This collector's special Fan Service omnibus contains stories specifically tailored to honor Gail Carriger's most devoted fans. The collection answers the three most common questions readers have after reading the Parasol Protectorate series...
Will Madame Lefoux find herself a lady at last?
Do Biffy and Lyall ever get back together?
What exactly happened when Alexia met Conall and the hedgehog?
It includes previously published Supernatural Society Novellas: Romancing the Inventor, Romancing the Werewolf. And an all new and never before seen novelette: Meat Cute AKA The Hedgehog Incident.
In Romancing the Inventor, Imogene Hale is a lowly parlourmaid with a soul-crushing secret. Seeking solace, she takes work at a local vampire hive, only to fall desperately in love with the amazing lady inventor imprisoned in the potting shed.
In Romancing the Werewolf, Professor Randolph Lyall returns home to London after twenty years abroad, afraid of what he might find. With his pack in chaos and his beloved Alpha Biffy in crisis, it will take all his Beta efficiency to set everything to rights.
In Meat Cute, Alexia Tarabotti attends what seems to be an extraordinarily dull ball, until the new werewolf Alpha turns up, is unconscionably rude to her, and sits on a hedgehog.
From the comedic mind of New York Times bestseller Gail Carriger comes three charming love stories set in her popular steampunk Parasolverse. Featuring a long-awaited reunion, well deserved new loves, and a very surprised hedgehog. Look out for cheeky appearances from other popular characters, not to mention the strategic application of a wicker chicken.
New York Times bestselling author Gail Carriger writes to cope with being raised in obscurity by an expatriate Brit and an incurable curmudgeon. She escaped small town life and inadvertently acquired several degrees in Higher Learning. Ms. Carriger then traveled the historic cities of Europe, subsisting entirely on biscuits secreted in her handbag. She resides in the Colonies, surrounded by fantastic shoes, where she insists on tea imported from London.