Golden Braids and Dargon Blades is the fourth book in the Fairy Tales Series by Melanie Karsak. It is a steampunk adaptation of the fairy tale Rapunzel and with a good tie into the entire universe created by Melanie Karsak.
Beauty and the Beastly by Melanie Karask is the third book in the Fairy Tale Series its a steampunk take on Beauty and the Beastly where you see the return of Isabelle Hawkings from Ice and Embers.
Ice and Embers is the second book in the Steampunk Fairy Tales Book series by Melanie Karsk and must admit I did feel a bit disappointed when I started to read the book and find out that it didn’t carry on with Alice and was a completely new fairy tale.
Curiouser and Curiouser by Melanie Karsak is the first book in the Steampunk Fairy Tale series and it features an Alice in Wonderland theme with Steampunk thrown in. I picked this up as I got Kindle Unlimited for £9.99 for 3 months and I enjoyed her Red Riding Hood series.
Lycans and Legends: A Steampunk Fairy Tale by Melanie Karsak is the 6th and final book in the Steampunk Red Riding Hood Series. Lycans and Legends carries on from Howls and Hallows where Clemeny is trying to work out how her new life choices will affect her life and even if what her heart wants even possible. However, on the return to London someone is trying to assassinate the Queen.
Howls and Hallows by Melanie Karsak the 5th Book in the Steampunk Red Riding Hood series. See Clemeny take on a new case that takes her into Edwin Hunters world but still having to deal with the supernaturals that she is used to dealing with.
Bitches and Bitches and Brawlers is the 4th book in the series by Melanie Karsak. Things in London and Clemeny’s life seems to have settled down since she came back to London under the watchful eye of Lionheart. Until Alodie comes back with some of Cyrils old gang.
Peppermint and Pentacles is the third book in the Steampunk Red Riding Hood Series by Melanie Karsak. Sees Clemeny return from Scotland after Alphas and Airships with no partner because Harper is still on rotation and assigned to a case specifically by her Majesty Queen Victoria.