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It was definitely one of your affirmative grunts. We are both expected. There is no way out of it. Which was a good thing, as his wife and Floote had managed to strap him into full evening dress and there was no way to escape that.

In a show of solidarity, he grabbed his wife, pulling her against him and snuffling her neck. However, you ought to know that the most interesting thing about this dress is how remarkably easy it is to get into and out of. Very well done as always. Where are they all? A few speculated that there had been a negotiated exchange of spats and possibly promises of daily treacle tart.

Lord Akeldama now had a preternatural in his closet and a werewolf pack next door, but he and his drones had certainly weathered much worse in the way of neighbors, and he had certainly housed far more shocking things in his closet, if the rumors were to be believed.

Unforeseen as it may have been when they originally concocted the arrangement, it had become increasingly clear that the home of a metanatural required the presence of a preternatural or no one was safe—particularly on bath night. Lady Maccon opened the closet door wide and took in the sorry sight of the gentleman before her. They set the mode for all of London with regards to collar points and spats.

The handsome young man who stood before her represented the best London society had to offer—an exquisite plum tailcoat, a high-tied waterfall of white about his neck, his hair curled just so about the ears —except that he was dripping with soap suds, his neck cloth was coming untied, and one collar point drooped sadly.

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I think you had better come at once. The poor boy actually squelched in his beautifully shined shoes. Downstairs, Lord Akeldama had converted a side parlor into a bathing chamber for his adopted daughter. It had become clear rather early on that bathing was going to be an event of epic proportions, requiring a room large enough to accommodate several of his best and most capable drones. Still, this being Lord Akeldama, even a room dedicated to the cleanliness of an infant was not allowed to be sacrificed upon the unadorned altar of practicality.

The cheerful otters, fish, and cephalopods above were meant as encouragement, but it was clear his daughter saw them as nothing more than squishy threats. In the exact center of the room stood a gold, claw-footed bathtub. It was far too large for a toddler, but Lord Akeldama never did anything by halves, especially if he might double it at three times the expense.

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There was also a fireplace, before which stood multiple gold racks supporting fluffy and highly absorbent drying cloths and one very small Chinese silk robe.

There were no less than eight drones in attendance, as well as Lord Akeldama, a footman, and the nursemaid. Nevertheless, nothing could take on Prudence Alessandra Maccon Akeldama when bathing was at stake.

The tub was overturned, saturating the beautiful rug with soapy water.

Several of the drones were drenched. One was nursing a bruised knee and another a split lip. Lord Akeldama had tiny soapy handprints all over him. One of the drying racks had fallen on its side, singeing a cloth in the fire. The footman was standing with his mouth open, holding a bar of soap in one hand and a wedge of cheese in the other. The nanny had collapsed on a settee in tears. In fact, the only person who seemed neither injured nor wet in any way was Prudence herself.

Noth wet. Noth, Dama! Alexia stood in the doorway, transfixed. Lord Akeldama straightened where he stood. Now brace yourselves, my pets. All attention was focused on the toddler, who held the high ground, unflinching. The ancient vampire launched himself at his adopted daughter. He could move fast, possibly faster than any other creature Alexia had ever observed, and she had been the unfortunate victim of more than one vampire attack.

However, in this particular instance, Lord Akeldama moved no quicker than any ordinary mortal man. Which was, of course, the current difficulty—he was an ordinary mortal. His face was no longer deathless perfection but slightly effete and perhaps a little sulky. His movements were still graceful, but they were mortally graceful and, unfortunately, mortally slow.

Prudence leaped away in the manner of some kind of high-speed frog, her tiny, stubbly legs supernaturally strong but still toddler unstable. She crashed to the floor, screamed in very brief pain, and then zipped about looking for a break in the circle of drones closing in upon her.

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Except that the doorway was not, in fact, open. Therein stood the only creature who little Prudence had learned to fear and, of course, the one she loved best in all the world. Alexia held out her arms and Prudence barreled into them with all the supernatural speed that a toddler vampire could manage. No wet! Prudence was having none of it. He was once more pale, his movements quick and sharp.

She got away from Boots there and hurled herself at me before I could dodge. It was safe to do so now that Alexia held her close. Prudence narrowed her eyes suspiciously.

