January 2012 / July 14, 2014
Robert Belton has been stranded in Seattle, working as a prostitute. When an attractive customer carrying a mysterious wooden box comes into the brothel in search of a bed for the night, Robert’s more than willing to oblige. When he learns his customer is also looking for a crew to help him haul provisions to the gold fields in the frozen north, Robert jumps at the chance and volunteers.
Dr. John Fauth is only looking for one thing in Dawson City, and it isn’t gold. He needs platinum for his semiconductor research. Just getting to the gold fields is a grueling, dangerous journey, especially when a competitor will stop at nothing to get his hands on an invaluable device in John’s possession.
As they fall for each other on the bitterly cold trail, John and Robert may just find themselves with more to lose than they could ever gain in the gold fields of the Yukon Territory.
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Noble Metals is an outstanding steampunk story. I found John and Robert two interesting men who went through an evolution through the pages of the book. The reader has no idea the whole story is about love and not greed, but through every word, the writer reveals a love which would not be denied despite what others might think. I absolutely think the writing of L.A Witt in Noble Metals is worthy of more than one read.
Delane Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More
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