About Born of Treasure
Clark used to be a miner, until he drank from a vial he swore was absinthe but was actually an invention to give him the ability to raise the dead. Now Clark seeks to fulfill his father’s wishes to keep other inventions away from Senator Horan.
His beloved Amethyst is along for the ride. Deceit, drama, romance, the insidious underbellies of gangs…How can she not be involved?
Clark can’t hide behind the Treasure name forever and the army still wants him for his secret abilities. If Captain Greenwood can’t snare Clark, then he’ll use the Treasures as collateral. Saving his father’s inventions will just have to wait, especially now that the Treasures have been kicked off their ranch and driven into exile. Clark knows how to survive on the run, but that’s not the fate the Treasures deserve. He can surrender to the army or fight for his freedom, but Amethyst has other plans for fixing their troubles.
She’s come across another one of the vials that gave Clark his abilities, and it looks mighty tasty.
Reviews for Born of Treasure
I really enjoyed the first book in this series and was looking forward to reading this one. This was a fantastic continuation of the story started in the first book; I really enjoyed it. There is a ton of wonderful western steampunk action. This book wraps up the story started in the first book, but is sounds like there may be more adventures in the future for Clark and Amethyst.
Clark and Amethyst are traveling the countryside in an effort to find all of Clark’s father’s inventions and keep them out of the hands of the evil Senator Horan. However when [...]
So, I kind of have some mixed feelings for this book.
While on one hand, it was a really engaging story and I having really enjoyed the first book, I was looking forward to continuing this series. Half the time the characters were being really dumb, and I wanted to shake them yelling in the face telling them how gullible they were being and that they were being duped. From Captain Greenwood to Mr.Treasure Sr. For a while there Clark was the only one not being dumb, but then he had to go on and agree with someone on a [...]