Normally I am a big fan of the steampunk genre, and to throw in zombies? Even better! But after getting into this novel, I found it sadly lacking. It was not anything to do with the book, per se, it was simply there was nothing in it to draw my attention and keep it. I found myself constantly drawn into other books. To be totally honest, after I found myself repeating pages multiple times, I finally had to stop reading and switch to another book.
It has been thirty years since England was plagued by zombies. Humans fear for their lives while the dead kill the living.
By the cover of night, a man known only as Aeron hunts these creatures. On one foggy evening he finds Lucille Knight's life in jeopardy and Aeron's interest is instantly peaked when he saves the young lady.
But Aeron will have competition when Lucy meets Lord Garrett Ashdown, son of the Inventor, Earl Thomas.
Lucy is drawn to the masked man and equally mysterious Lord. With one concealing his true identity and the other hiding a ghastly secret, she does not know which one is less dangerous.
Will she be able to be with the man she chooses when she learns the awful truth?