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Defy or Defend
A Delightfully Deadly Novel180
A vampire hive descending into madness. A beautiful spy with a sparkly plan. And the bodyguard who must keep them from killing each other.
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New York Times bestselling romantic comedy author Gail Carriger brings you a charming story of love, espionage, and Gothic makeovers set in her popular Parasolverse.
Dimity Plumleigh-Teignmott, code name Honey Bee, is the War Office's best and most decorative fixer. She's sweet and chipper, but oddly stealthy, and surprisingly effective given the right incentives.
Sir Crispin Bontwee was knighted for his military service, but instead of retiring, he secretly went to work for the War Office. Mostly he enjoys his job, except when he must safeguard the Honey Bee.
Neither one is a vampire expert, but when the Nottingham Hive goes badly Goth, only Dimity can stop their darkness from turning bloody. And only Crispin can stop an enthusiastic Dimity from death by vampire.
In a battle for survival (and wallpaper), Dimity must learn that not all that sparkles is good, while Cris discovers he likes honey a lot more than he thought.
"This intoxicatingly witty parody will appeal to a wide cross-section of romance, fantasy and steampunk fans." ~ Publishers Weekly, starred review (Soulless)
Spinning off from the Finishing School series, featuring deadly ladies of quality, this story stands alone, but chronologically follows Poison or Protect before the start of the Parasol Protectorate Series. It's Cold Comfort Farm meets Queer Eye meets What We Do In The Shadows from the hilarious author of the Parasol Protectorate books, perfect for fans of Julia Quinn, Jodi Taylor, or Meljean Brook.
Contains fraternizing vampires and one very curious young lady, who asks about seduction, sometimes in detail but mostly in retrospect. May also involve excessive use of velvet, melodramatic poetry, and the strategic application of interpretive ballet.
Also by Gail Carriger set in the Parasolverse
The Curious Case of the Werewolf that Wasn't
The Finishing School series (start with Etiquette & Espionage)
The Delightfully Deadly stories
The Parasol Protectorate series (start with Soulless)
The Supernatural Society stories
The Custard Protocol series (start with Prudence)
The Claw & Courtship stories (try How to Marry a Werewolf)
As G L Carriger
The San Andreas Shifter series (start with The Sumage Solution)
The 5th Gender
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"this intoxicatingly witty parody will appeal to a wide cross-section of romance, fantasy and steampunk fans."
~ Publishers Weekly, starred review (Soulless)
"Behind the delightful whimsy and snarky observations, there is a great deal of heart and soul..."
~ RT Book Reviews (Prudence)
"Overall, this standalone novella is a quick read, but packed with great characters, relationship depth, a bit of adventure, and a sweet and sexy romance."
~ Book Sojourner (Poison or Protect)
"Add in several delightful female friendships, a bit of drama and this is another delightful story from this world. All in all a rollicking fun time!"
~ For What It's Worth (Poison or Protect)
"Gail Carriger has the deft storytelling of Jones and the whimsy of Jasper Fforde. It's fun, fresh, witty, exciting, and is full of dastardly doings and an easy absurdity that leaves a smile on your face."
~ Publishers Weekly Galley Talk (Etiquette & Espionage)
"There is sexual wordplay but it's overall chaste until the end."
~ The Hedgehog Librarian (How to Marry a Werewolf)
Gail Carriger writes comedies of manners mixed with paranormal romance (and sexy queer joy as G L Carriger). Her books include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, and Supernatural Society series for adults, and the Finishing School series for young adults. She is published in many languages and has over a dozen NYT bestsellers. She was once an archaeologist and is fond of shoes, octopuses, and tea.
by gail carriger
Chapter One: In Which There May, or May Not, Be Sparkles
Chapter Two: Wedded Bliss & Other Complications
Chapter Three: In Which There Are Pointy Bits
Chapter Four: Why Not Be Tidy?
Chapter Five: In Which Sir Crispin Critiques Tennyson
Chapter Six: Dangerous Buttons
Chapter Seven: The Tragedy of the Colors
Chapter Eight: The Vampires Are Convinced to Throw a Party, Despite Themselves
Chapter Nine: On the Transcendent Nature of Interpretive Dance
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