Quick Book Review | Nyssa Glass and the Juliet Dilemma

Nyssa Glass is back in Nyssa Glass and the Juliet Dilemma written by H. L. Burke.

If you enjoy a steampunk filled adventure, this book is for you! High above the air, this book is filled with action, and adventure, with a dab of romance. Usually I’m not one for romance in my literature, but this wasn’t in your face and it is hard to put down a book that involves Nyssa. She is a well-rounded character with her own set of flaws. Ellis knows of his own flaw and how people perceive him, yet that does not stop his positive attitude. Her and Ellis make a great pair!

Being framed for murder and forced to flee the country sort of takes the fun out of vacations.
Reformed cat burglar, Nyssa Glass, wants to lead an honest life as an electrician’s apprentice. Instead, she’s on the run with her new friend, Ellis, implicated in a crime she didn’t commit. The pair ends up stowing away on a zeppelin and meeting Renard and Amara, two teens running away to be married. But the mysterious couple is hiding something—and it might get Nyssa and Ellis killed.

You can check out my review of Nyssa Glass and the House of Mirrors right here. Both books in the Nyssa Glass series can be read as standalone books. However, both installments are highly entertaining and worth the read.

To be fair, I did enjoy Nyssa and the House of Mirrors slightly more than Nyssa Glass and the Juliet Dilemma. For me, I felt that Juliet Dilemma was a stepping stone to get the main characters from point A to point B. Hopefully this means more Nyssa Glass books to follow. But I digress, Nyssa Glass and the Juliet Dilemma is a page turner, once again I find myself within Nyssa’s world, hoping for the best outcome for her, particularly during hectic circumstances.

Nyssa Glass and the House of Mirrors on Amazon

Nyssa Glass and the Juliet Dilemma on Amazon, available on June 18th. Pre-order today!

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