seeks to melt her icy heart.
|Title||:||Heart of Steel (Iron Seas, #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||311 pages|
November 08, 2017
In many ways, I really liked this. It's a re-imagined England/Europe with steampunk elements and zombies. There was action, it was plot and world-building focused with romantic elements. The romance was important, but it didn't take over the story and was a slow burn. I really liked Archimedes an...
October 29, 2011
I’m not going to comment on the plot of this book because to be honest, I didn’t understand a word of it. That’s probably more about me and how I read than it is about the writing, and I hope to reread it at some point and get more out of it. Even as confused as I was, I enjoyed it a lot.
April 14, 2012
My tale begins when Heart of Steel was purchased and shipped to me by the glorious, RADIANT Elizabeth
I liked the Iron Duke - but there were some things holding it back from worshipping the ever-loving shit out of it.
Have you ever just known that if you were to meet a particular woman then you wou...
November 29, 2011
This seriously wins terrible cover of the year. I am so confused about this shirtless guy who looks like he'd be mopping in a fast food restaurant and he's holding a machete. So weird.
The BOOK however is really nice. Again, I love the lore of this steampunk world, it's the most interesting I've s...
September 07, 2012
“And what will you do if I fall in love with you, instead?”
He grinned. “Then God help us both.”
Aaand of course Germany gets the cool cover. Again. Just look at it.
And compare it to this slimy thing we have. I wouldn’t like to be seen in public while reading this book. People w...
October 24, 2012
3 1/2 stars
Last week, Noelle recommended three books to me based on my love of a song, my love of old-school girl hero fantasy, and lastly, based on my need for a mindless, no regrets sort of read. Naturally, I jumped all over that last one. I was promised “humor, action and adventure, some swoon...
November 03, 2011
This book didn't have as much of an impact on me as The Iron Duke, but it was still a very welcome kick in the pants that got me off my string of mediocre reading. There wasn't as much sexytimes as I've come to expect in romance novels nowadays, but the chemistry, tension, and character building...
June 01, 2014
Not rapey! Hurray!
Real men aren't afraid of strong women. Or of colorful waistcoats.
February 28, 2015
"Goddammit. Can't I save you just once?" Yasmeen Corsair doesn't need a man to save her, she can save herself. She is the most badass airship captain ever - EVER!
And let's not forget Archimedes Fox -- adventurer, adrenaline junkie, former weapons smuggler, and one of the most charming bastards...
February 08, 2012
First, let me say that I really loved the first book in this series, The Iron Duke, so I've been looking forward to reading this one for quite some time.
Alas, my love affair with Iron Seas is officially over. This was just...not good.
It started off all right, but as the novel wore on, the charm...