Review: The Lady in the Coppergate Tower by Nancy Allen Campbell

A sweet friends to lovers romance with suspense thrown all around. When a man shows up claiming he’s Hazel’s uncle and she has a twin that needs her help, Sam volunteers to go with her on her journey. They’re both leery but Hazel has been having these crazy dreams all her life and now things are starting to click into place after finding out she’s a twin. But things aren’t always as smooth as you’d hope.

My stomach was in knots as I tried to figure out what was happening. Definitely a wild ride. As Hazel and Sam try to discover the real reason they’re on this journey, it was fun to watch as they realize that their feelings for each other are way stronger than just friends. It was sweet actually. They knew they cared for each other, but being forced to rely on each other more brought out their true feelings.

I’m happy to say that the steampunk aspect didn’t distract me like it usually does. I was able to focus on the story and not all the movable parts. Yay, me!

I enjoy that these Steampunk Proper Romance stories are interconnected standalones. When past characters pop in, I don’t feel like I’m missing anything, since I don’t remember their stories. I am curious about a few characters and hope they get stories as well.


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