Book Blitz: Golden Dragon by V E Ulett

Golden Dragon (Code Black #1)
by V.E. Ulett
Genre: Historical Fantasy/Steampunk Adventure
Release Date: October 30th 2016

About the book:

Romance, Intrigue, and Airships – Code Black Book 1

Miriam Kodio Blackwell is caught between East and West. When a Code Black arises she is recruited by Lord Q, head of British intelligence and airships, who helps Miriam escape Iran only to press her into service of the Crown. Will Miriam survive when she’s put aboard the airship Nonesuch—with her captain, crew, and a Hell-Cat of fearsome reputation—and the assignment to rescue the niece of a Dutch ally taken captive in the South China Sea?

Golden Dragon is a witty new steampunk adventure, set in the Romantic age of Byron and Shelley.

Praise for Golden Dragon –
“Miriam is a great character. She figures out quickly how to use what she has in order to make an impact. I am very excited to see what new adventures will await the characters in the next book! This is a solid pick!”
MEGAN WESSELL, A Bookish Affair


“…a delightful fusion between historical fiction and fantasy with believable characters and an entertaining plot: highly recommended.” – ALARIC BOND, author of The Fighting Sail Series

About the Author
V.E. Ulett is a long time resident of California, but spends most of her time in a romantic nineteenth century world of airships and adventure. When she isn’t head down in a first hand account of capture by pirates, battle at sea, or experimental flight, V.E. is an ordinary Silicon Valley warrior. Rare leisure hours are spent with her own small Hell-Cats.
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2 Responses to Book Blitz: Golden Dragon by V E Ulett

  1. Tiana says:

    This seems so interesting. I always wanted to read a steampunk book because I love the style and uniqueness of it. This seems like it would be a really cool read.


  2. V.E. Ulett says:

    Thank you for the post paisleypiranha (great name)! I read the terrific review yesterday of A Keeper’s Tale, and had to grab one!


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