Infernal Devices (All Steamed Up, #1)
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Infernal Devices (All Steamed Up #1)

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  43 ratings  ·  6 reviews
The Two Aces. Victorian London’s most salacious secret, the club is a place where erotic fantasies are played out among clockwork automatons and aether powered machines. Where nothing is off limits and the pleasures are as wicked as the imagination will allow...

Permilia Deering goes to The Two Aces looking for the sexual excitement that she knows she will not find with the...more
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Published (first published February 21st 2011)
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3.5-ish stars, maybe? I’ve read and liked an Armintrout book before. I really wanted to see what she would do with something steampunk flavored, so I read this. I wish it was an actual novel and not erotica. The potential for a good book was there, but there just wasn't enough depth to it. The storyline and the characters were interesting. But, instead of the scenes necessary to flush out the characters and plot, you get more sex. Of course, that’s probably to be expected from it being erotica....more
Oh I truly hate it when I dislike something one of my favourite authors has written, however although this book was short I just couldn't get I to it. It felt rushed and unfinished and the ending (marriage)was awkward and stilted. Although I appreciated the steam punk aspect I don't think a lot of thought when into the genre and having never read steampunk before I think a bit more could have been explained. (I had to google a fair bit of info which was annoying)
Pamela Craft Jenewein
A very intriguing steampunk premise. Permilia’s curiosity gets the best of her, gracefully endures the ‘indignity’ of her first experience in fetish club. The experience not only opened her eyes to the possibilities of real intimate pleasures, but broke through societal programming of propriety and plain human nature.

It’s a youthful, daring, thoroughly exciting story of doing what the body wants, while throwing all logic out with the trash. I know, cliché…The sex machines are quite imaginative...more
Delightful! Sweet and naughty and kinky and just so much fun to read! I discovered Ms. Armintrout through the 50 shades blogging controversy and I'm delighted that I did. I enjoy her snarky, sarcastic sense of humor, and the steampunk sex club double-life setting for this novella is no exception.

I look forward to continuing the series and discovering what else those naughty Sterling brothers have added to that club of theirs.
I def liked this one.
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Jenny Trout is a writer, blogger, and funny person.

Writing as Jennifer Armintrout, she made the USA Today Bestseller list with Blood Ties Book One: The Turning. Her novel American Vampire was named one of the top ten horror novels of 2011 by Booklist Magazine Online.

Jenny also writes award-winning erotic romance as Abigail Barnette.

When she’s not writing, she’s sleeping or otherwise incapacitated....more
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