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Into The Lair - Paranormal Romance Inspiration

Collection by Kira Lerner


Inspiration for "Into the Lair," Book I of my upcoming paranormal romance series. 18-year-old Emma Carr seeks both her destiny and the truth behind a vicious Victorian conspiracy. In 1880s London, she competes with devilish newspaper owner Edmund Harcourt--whose hidden agenda bears a terrifying price that both he Emma may be forced to pay. Fans of romantic suspense, time travel, historic fiction, mystic legends (e.g. werewolves) and steampunk / gaslight romance will want to dive Into the Lair.

Kira Lerner
Victorian London was the world’s biggest city. This is Fleet Street in Horses had not yet been replaced by cars. BBC - Primary History - Victorian Britain - An introduction Victorian London, Vintage London, Old London, Victorian Street, Victorian Life, London 1800, Victorian Buildings, Victorian Photos, London City

Ludgate Hill and Circus from Fleet Street: 19th century, Anonymous

Ludgate Hill and Circus from Fleet Street: 19th century by Anonymous. Museum quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases. Museum of London

victorian bustle dress and jacket Steampunk Wedding, Victorian Steampunk, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Old Dresses, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits, Victorian Dresses, Belle Epoque

Carmela Victorian Lacy Bustled Cotton Polonaise and Skirt

Fit for a wedding, this beautiful polonaise and skirt ensemble is exquisite! Styled from the Victorian bustle era, this set will make you the center of attention! The long cotton polonaise jacket has front closure with satin buttons. The jacket cuts away to pleating at the sides progressing to bustling and shirring at the back. The hem is finished with a lovely cotton ruffle and lace, along with five lacy satin bows. The zigzag cut yoke is of lace and extends to the shoulder caps. Long…

Inventory ::: Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education costume Emma Jekyll & Hyde 1880s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Emo Fashion, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Vintage Gowns

Inventory ::: Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education

Inventory ::: Hale Center Foundation for the Arts and Education

The Bizarre World of the Phantom Time Hypothesis Phantom Time Hypothesis, Carl Friedrich, Father Time, Time Art, Time Time, Animes Wallpapers, Time Travel, Bunt, Tatoos

Time After Time

Make It Interesting, Challenge #4 - Antique Clock Starter image with thanks, from Stockerre. 24/365 Photo Manipulations Project II GIMP July 18, 2011 prairiekittin.deviantart.com/art/Time-After-Time-242618670

A mysterious traveling man, a magician marching through the village towards the gates of the castle Sherlock Holmes, Victorian London, Victorian Gothic, Dark Fantasy, Fantasy Art, Maurice Leblanc, Bg Design, Gothic Art, Story Inspiration

Trevillion Images - The Ultimate Creative Stock Photography Victoria Davies VICTORIAN MAN IN CITY ALLEYWAY PE6

Victoria Davies - VICTORIAN MAN IN CITY ALLEYWAY - People - Men

Penny Dreadful, lighting the "fairy lights' Victorian London, Victorian Gothic, Penny Dreadfull, Jack Ripper, Vanessa Ives, Detective Aesthetic, You Don't Know Jack, Devious Maids, Gothic Horror

The East End

The East End has been the setting for many TV and Films over the years. Most concentrate on the crime and deprivation that forms the backdrop for this area...

 Used Truly Victorian modified to add a peplum at the back. Victorian Era Dresses, Victorian Costume, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses, Dinner Gowns, 18th Century Costume, Bustle Dress

1883 dinner gown, progress shot. Used Truly Victorian TV462, modified to add a peplum at the back. Overskirt is TV326, the Hermione overskirt, hitched up a bit in the front to more closely match the transition to the late bustle period. Foundation skirt is taken from Janet Arnold, with miles and miles and miles of lace basted onto it.