Another enjoyable collection from Book View Café, though I'm not sure if it's better than the first one or I've just gotten more comfortable with ebooks since then. Either way, the Kindle itself (device and apps) has definitely improved over that period.
There's not a dud in the mix, though a few of the opening stories felt a bit more Victorian than I like, and the closing tale's cheeky tone was a bit out of sync with the rest. My favorites were definitely Pati Nagle's "Clare de Lune," which made me want a series of Marie LaVeau novels and movies in this setting ASAP; Sue Lange's "Shadow of Kilimanjaro," which does the best job of connecting the underlying Byron/Lovelace thread into a story that stands on its own merits; and C.L. Anderson's "Nuthin' but a Man," which completely caught me off-guard as the most character-driven story of the bunch, pushing the steampunk elements into the background to deliver a really engaging story with a satisfying twist.
Overall, another winner and definitely recommended, and I still want to own both of these anthologies in print!