Five complete book-length works of steamy steampunk from Circlet Press! Available only until February 15th, 2016 in this bundle!
A discreet brothel staffed by robots. A theatre that enacts your most secret fantasies. A mad scientist whose machines are powered by human arousal. A team of secret agents on a mission to the steam-shrouded jungles of Venus.Each of the stylish, sexy, and surprising books here takes Victorian science fiction to deliciously steamy new places!
The House of Sable Locks by Elizabeth Schechter
Young William Sotherby, journeyman artificer and heir to a dukedom, learns to submit to the brass-and-steel attentions of the Succubus, the intelligence at the heart of the House’s automata.
The Innocent’s Progress by Peter Tupper
Sex is ritualized, marriage is sacred, and the slightest misstep can bring your world tumbling down. In an unnamed place, in a time that never was, sex is elevated as high as ritual, and can be had for the price of a theater ticket.
The Erotofluidic Age by Vinnie Tesla
Terminandoes roam the countryside, subjecting citizens to public sexual testing. Those with the proper talents are enlisted for compulsory service where their arousal will be drawn on to power the machinery of the Erotofluidic Age.
1901: A Steam Odyssey by Lionel Bramble
A playful interplanetary romp, full of corsets, tattoos, and the occasional tentacle monster, and bristling with sly references to the pulp literature of the 19th century.
Like a Wisp of Steam edited by J. Blackmore
Where it all started: Circlet’s first anthology of erotic Steampunk short stories, including stories by Thomas S. Roche, Peter Tupper, Jason Rubis, Kaysee Renee Robichaud, and Vanessa Vaughn.
House of Sable Locks
"A powerful, sexy exploration of slavery, submission, and humanity from an author who wields both plot and prose with accuracy and total confidence."—BDSM Book Reviews
"Elizabeth Schechter fuses diverse genres with such artful subtlety that we barely notice the genius at work before our eyes. Steampunk, erotica, fairytale romance, horror, sci-fi; Schechter does it all so deftly, blends it all so seamlessly, we are left wondering by what weird and wonderful magic such stories are created. "—Big Brain Erotica
The Innocent’s Progress
“Unabashedly badass, and viscerally satisfying. I wish I had written it.”—Amanda Gannon, Adventurotica
“I simply adored this book. It was written with seamless transitions, was fast paced, yet still had the feel of a truly Victorian work of fiction blended with all those lovely little anachronistic details we Steampunks look to see in our literature. I plan to add more of Mr. Tuppers work to my collection in the near future, and I suggest you do the same!”—Talloolah Love, Steampunk Chronicle
“When the characters engage in sex, love-making, or fucking, it’s steamy reading, all puns intended...Tupper’s a damn smart writer, and anyone who dismisses The Innocent’s Progress as just erotica might say The Dark Knight is just a comic book movie.”—Steampunk Scholar
“Peter Tupper’s story…is quite simply the best erotica I’ve ever read.”—Graydancer, author of Nawashi
The Erotofluidic Age
"Utterly perverse…This is really one of the best erotic books I have ever read--it's funny, engaging, the characters are well-drawn, and the wide variety of sexy times are really, really, really hot."—Natalie Luhrs, pretty-terrible.com
"A great merry romp of steampunk-era erotic mad science… It takes a deft touch to blend comedy, pornography and science fiction like this."—Iago Faustus, Eroticmadscience.com
1901: A Steam Odyssey
“The story is infused with such glee and charm...Not only is the premise fresh, but it is superbly executed. There isn’t a false step anywhere. Inventive, imaginative, saucy, naughty; 1901: A Steam Odyssey is all that and more.”—Kathleeen Bradean, Erotica Revealed
"[An] enormously entertaining debut novel."—Cynthia Ward, Ambling Along the Aqueduct