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3.09  ·  Rating details ·  948 Ratings  ·  143 Reviews
In steampunk Victorian London, Lady Phoebe Hughes develops an herbal elixir, Viridis, unlike any other. London’s elite flock to her club to experience the euphoria and heightened senses the drink brings. Imagine an orgasm brought on by a single kiss. But when Lord Hawthorne is murdered after leaving her club, Phoebe is shocked to find that not only was he working for the S ...more
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Published September 1st 2011 by Daeron Press
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Apr 26, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: ebook
The REAL sinopsis:
Phoebe: I love you, Seth!
Seth: I love you too! Let's get married!
Phoebe: I cannot! I love you, but I do not trust you!
Seth: Please marry me, I cannot live without you!

*they drink Viridis and have sex*

Seth: Marry me!
Phoebe: Ok!
Vitor: Phoebe marry me!
Phoebe: I hate you, leave me alone.
Vitor: *hits Phoebe*
Seth: What happened?
Phoebe: I don't want to talk about it.
Seth: Tell me!
Phoebe: I don't want to marry you anymore.
Seth: Please, tell me who the bastard is!
Phoebe: It was Vitor.
Nov 28, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: No one
Shelves: kindle, steam-punk
I started out really enjoying this book since it was my introduction to the genre.

But I got to a point where I realized that the main character was going to do something kind of predictable and very stupid. As I read on it was confirmed. I found it to be absolutely ridiculous that the author would choose to go the route of having the main character and letting herself be brutally raped. It was a major WTF moment for me. Considering that I already felt invested in this book I felt obliged to fin
Noran Miss Pumkin
I was a good girl i was, and Saint Nicholas left me a Nook Tablet in my shoes Dec. 6th! Actually in the handmade tablet holder of felt from Wales I bought myself as ahint to my St. Nick!!!

I was shocked and awed by the tablet-not fast enough to flip my free manga pages, but coolth none the less.

No, I am not giving up on REAL books-just cruising for freebies, and out=of-pront classics on the web. Also a game or 12 apps is bonus too!

This is my first Nook book. It has alternating chapters really=one
Oct 12, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: steampunk, romance
70 % done.. And I'm through with Viridis. This book is just not working for me.

The thing is, this isn't even a bad book. I'm still giving this three stars because it shows so much promise, and it had the potential to be totally awesome. And it was. Until the romance started dominating the story.

I really liked the first part. We get introduced to a steampunkish Victorian London with lots of cool machines they call "tinkerings". Phoebe is the owner of the exclusive club Viridis and the inventor of
Ashley Hill
May 16, 2012 rated it did not like it
I hated what I read of this book. I made it exactly 47% in when I realized that the male lead wasn't the killer, which was pretty much the only way that I thought his character was redeemable.

The writing wasn't bad; it was slightly purple in places, but it was a steampunk romance novel -- I'd be confused if it wasn't just a little purple. It had a strong opening. I looked forward to reading more about the inspector and less about the painful characters. Phoebe was supposed to be this bright, br
Mar 22, 2012 rated it did not like it
What a waste of time. I'm glad I didn't spend money on this. The book itself isn't that badly written, well from chapter 2 and on. The first chapter reads as if the author made a list of things that were steampunk and tried to fit as many of them as she could in. I believe she was trying to set the scene, but it just came across to me as tedious. The main character doesn't seem too bad at first, but as the story goes on she turns into the typical romance novel heroine. She might have been able t ...more
Mena Grazie
Oct 07, 2011 rated it really liked it
A fun and fast-paced read that is definitely for adult readers. To call this a romance is a tad misleading. Certainly there is a strong romantic component that is central to the story...and very steamy! It is not the entire story, however. The are also wonderful elements of mystery and political intrigue waiting between these covers.

It is these darker elements that make this book worth reading and thrust it out of the romance aisle into the hands of anyone who favors steampunk. This is also a u
Nov 07, 2011 rated it it was ok
1.5 stars, mostly because managed to get through it.

I don't really want to write a lengthy, snarky review, so I'll say this: unless you like alpha-bs from your heroes, and laughing at too stupid to breathe heroines, pass on this one. It's a shame too, because the Steampunk elements were actually quite nice and I thought the characters started out stronger than they ended.

