Author: Josephine Ballowe, R.A. Sears, Rue Volley, Natalie Hancock, Skye Knizley, Hannah Nixin, Molly Hammerman, Eada Janes , Zoe Adams, Lexi Ostrow, Aurelia Fray, Andrea L. Straum, Jackie Mcmahon
Published: May 30, 2014
Publisher: Hot Ink Press
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
Vampires, scientists, demons, dirigibles, thieves, slave girls, airship captains, bounty hunters, lost loved ones, prim and proper ladies, saloon girls, and aliens. Within this compendium you shall find all of these things and more, to fuel your fantasies. These twelve molten erotic shorts to rev up your steam engine, along with three works of art by Jackie McMahon, are sure to make you spring a cog. Take a deep breath and get lost in the worlds of Les Vaporistes.
Cast the Mold by Andrea L. Straum: Even the best have their skills put to the test.
Clockwork City: Immortal Lovers by Natalie Hancock: Hunting Dark Immortals is dangerous. Falling in love with one is deadly.
A Love Token by Zoe Adams: Let them make love.
For the Love of Lexi by Eada Janes: When you love this much, there's nothing worth letting go.
Demon in Steam by Lexi Ostrow: In the London Underground, the Alliance of Silver and Steam is all that protects humans from demons.
Conjuring Pleasure by Hannah Nixin: Faced with many suitors, the best are often the ones we dream into being.
The Hunted Heart by Aurelia Fray: When hunting Magpie, Xan will have to either give up the woman he loves or run with her.
Blowing Off Steam by Molly Hammerman: It takes a professional to see that Captains blow off steam.
Clockwork Heart(Prelude) by R.A. Sears: Seth McDougal hasn't been around for a few months, but when he strolls in to the Timeless Tavern for his regular meal and drinks, his entire demeanor draws Zylphia in like never before.
Black Diamonds by Skye Knizley: There’s no such thing as circumstance to this thief. Enjoy the ride.
Airship X by Josephine Ballowe: Can cold Esme Sinclair be warmed by the touch of Claire Aston, and will their lust be enough to fuel this flight?
Paper Dolls by Rue Volley: When your only HOPE of survival is taking to the skies.
This review is for: Clockwork City: Immortal Lovers by Natalie Hancock
I received Clockwork City to give an honest review.
This was a short and decent read. I enjoyed how the main character was strong and didn't mind killing the demons. And how the story is set into the future but not quite how we expect it to be.
I liked how the author described her armor that kept her safe.
Now there is a sex scene within the story and I felt it to be a bit rushed. Being as she has been hunting this demon forever, and then bam he is there. Then is like sex just happens. I think the time frame between the Immortal and the demon needs to be addressed more. I actually had to ask the author about it. And she responded with the time frame of years passed has been 300-400 years. It didn't feel that way to me. I gave this book a 3 star rating being as I see a lot of potential with the story, and wonder if there would be more stories to come? Such as some novellas?