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4.3  ·  Rating Details ·  10 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
“Riskwear” is a tale of love, engineering, and exhibitionism.

Frank invented a fabric that can become any material. Marta developed software that turns it into any garment. While attending the fashion show where the fruits of their labor are unveiled, they discover two things. First, her desires mesh perfectly with his dominant nature, and the clothes they have made are th
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Published July 28th 2011 by Logical-Lust Publications
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Janno Jones
Dec 29, 2012 Janno Jones rated it really liked it
Some good ideas here, and I enjoyed it, although the characters didn't grab me as much as I would have liked. I'm a sucker for characterization; I care more about characters than plot. That said, I did enjoy the premise -- of a high-tech line of clothing that can change its shape, color, and style instantly through software programmed into a controller device. The erotic element was all about exhibitionism, with a submissive female who got a thrill from having her lover strip her down to her sca ...more
Danielle Nelson
Dec 18, 2011 Danielle Nelson rated it it was amazing
By far my favorite of all of Nobilis's work. Meticulous details. Loved the geekiness of the plot. (Only Nobilis can make software bugs hot!)
Shanna Mann
It's always said that a proper science fiction novel requires whatever speculative change in society and technology for the book to work. So Riskwear works equally well as science fiction or erotic fiction. Nobilis does a good job of exploring the implications of the technology around which the story revolves without allowing it to dominate – on many occasions, I actually wished for more on the implications of such changing technology. But then, I am a huge sucker for context and so that may jus ...more
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Nobilis has been writing smut for years, but recently decided to see whether anyone else wanted to read it. To his surprise, people like it, so he keeps writing more. In between that and his day job, he does the father thing and steps over the cats.
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