Note, this book contains a rough but consensual sex scene and a loving but non -consensual sex scene. Which is with whom in
Nicol Legakis
Jan 20, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: steampunk
If you don't have anything nice to say.....

This book had much potential but strayed into graphic and misogynistic "love" scenes. The "heroine" was portrayed as feisty and brilliant but I found her annoying and stupid.

The "steampunk" and mystery aspects of this book were interesting but needed to be more thoroughly developed.
Apr 25, 2013 rated it really liked it
Ok. First let me second the author's note that is put in with the blurb. There are definitely "some scenes" that "are not suitable for those under 18." Just want to point that out before I go any further. (more on that in a sec) Second there are going to be a major spoiler in this review. That being said don't say I didn't warn you.

Alright, for the most part I really enjoyed this novel.

I loved the way the story was written. The author brought the combination of romance,steampunk, and mystery to
Dec 12, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: steampunk
In its fundamentals, VIRIDIS was a good book. It was well-written with relatively few typos or formatting errors, the plot was decent, and the characters were more or less likable. The problem, I think for me, was one of taste.

VIRIDIS is dark, and I don’t mean that in a blood and guts kind of way, but in a psychological, I-think-the-author-might-have-gone-slightly-off-the-deep-end kind of way. I’ve read a lot of dark books in the past - with S&M, blood, violence, psychopathic killers, and ev
May 30, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: nook, steampunk
Viridis is a steampunk romance/mystery centered around Phoebe, a woman who owns a nightclub that features her herbal creations- including a concoction that stimulates your senses. A young nobleman is found dead and being a regular at Viridis, everything seems to indicate that somehow the motive for his death involves Phoebe...

I really wanted to like this. Honestly. I'm a fan of steampunk, and while Taylor's story itself is excellent- I had an extremely hard time connecting with the two main char
Caedy  Eries
Apr 16, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Steampunk, Victorian Era, Romance/Erotica readers.
Title: Viridis
Author: Calista Taylor
Rating: 5/5

Summary: Lady Phoebe Hughes, developer of the herbal Viridis and owner of a club becomes the center of attention when Lord Hawthorne is murdered after leaving her establishment. Her beloved, Mr. Seth Elliott – a brilliant tinkerer, returns from his post in the Outlands, and that causes a stir. Beneath a back drop of revolution, conspiracy and murder Phoebe must struggle to free her love and find her happiness again.

Review: Lady Phoebe Hughes has cre
For a free book, it was good enough. You can tell the author has talent, and I think she may come up with something pretty cool in the future.

The plot was good, but there were just too many things going on at one time. The romance between Phoebe and Seth, the side tension because of Gavin, the creepy stalker Victor, the theft of the formula, a revolution in the planning (which kinda seemed to be a dropped story line toward the middle of the book?), the SS and it's possible involvement in a murd
Robin Shreeves
Jun 20, 2012 rated it liked it
In an attempt to broaden the genres that I read, I downloaded this to my Kindle because it was free. I wasn't familiar with Steampunk before this, but after reading Viridis, I really like the idea of the genre. (Can't say I actually like the genre yet as Taylor's books are the only that I've read in it). I don't read a lot of romance so this was very different for me.

The writing is decent, but not excellent. The main characters, however, are very likable. The protagonist Phoebe is strong and ind
Nov 24, 2012 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I had to rate the book 1 star because of an unnecessary rape scene. I think any author, should have a warning for triggers like that... just in case. Even if a rape scene does not get graphic and is used for a good purpose, there should be a warning.

But it also got a poor rating for it's ending. I loved the first 2/3 of the book, but something changes... the characters do things they wouldn't have done (agreed to rape, etc.) and the "twist" ending is not a twist and is stupid. The end just start
Aug 04, 2013 rated it did not like it
Shelves: will-not-finish
Gross! I have broken off reading this book and will not finish it. As a steampunk and mystery reader who also likes some light romance novels, I thought this would be a fun read. I was absolutely wrong. While it starts out just fine, the storyline and characters offer little to interest the reader. This is not the reason why I label the book gross and give it one star (indicating that it is one of the worst I've read), however.

