The Gunfighter and The Gear-Head

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Sky-captain Gieo and her fleet of steam-powered dirigibles are humanity’s best chance to turn the tide of the war against the alien invaders, but only if Fiona can protect her from blind cultists, jealous ex-girlfriends, and a town of apocalypse cowboys with suspect sanity. More

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About Cassandra Duffy

Cassandra Duffy spent most of her childhood being precocious, which stopped being entertaining or impressive when she grew into an adult, at which point she had to start being precious. After being an outcast child prodigy it was no surprise when she graduated from one of the many fine University of California schools a year early to follow her girlfriend in a cross country move.

She writes a free-lance sex advice column found in various lesbian magazines and dating websites. Her short story collections and novels can be found on her website at

Two of her greatest prides are being a true California girl and author of some truly naughty things. She is a dutiful partially-Asian daughter who is beloved by her fairly traditional Korean father who thinks having a gay daughter is just fine as long as she keeps playing coed flag football. She is a stereotypical younger sister, and an adoring aunt of a hilarious little boy. Being a modern techno-freak, gamer-girl, she spent most of her childhood dreaming of being a video game designer, but changed her mind and brought her dreams of world building and story-weaving to writing unique romance novels.

Cassandra is a gleefully monogamous girlfriend to an earthbound goddess who was once her high school bully, but has done a magnificent job of making up for all the school girl nastiness ever since. When she isn’t being an avid fang girl (vampire fan girl) or tormenting people in online gaming, she lives and writes in Winter Park, Florida with her partner and soul mate Nichole and their two cats: Dragon and Josephine.

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Review by: Good Lesbian Books on Feb. 04, 2012 :
An awesome book - sex, violence and dystopian cowboys versus aliens all included.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)

Review by: Quinne Darkover on Oct. 11, 2011 :
I am not a pro reviewer and suck at drawing parallels to other books and such so be warned I am just an ordinary reader. No spoilers.
I really liked this book. The characters were well developed and even the characters that did not have a large part, I still visualized and wished they had had a bigger role. The aliens were the driving reason for the actions of the characters yet they were not the main character. This is about the people affected by the aliens and their actions. ( the aliens do make appearances ).
The book is a standalone but it does leave plenty of room for part 2 which I do hope will come in the future.
Very well done, very fluid and a great read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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