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The Science of Submission

3.77  ·  Rating details ·  13 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The destitute Lady Marjorie Hamilton is engaged to the talented scientist, Archibald Westerly. Archie has invented everything from knee-high robotics to the Time Trekker, a machine that will make time travel possible. Will one of Archibald's inventions restore the Hamilton family fortune?

Archibald's sponsor, Lord Stefan Cavendish, is as interested in the success of Archie
Kindle Edition, 122 pages
Published May 29th 2015 by Blushing Books
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Ruth Silver
Jun 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing
An interesting and delightful steampunk age-play novel with elements of suspense and romance. Victoria Winters offered a delightful twist at the end of this HEA novel that I didn't see coming. Fantastic writing, excellent story-telling, with likable characters. Plus just what you'd expect and more for hot sexy scenes. If you love science fiction or steampunk and are a fan of erotica, than this book is for you! Go download it now.
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Steampunk, spanking and kidnapping are all kinky fun elements to this story. Ms. Winters is a new to me author who writes a good ageplay story. Lady Marjorie Hamilton is forced by circumstances to find a man to marry, preferably, a man who will be wrapped around her little finger. This man is Archibald Westerly. He's a genius with electronics and with a high future earning potential. She's close to sealing the deal with a ring on her finger. The only issue is Archibald's sponsor, Lord Stefan Cav ...more
Jun 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
Sometimes you just want to read a fun book and this book fit the bill perfectly. (The operative word is fun/entertaining.) It has a little bit of everything going on. There was an abduction, age-play (nothing over the top), dom/sub theme, time travel, inventions, spankings, adventure, a bionic nanny, erotic moments and I am sure I am leaving out other delightful elements. The editing is spot on and the story kept me engaged; keeping a big smile on my face the whole time. Did I say the book is fu ...more
Kathy Heare Watts
I loved this Steampunk age-play story. From the dashing, dominate Lord Stefan Cavendish and his secret society. The destitute and beautiful Lady Marjorie Hamilton who had set her sights on a scientist, Archibald Westerly, whom she believes will be the ticket to save her family. Then the bionic Professor Katrinka who acts as Nanny Trinka with her unusual metal arm, leg and face-plate with rotating eye. Along with all the wild inventions and unusual items, makes this steam
As long as I kept my sense of disbelief firmly under wraps, this little story was rather fun. I enjoyed the supporting characters more than the main protagonists, and the background story far more than the central relationship. Archibald was great as the absent minded inventor, and the twist at the end was perfect.

Unfortunately, I just didn't care for either Stefan or Margorie. He is far too self absorbed and high handed, and she goes from manipulative to doormat. It just didn't work for me, but
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