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I hope you enjoy the introduction to my steampunk world in The Hunter and look forward to seeing more of it in The Slayer, coming out April Book Whispers: Again big thanks to Theresa Myers to take the time for an interview! Definitely starting to see the appeal of Steampunk! After all the hats are amazing! They're the Chosen—Winchester, Remington and Colt—brothers trained to hunt down supernatural beings using the latest steam-powered gadgetry.
It's a hard legacy to shoulder, and it's about to get a lot more dangerous Colt Jackson has gotten his name on many a wanted poster with success in the family business: hunting supernaturals across the frontier. Lately, though, there's a sulfur stink in the wind and the Darkin population is exploding.
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A rift in the worlds is appearing. To close it, Colt will have to do the unthinkable and work with a demon to pass arcane boundaries no human alone can cross. Except when he summons his demon, he doesn't get some horned monstrosity: he gets a curvy redheaded succubus named Lilly, who's willing to make a bargain to become human again. He also gets Lilly's secret expertise on the machinations on the dark side of the rift. And her charm and cleverness help to get them out of what his silver-loaded pistol and mechanical horse can't. Of course, when all hell breaks loose, he might have to sacrifice his soul.
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Feb 02, Toni U. This was my first experience in reading Steampunk, so here goes These are all very short stories. Some I would love to see extended into full stories so that the characters and plot could be more developed.
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The Innocent's Progress by Peter Tupper. Lots of play acting, but no actual intercourse It was ok. I've only done a little research as to what Steampunk was so the first story while not bad, didn't fit into what I imagine Steampunk is. Maybe more look ups are needed for what classifies this This was my first experience in reading Steampunk, so here goes Maybe more look ups are needed for what classifies this as such, just for my own curiousity.
My guess would be the openness and freedom of everyone when it comes to expressing sexuality? The Extempore Romance by Jason Rubis. This is one I would love to be able to come back and read an extended, full story with the characters more developed and plot so that I could get more emotionally involved in the story as it plays out. Historical Friction by Thomas S Roche. Well, I'm confused as to why this patient had to go to this doctor in the first place In the Flask by Vanessa Vaughn.
But, it was alright. Again would like to read a longer, meater version and I mean that literally and figuratively View 1 comment. Mar 05, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: anthology , steampunk.
Like a Wisp of Steam is steampunk erotica, five short stories trying to fill in the gap where few have dared to tread before. An introduction by J Blackmore points out that the corsets and air of rebellion involved in steampunk lend themselves well to high-spirited and sexy adventure, and it's really a wonder there aren't more stories of clockwork sexual aids roaming around.
Peter Tupper's The Innocent's Progress starts off the anthology with the tale of an acting troupe who not only performs ero Like a Wisp of Steam is steampunk erotica, five short stories trying to fill in the gap where few have dared to tread before. Peter Tupper's The Innocent's Progress starts off the anthology with the tale of an acting troupe who not only performs erotic shows of seduction in its many forms, but takes assignations from clients after the final curtain to extend those roles in private.
The newest actress, Miss Alwyx, is having a hard time finding her niche in spite of her talents, but jaded theatre professional Ricar has a few suggestions. The strength in this story comes, unexpectedly, from the shy and demure miss Alwyx, who is unwilling to be defined by the expectations of others.
The whole thing is told from the perspective of Ricar and has a surprising amount of depth for such a short story, with the hints of the history that has shaped Ricar into who and what he is now. This is more alternate history than steampunk, with a very light dusting of BDSM.
Jason Rubis's An Extempore Romance is nominally the story of fantasy author Amelia Lessington, but most of the focus is on the chimeras surrounding her, some created to be based on the fanciful creatures in her stories, and some for more, uh, practical reasons. This is essentially a light romp with naughty not-quite-robots in various forms without the peskiness of having to deal with plot or character development.
Charles Dodgson Lewis Carroll also makes an appearance as the shy and stuttering daguerrographer. Thomas S Roche's Hysterical Friction is a clever story about an unhappy young woman taken to a doctor and his very enthusiastic assistant to treat her for her hysteria. That the story is based in historical fact makes it all the more fun. What sounds absurd and far-fetched to modern sensibilities is actually the most realistic part of the anthology.
The characterizations add to the sense of humour Hysterical Friction has about itself, and the bicycle-powered vibrator is worth the read alone. Vanessa Vaughn's In the Flask features a scientist and his young assistant who must fight their mutual attraction for the sake of Victorian propriety. Until, that is, an experiment gone awry gives them an unexpected opportunity to do as they will without shame or blame.
The experiment in question is, ironically, supposed to help repress sexual desires, not such a stretch as a motivation for pseudo-Victorian gentlemen. Spanking involved. Kaysee Renee Robichaud's Steam and Iron, Musk and Flesh follows Trista, a brilliant engineer whose passions have a habit of creating trouble for her.
Hired to maintain the steam-powered clockwork for a travelling show, Trista runs afoul of some ambitious bank robbers who intend to use the giant clockwork robot for their own purposes. This is by far the most "steampunk" of the stories, and covers everything from disastrous flying adventures Trista is rather distracted by her companion to shoot-outs and mechanical men with plenty of time left over to explore Trista's lesbian relationships.
An acceptable set of stories, nothing special, some just barely fit into the the steampunk category. The last story is the most interesting. Overall the writing is uneven.
It would have been nicer with more stories. Apr 19, Florin Pitea rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.