About Wisps at Night
The inauguration year of Queen Victoria sees a world where old magic and new technology coexist . . .
Aladdin has always had a sense of adventure and a nose for trouble. Now he’s half a world away from his birthplace to investigate the secrets of the land his father came from. And hopefully find treasure on the way. But the last thing he was expecting to find was two genies and a fair princess who absolutely loathes him . . .
Princess Rani doesn’t believe in curses by day. By night, though, she can’t escape her own curse she finds herself leaving her body and bound to the lamp as a Jinn. Nor can she hide from the truth she forgets by day: she’s enslaved to the master of the lamp until she breaks the curse by marriage. When Aladdin appears as the better alternative to the son of the sorcerer who cursed her, Rani does her best to advise the latest master of the lamp to woo her by day. If only Rani by day could remember she’s not supposed to hate her bumbling suitor.
How can you break a curse you don’t remember?
The Clockwork Faerie Tale Novella series can be read as standalones or together, for whenever you want your steampunk happily ever after.