Lady Ruth Constance Chapelstone and the Clockwork Suitor

Lady Ruth Constance Chapelstone and the Clockwork Suitor

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LCMawson By LCMawson Updated Aug 06, 2016

Lady Ruth Constance Chapelstone never cared much for boys. She was too fixated on fashion or engines to give them much notice. An "inventor's disposition" is how her uncle referred to it when she would forget basic necessities, like food or sleep.

But proper ladies don't spend their days reinventing the steam engine, so Lady Ruth's uncle helped her to create a persona - The Owl: Britain's greatest inventor.

The Owl is sought after, but so is Lady Ruth, and making sure that she remains free to pursue her inventions may take every ounce of her cunning.

Gray__Fullbuster Gray__Fullbuster Nov 05, 2015
This quite a fascinating read! Is this during the Victorian Age?
Luthien22 Luthien22 Nov 04, 2015
I love the atmosphere in this first chapter, and I'm really liking the characters. I can't wait to see where this goes.