Leo studiously avoided the Signaler’s gaze.  She was a proper young woman, unlike her sister, and the pair of goggles she wore magnified her sparkling eyes.  They were a vivid shade of green that made his stomach do flips.  But she’d never have naught to do with the likes of him, he reckoned.  Instead he watched a slim young man, carry a pair of heavy cases off the back of a carriage, wave the porter away, and tromp up the gangway.  The man waited impatiently as they weighed his bags, had a long conversation with the steward, then disappeared inside.

Read from the beginning!

Support this project on Patreon!

Get “The City” in ebook from Amazon or Gumroad!

Advertisements