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The Remarkable Miss Frankenstein (edition 2005)

by Minda Webber

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Title:The Remarkable Miss Frankenstein
Authors:Minda Webber
Info:Love Spell (2005), Mass Market Paperback, 306 pages
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The Remarkable Miss Frankenstein by Minda Webber



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Summary: Clair Frankenstein has a family legacy to live up to - all Frankensteins are published scientifically (well, besides that great uncle who thinks he's a ghost). And THIS Frankenstein plans on winning the Discovery of the Decade award by proving that vampires and werewolves existed. Humorously, her methods of discovery are anything but scientific, and they get her in a lot of trouble - including trouble in love.

Review: This was a sweet and funny book filled with absurdism and anachronism. I enjoyed following Clair through her antics-of-scientific-discovery, and kept wondering what she'd do next. The romance was playful and passionate at the same time. Quite a nice taste of the paranormal romance genre. ( )
  The_Hibernator | Feb 15, 2015 |
This was a bad book. How bad? I couldn't even sell the darn thing for half price on Amazon.
  clymenestra | Sep 20, 2005 |
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Clair's problem is that she's a Frankenstein. Everyone in the family was a success, while all she'd managed was a humiliating misadventure with pigs. But Clair has a plan. She simply has to prove Baron Huntsley is a vampire. With his midnight-black hair, soul-piercing eyes and shiney white teeth, what else could he be? And then there are all those other monsters. You'd never expect so many in 1828 London. Pretty soon she'd expose them all and then her name would be on everyone's lips.… (more)

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