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Character of the Month (August ’20) | Audrey Rose Wadsworth

Note: This post contains spoilers from the Stalking Jack the Ripper Series.

This month’s character was quite easy to choose, having been tempted to reread the series all month, except my TBR pile was looming over me to complete. This character is one that has been a long time coming and I’m so excited to finally have an excuse to discuss them.

Audrey Rose Wadsworth | Stalking Jack the Ripper Series

d9f7f9c51bcdcfbde1f2d08df7022fdaThe Stalking Jack the Ripper series has been one of my all-time favourite series since the release of the first instalment, the characters residing within a piece of my heart shortly after. It’s no secret to this blog that Audrey Rose and co. are some of my favourite characters ever written, and it was about time I finally delved into exactly why I adore them so much. It was only fair that Wadsworth would be the first.

Audrey Rose Wadsworth is an impeccable character, glowing through the pages of her series and holding the reigns from start to finish. She’s fearless, determined and extremely ambitious, especially considering she’s living in 1800’s Britain. She doesn’t care for classes or gender boundaries or anything of that matter, caring only to follow her heart and seek answers for the questions gathering around her. She makes an absolutely brilliant protagonist, giving the readers exactly what they want and need; the answers to the questions the story provides and someone admirable to be inspired by. Everyone deserves to have a little Audrey Rose within them, spurring them on to achieve what they set out to do with no remorse.
Aside from her charming and broad personality, Audrey Rose also has a brilliant relationship with her work and life partner, Thomas Cresswell. The pair bounce off one another, sharing charming anecdotes and comebacks to one another’s jests and I absolutely adored reading about them. I couldn’t get enough of their charming ways, and I loved every moment I spent in their world. There’s very little novels out there that can provide what this series does, and provide it to this level.


Who is Audrey Rose Wadsworth?

  • More commonly known as Audrey Rose or Wadsworth, and is the protagonist and main point of view of the Stalking Jack the Ripper series.
  • Very ambitious, has dreams of becoming a forensic pathologist.
  • In a relationship with Thomas Cresswell, a fellow student.
  • 17 years old, from London, England in 1800s.
  • Attended the Academy of Forensic Medicine and Science, located at Vlad the Impaler’s castle.
  • A progressive woman who strives to show that women can be just as strong as men. She’s highly determined and always eager to discover the answers.
  • She does not want anyone (especially any male) to decide for her or make choices on her behalf, after experiencing the lack of freedom from her hypochondriac and paranoid father.
  • Described as having black hair from her mother, and green eyes. She often wears her Mother’s ring and necklace in memory of her.

Audrey Rose Aesthetic


Favourite Quotes

“I was determined to be both pretty and fierce, as Mother had said I could be. Just because I was interested in a man’s job didn’t mean I had to give up being girly. Who defined those roles anyhow? 
Stalking Jack the Ripper 

“Pretend I am as capable as a man? Please, sir, do not value me so little!”
Stalking Jack the Ripper

“Mr. Thomas Cresswell might not truly old the title of prince, but he was perfectly fine. To me, he’d always be the king of my heart.” 
Hunting Prince Dracula

“About that… what in the name of the queen possessed you to run off with a man you scarcely know? I hope he didn’t spin you a story too good to be believable.”
“Most stories are too good to be true. That’s what makes them enchanting.”
“And dangerous,” I muttered.”
Escaping from Houdini

“Everyone deserved to live freely and in honour of themselves. A basic right should not be a luxury.”
Escaping from Houdini


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