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Tobias is a fox-shifter, stolen in childhood from his home-world. Now he works as an agent for the secretive and powerful sentinels, trying to bring an end to the interworld slave trade.

Etty is a street-smart spitfire from the wrong side of the tracks. She harbors untrained magical abilities and a deep longing for a better life. Can she channel these into working as Tobias’ assistant?

Will they survive a life-changing mission where love and danger are only a heartbeat away, and the fate of rift worlds hangs in the balance?


Steampunk is a little known genre that is gaining notoriety. But it’s still hit or miss. Often you end up with one of two kinds of novels within the genre. Faux steampunk which is more fluff – romance or action with very little automation and Victorian ways, or you have Boring steampunk which is so heavy on the automation and mores of Victorian life, that you fall asleep while reading a chapter. Bronze Fox, however is one of the rare reads that keeps you on your seat, develops the characters, and gives you a peek into the retrofuturistic Victorian society as a steampunk world is supposed to be. And it has the romance and action to keep any YA reader happy. Highly Recommended.

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About the author:

Since her childhood, growing up in New Zealand, Diana has been an avid storyteller. For years she enjoyed teaching art and special education, while continuing to write as a hobby. After she developed an auto-immune disorder, a career change was necessary, but happily this led her to become a professional author.

Diana’s books are mostly romance, in the fantasy and science fiction sub-genres. She has been a finalist for the CRW Award of Excellence and the Aspen Gold Published Novel Contest.

At present, she self-publishes and writes for the Wild Rose Press.
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