God Save the Queen by Kate Locke
(The Immortal Empire)

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Queen Victoria rules with an immortal fist.

The undead matriarch of a Britain where the Aristocracy is made up of werewolves and vampires, where goblins live underground and mothers know better than to let their children out after dark. A world where being nobility means being infected with the Plague (side-effects include undeath), Hysteria is the popular affliction of the day, and leeches are considered a delicacy. And a world where technology lives side by side with magic. The year is 2012.

Xandra Vardan is a member of the elite Royal Guard, and it is her duty to protect the Aristocracy. But when her sister goes missing, Xandra will set out on a path that undermines everything she believed in and uncover a conspiracy that threatens to topple the empire. And she is the key-the prize in a very dangerous struggle.

About Kate Locke

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Kate Locke is a shameless anglophile who wrote her first book at age 12. Fortunately, that book about a British pop band is lost forever. During 'off' hours Kate often screeches along to Rock Band (being a rock star was her second career choice if the writing thing didn't work out), watches BBC America, or plays with makeup. She loves history, the paranormal, horror, and sparkly things. Find out more about Kate Locke atwww.katelocke.com and on twitter @KLockework.
Published July 3, 2012 by Orbit. 360 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Xandra Vardan is a member of the Royal Guard in an alternate Britain where the aristocracy includes vampires and werewolves, and Queen Victoria—the first vampire to take the throne—reigns, young and beautiful as ever.

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City Book Review

Overall, the relationships between Xandra and the other characters, especially Winston Churchill, are what make this book so enjoyable.

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Portland Book Review

Not all supernatural romances need to focus on the romance, and it helps.

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Steampunk Chronicle

The practice of having every British character use the same British slang terms unfortunately gives me an impression that either A: The author is too lazy to give the characters their own specific voice and speech patterns, or B: The very American author is seriously trying to convince us that th...

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