Posts labeled Erastes
Review - Frost Fair
Gideon Frost is a man skating on thin ice, almost literally. The young printer is barely keeping his business together, and his creditors are circling outside his door. He’s only just getting by, and when the need arises he’s not above selling his body for a few shillings to make ends meet. His one hope to get things back to black, for a while at least, is a commission for an engraving of Joshua Redfern’s new house.
Tags: Nineteenth Century Historical
I’ve always enjoyed Erastes work, especially Mere Mortals, which was the last of her works I read. Unfortunately, Transgressions failed to capture my imagination. There’s nothing I can put my finger on as to why the book didn’t do it for me, and it’s probably not any one thing. This is a much longer work than most of Erastes’ books, and it does move along rather slowly in the beginning, as her books do.