Prudence, undaunted, glared back. Lady Maccon shook her head in exasperation. Do you think you can handle bath night without me? Or should we cancel? I am hoping to finish this series this week. P The 4th book, pregnancy and waddling around London solving mysteries , werewolves, vampires, zombie porcupines??

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Yes, a confession, I skipped the third book. I read snippets of it so I knew vaguely what was going on. Yep, in this book Alexia is fully pregnant, but of course she isn't going to be stopped. This lady is just keeps on going. Navigation menu Even 8 months pregnant and she goes out to solve mysteries, go in dirigibles, do a few chases here and there.

Eh, it is nothing strange for Alexia. And I love her for it. She isn't going to let a baby stop her from doing what she wants to do. From doing her job. Many a pregnant lady would just sit down by this stage, take things calmly. Plus the pregnancy brought some hilarious scenes, like when Alexia is hungry and every vampire and werewolf near her can just whip out food out of pockets instantly.

Book Review and excerpt: Soulless by Gail Carriger - Parasol Protectorate Book 1 - with "Biffy" P Even though of course her hubbie Conall would rather see his wife sit still for once, and is in even higher must protect mode. For which I love him even more. Sure, I still want to smack him on the head for what he said and did during the ending of book 2, but I am a pretty forgiving gal, and he does show remorse for what he did and said.

He is trying to make up for everything. Protecting his wife and child even more, making sure her every whims are handled, making sure his wife is happy. He is a great guy. The solution to the baby since Alexia is still being followed by murderous vampires? I definitely loved it, I was at first worried that it would mean Alexia and Conall wouldn't be seeing the kid much, but then Alexia brought up that plan and I was squealing. It is sad that this plan had to be concocted though. I know the kid is a potential danger, but really, it is also still a kid and those do need a parents' love when that can be provided in this case yes.

It was quite generous of Lord Akeldama to do all that for Alexia and her baby. Then again, I didn't expect anything less for the vampire, he is so sweet and kind though his endearing words are getting a bit cringy. It was quite an interesting one, as it also brought some more insight in Conall's past with his old pack, the assassination attempt back then, what happened after.

I was already curious when some stuff was mentioned in the previous books, so I am happy that Gail Carriger continued the story in this one. I wasn't amused with the fact that Felicity was once again popping up a lot. I absolutely dislike that twit. She is so annoying.

I definitely didn't see that development coming though when it happened. She is the kind of person for that. I just hope she won't pop up too much in the next book. I was happy to see her back, and I also loved what Alexia arranged for her I was squealing in delight. I hope we will see more of Ivy in the next book and hopefully with some more arrangements for certain things.

How happy I was for her and Tunstell, congrats you two! The ending and all really so much happened there? I won't spoil anything, you will just have to read the book, but be prepared for a ride. Fasten your seat belts, grab some tissues, some fresh tea, and enjoy. I could go on and on about this book, but I think I have said most of what I wanted.

So lastly, I would definitely recommend this book and the series. Review first posted at https: Sep 01, Bry rated it liked it Shelves: I love this series.

I love the way Gail Carriger writes. I love her humor. I love her characters. I love her quirky imagination. And I really want to lie to you all and tell y'all that I loved this book If we were sitting around a parlor in Victorian England sipping some earl grey, in a lace trimmed visiting gown, with my best kid skin gloves and ringlets I would be forced to submit to my best manners and in accordance with polite society gush over the entire book with alacrity.

But we are not. Post navigation. See a Problem? I enjoy this series for the humor, the outlandish plots, and the fire between Alexia and Conall. This book did have humor - just not as much as previous books or as expected. The plot was outlandish - but overly so and not believable enough. And the fire between Alexia and Conall was tempered by marriage and Conall always trying to appease Alexia.

I get the feeling that this book was set up more as a filler type novel, but to me you really only get those types of books in series that do not have definite ends, where as the 5th book in this series is supposed to be the final.

So then I though maybe it read like a filler book because it was meant to build up to the last novel and that it was going to be a whopper!

Only the 5th book takes place 2 or 3 years later, so that doesn't make sense either. The reason this book felt like such a filler novel was because the plot supposedly revolved around a assassination plot against the Queen of England except for most of the book no one was ever really doing anything about it!! It felt like most everyone's efforts were given to the relationships between secondary characters and the minutia of manners when a pregnant woman is involved.

