Cover Reveal!

Isn't it spectacularly gorgeous? I love it! The cover artists at NAL/Penguin rock. Meet Wiilie G. and Simon Darcy, the heroine and hero of the second novel-length adventure in the "Glorious Victorious Darcys" series. HIS CLOCKWORK CANARY. Coming June 6. Click here to pre-order!

History is repeating itself.
For ambitious engineer Simon Darcy, winning Queen Victoria’s competition to recover lost inventions of historical significance is a matter of pride—and redemption. After all, it was Simon’s failed monorail project that left his family destitute, and winning the tournament would surely restore the Darcys’ reputation.

Simon sets his sights high, targeting no less than the infamous time-travel device that forever changed the world by transporting scientists, engineers, and artists from the twentieth century. The Mod technology was banned and supposedly destroyed, but Simon is sure he can re-create it.

His daring plan draws the attention of Willie G., the Clockwork Canary, London’s sensationalist reporter. Simon soon discovers that Willie is a male guise for Wilhemina Goodenough, the love of his youth, who left him jilted and bitter. He questions her motives even as he falls prey to her unique charm. As the attraction between the two reignites, Simon realizes that this vixen from his past has secrets that could be the key to his future…as long as he can put their history behind him.


Jordan Summers said…
Love the cover, Beth! :)
Beth Ciotta said…
Thanks so much, Jordan! I'm over the moon!
Anonymous said…
OMG it's a beautiful steampunk bookcover! I discovered Steampunk stories with another author Mary Wine and fell in love with this time period. There is something that appeals to me when I see covers so amazing! Thanks to Terri Brisbin who share your page on Facebook! Magnifique!
Beth Ciotta said…
Hi Nicole! So thrilled you found me. I'll have to give Terri a big hug of thanks for pointing you my way. Glad you like the cover. Hope you love the stories! :)
Dawn A Jones said…
Hi, Beth

Love the cover...

Olga said…
What a fabulous cover, Beth! I loved HER SKY COWBOY, and this story promises to be an amazing one, too. Do you know that your book was the first steampunk story I've ever read?

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