Twincy Quinn and the Eye of Horus Part Two by Odette C. Bell

Their home lies ruined, yet they have not given up. Twincy, Michael, and the children continue to fight Esquire without pause.

As the dust settles, Michael finds himself thrust into this strangest of adventures. He also finds his heart growing in fondness for Twincy with every second, every minute, and every hour.

Their home lies ruined, yet they have not given up. Twincy, Michael, and the children continue to fight Esquire without pause.

As the dust settles, Michael finds himself thrust into this strangest of adventures. He also finds his heart growing in fondness for Twincy with every second, every minute, and every hour.

Yet time is now of the essence. With Lord Ridley’s exhibition only two weeks away, Michael must help Twincy stop the lord and doctor before they can satisfy their evil plans. Plans that revolve around a mysterious object known only as the Eye of Horus. A device of ancient power, reputed to give one the ability to control machines, Twincy and Michael must sacrifice all to ensure it is stolen or destroyed.

Yet in sacrificing, they gain.

A relationship. Two people thrust together by circumstance, yet held together by love.

Part Two of the Eye of Horus concludes the first chapter of the ongoing Twincy Quinn series. A steampunk series with liberal action and a smattering of romance, each episode is a full-length novel.

About Odette C. Bell

I live in Australia with two giant, fluffy cats. I try to write whenever I can, reasoning that eating and sleeping are luxuries that can be ignored.

Price: $4.99 USD

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