Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine by Teagan Riordain Geneviene #bookreview #steampunk

Put your feet up and enjoy a whimsical break with this quick, lighthearted story. There’s some romance, and a lot of silliness. It’s a steampunk/Victorian setting. You might call it a long-short story or a novelette.

This is a tale of an old lost valentine and the shenanigans that ensue when it turns up. Fiona Finch and her brother Steele – along with a helping “wing” from Quellie the duck, work to bring two long ago sweethearts back together. Even though it is a Valentine’s Day story, it does not include sex or passionate romance. It does, however, include a lot of imaginative fun.

I’ve read several books by this author and her creativity never ceases to amaze and delight me.  This tale of a lost valentine from years ago and amusing matchmaking efforts at a masquerade ball is guaranteed to leave you with a smile.  Although a quick read, character development certainly isn’t lacking, and you’ll feel as if you’ve spent time with friends by the end of this whimsical novelette.  And did I mention the pet duck?  An absolute scene-stealer.  If you’re in the mood for a light read with a sweet happily ever after, look no further.

 

 

46 thoughts on “Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine by Teagan Riordain Geneviene #bookreview #steampunk

  1. Pingback: Review by Teri Polen, Fiona Finch and the Pink Valentine! #bookreview #steampunk — Books and Such – Teagan's Books

  2. Teagan’s mind is a wonderful thing!
    I’m travelling along with her on The Delta Pearl, and have read the Glowing Pigs Short Stories.
    Fanciful and fun, I enjoyed it more than lots!
    Nice post, Teri!

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