More erotic steampunk to get your pistols pumping and your expansion valves venting as Isabelle escapes a mean old boiler at an orphanage by marrying a man she meets down a drycleaner's on the verge of an automated upgrade.
Almost instantly all their clothes fall off, but - as Kenny Everett's Cupid Stunt use to wail while flinging her legs crossed in flagrantly faux modesty - "I'm telling you the plot!"
Although, in this instance, no. For there are far more Machiavellian forces at work in this dawn of the machine age, most of them involving money and one of them the military, as George falls foul of an industrial accident, thence a ruthless old opportunist prepared to pay off George and Isabelle's crippling medical costs in exchange for... But that would be telling you the plot.
Fortunately Pricilla and fellow inventor Robert from CHESTER 5000 XYV BOOK 1 are on hand, along with their loving automaton Chester, and some early drunken fumblings suggest that equal-opportunities action may not be far behind.
At 180 pages this second silent saga is far more substantial than CHESTER 5000 XYV BOOK 1 whose review is one long, lewd punathon. I'll only end up repeating myself if I go any further, but bravo for feminist, non-discriminatory sex without shame, for more of which - and a big heart of gold - I recommend Jade Sarson's FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, MARIE!
Soft, tender but ever so certainly not safe for work.