Nameless (The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan #2) by Erin McCole Cupp
Born not in a past of corsets and bonnets but into a future of cloning and bioterror, could Jane Eyre survive? This Jane is an "unclaimed embryo," the living mistake of a reproductive rights center. Jane grows up and escapes to take a job as a homeschooler, but what can she do when she finds herself falling in love with the first man to treat her with kindness--her employer? Could a rich man of social regard ever love someone without even a name of her own?
Nameless is the second installment in The Memoirs of Jane E, Friendless Orphan, Erin McCole Cupp's dystopian/steampunk retelling of Jane Eyre. Here, Jane tries to acclimate to her new life of comfort and privilege as she works as a homeschooler for Kirti while trying to dampen her strange, unfamiliar feelings toward Thorne, her employer. Saying anything more would risk spoiling things for you, so let me just leave it at this: Nameless is thrilling and captivating. There's mystery and lovesickness and heartbreak and confusion aplenty. I sped through half this installment in less that one day. It serves as a great follow-up to Unclaimed and ends on a cliff-hanger you'll be eager to quickly satisfy by picking up Vanished.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.