Kraken and Canals: A Steampunk Romance

· Elemental Steampunk Chronicles Book 2 · Anne Renwick
12 reviews

About this ebook

An old love. A giant kraken. A dive into the infested canals of Venice.


Time has run out. Rules must be broken and her patron’s wrath risked. To save the woman who raised her, Lady Judith must visit the underwater grotto of a giant lagoon kraken. Survival isn’t guaranteed, but Arturo will not let his love face the dangers of the canals alone.

KRAKEN AND CANALS is a story in a Victorian Steampunk Romance series filled mad scientists, inquisitive young ladies and dangerous gentlemen.



The Tin Rose (0.5)

The Golden Spider (1)

The Silver Skull (2)

Kraken and Canals (2.5)

The Iron Fin (3)

Venomous Secrets (4)



A Trace of Copper

In Pursuit of Dragons  

A Reflection of Shadows

A Snowflake at Midnight



Rust and Steam



Perfect for fans of Melanie Karsak, Honor Raconteur, S. L. Prater, Michelle Frost, V. E. Schwab, Charlie N. Holmberg, AJ Lancaster, Elise Kova, Gail Carriger, Bec McMaster, and CJ Archer

- Steampunk 

- Science Fiction

- Romantic Fantasy

- Alternate History

- Adventure

- Historical

- Gaslamp 

- Fantasy 

- Romance

- Free

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12 reviews
helen Buckthal
November 29, 2019
Kraken infesting the canals of Venice - a short trip to Italy.
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A Google user
January 6, 2019
enjoyed it greatly. a very fitting addition to the elemental series.
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Short little story set in the Elemental Steampunk universe. This one features Judy Ravensdale - the aunt of Olivia, Amanda and Emily. Judy is the cryptobiologist mentioned in The Golden Spider and the ...

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