Incarnation is the retelling of Bram Stoker’s Dracula with a twist. I wasn’t sure what to expect from it, but I was pleasantly surprised and enjoyed the variation on the famous story. I was initially attracted to the Victorian Steampunk elements of the book; and although they were there they really didn’t add much to the story. The main draw for Incarnation is the plot which combines Stoker and Arthurian legend into a unique plot line. There is a bit of romance (I wanted more), a lot of intrigue (no one is who they say they are) and espionage (Protector Intrigue). It felt like this book would be the first in a series, but since I can’t find a website for the author since Emma Cornwall is a pseudonym of a New York Times bestselling author, I’m unable to determine that. I’m hoping there is a sequel since I would really like to read more about Marco’s werewolf brother Nicholas. Overall a decent read especially for legend and history buffs that like the paranormal thrown in.