Review: Hatshepsut’s Collar by A.W. Exley

Posted February 20, 2017 by Katrina @ Bookish Things in Book Review / 0 Comments

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Review: Hatshepsut’s Collar by A.W. ExleyHatshepsut's Collar by A.W. Exley
Series: Artifact Hunters
Published by Curiosity Quills Press on November 13th 2013
Genres: Romance, Steampunk
Pages: 280
Format: Audiobook
Source: Own
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Also in this series: Nefertiti's Heart, Nero's Fiddle
Also by this author: Ella, The Slayer, Nefertiti's Heart

"Loving you is easy, it's living with you that's killing me."
An ancient Egyptian artifact is driving Queen Victoria insane, and that's not top of Cara Devon's growing list of problems.
Viscount Nathaniel Lyons is a man of numerous secrets, but there is one in particular that threatens his fledgling relationship with Cara. Stunned by Nate's revelation, and before she can absorb the ramifications of his actions, he is arrested, charged with treason and imprisoned in the grim Tower of London. He stole something the mad queen wants, and only has days to deliver, before his date with the executioner.
Although sorely tempted, Cara can't let him die on Tower Green, not when their connection means she would share his fate.
Only together can Cara and Nate figure out how to wrestle Hatshepsut's Collar from around the queen's neck, before she plunges Britain into a world war. The search for answers sends Cara to the opulent Winter Palace of St Petersburg and the frozen depths of Siberia, with every step shadowed by an enemy with his own dark plans.

Quickie Review

I loved being back in this world.  Cara is such an amazing heroine. She doesn’t let people push her around and does whatever needs to be done.

I enjoyed seeing her and Nate together. He has a lot of respect for her even if she doesn’t always realize it.

And one of my favorite creatures is in it! But, I’m not going to tell you what it is. You’ll have to read to find out.

Hatshepsut’s Collar picks up almost exactly where Nefertiti’s Heart leaves off.  There’s mystery, romance, and the look for another artifact.

Jump in this story, and see what happens.

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I'm a mom of two and love to read, listen to music, and rock out at concerts. Sometimes you can find me reading, or writing, in between sets at concerts. I read many genres, and have a TBR mountain.

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