Can three society women foil an evil plan to blow up Tower Bridge?
It's London, the year 1894. Three friends, Eliza, Jillian, and Miriam receive word from their mysterious boss, Colonel Cuthbert, that a plan has been hatched by the demented Countess Wilmont to destroy the newly built Tower Bridge.
From there, these three highly trained, highly experienced women, who are armed to the teeth with some very extraordinary weapons, vault into action.
Along the way, two of the women find out some ugly truths about the husbands whom they both despise with a passion. Enter three men into their lives who may not be all that they seem on the outside and the electricity will fly.literally.
The Electrifying Exploits of the English Three is a thrilling ride through the secret societies of the 1890's London. The plot is cutting edge Steampunk, and the characters are razor sharp. Not only do we see these women for the well-tuned mercenaries that they are, but also their more vulnerable, hidden sides as well, making them completely rounded and believable. They'll have you rooting for them from page one until the end. This book serves to both fascinate and satisfy the reader at the same time. Its precision writing makes me beg the author for a sequel. Hands down, The Electrifying Exploits of the English Three is the best book I've read this year, and I'm not an easy reviewer to please.
Can three women stop the destruction of the Tower Bridge?
Eliza, Miriam, and Jillian are friends by fate, employment, and society. In the London of 1894, they receive a directive from their mysterious boss to investigate, and stop, the Countess Wilmont's plot to destroy the newly erected Tower Bridge.
Delving into a secret world of masterful training in martial arts, curious new technologies and weaponry, the women are armed and very dangerous.
Their investigation reveals a terrible truth about two of their husbands, and along the way they meet three men who will change their world…and show them that gentlemen aren’t always what they seem.
Content warning: Sex and violence.