(view spoiler)
Jean Oram
Sep 11, 2011 rated it really liked it
Phoebe rocks. She's a feisty little Victorian who loves science and tinkering with steam powered contraptions. In an era of keeping women in their place and following the social norms of the time, she flaunts conventions with a style, flair, and energy that will have you rooting for her.

Phoebe creates an elixir that puts her and her tinkerer lover in the sights of the other side of London's steampunk world's revolution. Will she and her man survive or will they have to give up the one thing they
ReadingDiva Book Reviews
Nov 08, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance, steampunk
Viridis is my first steampunk read, and I couldn’t have chosen a better book. Viridis is a great introduction to this amazing genre. Viridis is well written, fast pace and entertaining. I enjoyed how inventive, smart and witty the characters were. The author creates a fantastic combination between the old era and modern technology. The characters were emotional, smart and strong. The main character, Lady Phoebe isn’t your typical frail and weak woman of the old era. She is strong, smart, and has ...more
Feb 25, 2012 rated it really liked it
This book is quite possibly the best fiction novel I've ever read. It's a simmering brew of steam-punk, chick lit, mystery, sex and conspiracy.

The title is after a drink created by the main character and served to the high-end clients in her social parlor, and the plotline follows a series of vaguely Sherlock Holmesey murders throughout the streets of London while incorporating a rather mature romantic relationship between the main character and her intrigue.

A hundred million stars.

Note: Very
Mia Darien
Sep 23, 2011 rated it liked it
It was hard to choose an accurate rating for this book, because I enjoyed a lot about it but it's Main Character (Phoebe) was a struggle for me. What bothered me may not bother others, however, so I had to rate it midline for how crazy Phoebe drove me but I really enjoyed the author's writing, the world she created and the secondary sympathetic characters. So for someone looking for steampunk, I would recommend they give this a try.
I really wanted to like this. The plot sounds very interesting and original, great ideas abound. However although the writing is ok the writing style is amateurish. Too much is explained too soon. It reads more like a first draft lacking finesse and sophistication.

A shame this would be brilliant written well.
Apr 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I found this book to be so captivating and interesting. It kept me hooked to the very end. There were so many twists in it that kept one on their toes. I loved it so much that I am now reading the sequel! Calista Taylor is a great writer.
Phoebe and Seth! Quote :)

"'I knew from the moment I set eyes on you. There could never be another. You, a ghaoil, are the air I breathe, the blood in my veins, my heart and my very soul. And soon, you will be my wife.'"
Jan 27, 2012 rated it did not like it
I couldn't even finish this book.
Oct 31, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Classic steampunk, hot and steamy with a herbal twist.
Nov 01, 2012 rated it liked it
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Laura Greenwood
Aug 14, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: august-2013, 2013
Review forthcoming on http://a-reader-lives-a-thousand-live...

Book 1 of the Viridis series. Late one night a body is found, and discovered to be that of a young Lord. Recently made an inspector, William sets out to solve the crime, introducing him to the club Viridis and its owner, Lady Phoebe Hughes. Phoebe and her only remaining family member, her brother Gabriel, run the club together, selling a herbal concoction of Phoebe's design which makes the sense more acute and increases desire, a pot
Aug 29, 2012 rated it liked it

Autore: Calista Taylor

Inedito in italiano

Trama: Londra. Una città governata dalla monarchia, ma in cui sta bruciando la voglia di rivoluzione. I poveri sono troppo poveri e nemmeno le invenzioni che pochi uomini geniali creano, bastano per mettere fine all’enorme divario tra ricchi e poveri, e alle enormi ingiustizie perpetrate ai loro danni.

Siamo sull’orlo di una sommossa di proporzioni importanti e i nostri protagonisti ne sono coinvolti, anche se, per ora, marginalmente.

La prot
Tom Russell
Feb 21, 2012 rated it liked it
Viridis is actually two tales woven together. In the first, Inspector William Thomas, a hard-bitten yet soft-hearted Scotland Yard Inspector, works to solve a high profile murder case. In the second, Lady Phoebe Hughes, the industrious and independent inventor of the titular elixir must decide how much of that hard won independence she is willing to give up to be with the man she loves. These two stories come become entwined with one another in a logical and satisfying manner. Unfortunately, for ...more
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