And what was going on with all the secondary characters in this book??? All the old characters seem cast off and forgotten to be replaced by new ones. Where was Ivy in this book?? She barely gets any time and the little she has is weak. It was not necessary for her to go to Scotland, but its as if Carriger couldn't figure out where to stick her so she just came up with this flimsy idea as a way to put her in the story anywhere.

Akledama got a bit more screen time because of the issues concerning Alexia's child I guess, but he seemed less important this book. Also I keep hoping we will get to see more of Floote in these novels but every time I am disappointed. Even Genevieve seemed less important and that is ironic considering her role in the book.

She hardly has any face time until the last 50 pages. I get where she was during all that time, but she still could have been included more. Instead we got all this information about Biffy. So much so he felt like a main character for a while there. In the 5th book there are even whole sections written from his POV! And the whole thing with Lyall I thought he was the definition of kindness, understanding, and politeness. Instead he has shown himself to be conniving, manipulative, and uncaring.

Yes his concern was for his pack, but he also showed no concern for others feelings. He allows Conall to believe that his old pack were murderers, or at least attempted murderers, even though he knows how much it pains Conall because he is too much of a coward to confess his actions to his alpha and seek understanding and forgiveness. Since when has Lyall become a coward? Seriously, I was so completely let down by him. And what's more - all that stuff between Lyall and Alexia's father - that was a pretty weak and unbelievable tie in.

I didn't think it added to either of their characters. There just had to have been a better way to do that. Basically Lyall went from one of my favorite characters to one of my hated ones.

I could have forgiven his actions if he would have been honest about them to Conall, but instead Lyall allows his Alpha to suffer with the thoughts that his old pack was inherently bad and that as alpha that was his fault. It's like urban fantasy covers with kickass heroines sporting knifes on the cover but you everyday normal girl as the main character I'm looking at you Mind Games I just expected more. I am starting book 5 so all I can hope is that it is amazing and the whole series ends with a bang!

Oct 23, The Flooze rated it liked it Shelves: Her exploits continue to entertain. However, as my friend CJ expressed in her review , there was some indefinable spark missing from this book.

I also echo her sentiment that much of the plot might have been capably - and more enjoyably - handled in a short story or two. But before I try to reason that out: I hope we learn heaps more about him before the series ends. What does he know that seemingly no one else does? Although Alexia does have a situation to investigate - a threat to the Queen herself - it seems less a case to solve and more a convenient vehicle for personal discoveries.

With only one more installment to come, perhaps Ms. Carriger decided to cram in as many twists as possible?

Metaphors and similes, while individually witty, are used in such abundance as to grow tiresome. Oh, to return to that bite under the streetlamp!

Get A Copy I expect better of her. Overall, Heartless struck me as preparation for the series finale rather than a story unto itself. I only hope that all of this new information will result in Timeless being a humdinger of a wrap-up.

Carriger began writing in order to cope with being raised in obscurity by an expatriate Brit and an incurable curmudgeon.

She escaped small-town life and inadvertently acquired several degrees in Higher Learning. You probably already know whether or not you are going to like a story about werewolves and vampires in a steampunk Victorian Britain.

It is a lot of fun, although perhaps not very deep.

However, there is no point in starting with this book, the fourth in the series. These should be added to the availability message time, to determine when the goods will arrive. During checkout we will give you a cumulative estimated date for delivery.Soulless Parasol Protectorate, 1 By Gail Carriger Here is a most edifying and highly scientific quiz you may use to ascertain whether this novel is one that you will enjoy Is your bookcase overflowing with strong, decisive heroines Do you chuckle over the animated Gorey titles preceding a PBS Mystery presentation Are you fond of the Victorian era D Several of the drones were drenched.

Lyall we saw a different side of him in this book and I appreciate how it was done view spoiler [ when he showed Alexia her father's journal, there was another gasping moment. Alexia held out her arms and Prudence barreled into them with all the supernatural speed that a toddler vampire could manage.

True, it had been several years since someone tried to kill her in a conveyance, but it had happened with startling regularity for a period of time, and she had never gotten over her suspicion of carriages as a result. Alexia nodded.