Sophronia is recruited to a finishing school for spies located in a dirigible. There, she learns, young ladies of quality are taught to finish everything – and everyone – as needed. Set in Gail's Parasolverse these YA books are full of steampunk etiquette, well-dressed espionage, and flying food.
Five books chronicling the exploits of Alexia Tarabotti, a lady of considerable assets including a large Scottish werewolf, a battle-parasol, and treacle tart tenancies. Oh yes, and she has no soul.
Rue and her crew of miscreants charge about in their high-tech dirigible trying to fix the British Empire, loudly and mainly with tea. This series explores the ramifications of Gail's Parasolverse, both its technology and how the supernatural evolved differently around the world.
Stand alone romances set in Gail's Parasolverse full of manners, spies, and supernatural creatures taking tea. This series follows the exploits of the highly trained and dangerous graduates of Mademoiselle Geraldine's. Look for appearances from favorite characters and the strategic application of the cut direct.
Stand alone novellas featuring popular LBGTQ characters from the Parasolverse. Contains a great deal of shockingly forward flirtation between members of the same sex, between supernaturals of different species, and even between high society and the lower orders (gasp).
Stand alone romances set in Gail's Parasolverse full of werewolves in cravats and the women who love them (both the werewolves and their cravats). Most likely to release in 2017.
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Graphic novel adaptation, all editions are titled Soulless. Soulless Vol.I = Soulless, Soulless Vol.II = Changeless, and Soulless Vol.III = Blameless. There are only 3 manga. Read why here.
Gail's short stories include fairies disguised as jesters, a closeted werewolf and the merman who wants him, warrior women with sticky weapons, and the secrets of Alexia's father, Alessandro Tarabotti. Only $0.99 each.