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THE MISS EDUCATION OF DR. EXETER
by Jillian Stone

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Steampunk
Sensuality: SCORCHER

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The third book in Stone’s Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator series wraps up the cliffhanger of the previous book. While Stone’s multilayered worldbuilding skills are evident, readers may find the many settings and characters — human and otherwise — too overwhelming.

Prospero wants the Moonstone and is torturing Phaeton Black in the Outremer realm to get it. America Jones, about to give birth to Phaeton’s child, joins up with a group that includes the Nightshades, Tim Noggy and Dr. Exeter and his ward Mia, and they head to Paris to effect Phaeton’s rescue. If Exeter can teach Mia to control her shapeshifting abilities before they arrive, the team may just have a chance against the tech-savvy and mysterious Prospero. (BRAVA, Jul., 320 pp., $9.95)

Reviewed By: Karen Sweeny-Justice

Publisher: BRAVA

Published: July 2013

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