December 14, 2010
Romance, Romantic Elements, Science Fiction, Red Hot, Erotica
Born to freedom. Molded into submission. Pleasure is her only weapon.

Humanotica, Book 1

No matter what the law decrees, Entreus is no one’s chattel. And he’s determined that no other humanotic—part human, part robot—spends one more second under the stranglehold of the power-mad government machine. That means doing whatever it takes to advance the cause for freedom. Even seduce a government minister’s favorite toy, a newly minted trinex named Silver.

Silver was a free woman until she committed the ultimate sin—pretending to be male to gain entrance to an exclusive science academy. Her punishment: modification. Now she is equal parts female, male and machine. The property of the secretive, charismatic Lel Kesselbaum, whose appetites push her new sexual abilities to heights of pleasure that make her wonder who is master, who is slave.

Until Entreus bargains his body in exchange for a secret meeting that rekindles her longing for freedom. Yet helping the fiery revolutionary execute his plan isn’t so simple, especially when she discovers her master’s secret—a secret that leaves her heart torn between two men. And one step in the wrong direction could mean death for them all.
Product Warnings
Contains wickedly inventive sexual situations and language, including not-so-ordinary body modification and same-sex scenes with BDSM elements. And a most unusual application of decorative silver. Please step away if your taste doesn’t run toward the exotic.
Sabine H -
Silver is a story that is riveting and at times disturbing, yet utterly fascinating. It melds gender and erotica together in one sensual story. Ms. Abriel has created a world in which gender is fluid and in which freedom can be taken away as easily as it was given. Silver starts as a female and yet she ends up being modified. It is this very modification that melds the erotica with gender and makes this such an interesting and powerful story of how mankind treats humans and how freedom is something that is to be prized and fought for. The sexual relationship that Silver and Lel have is extremely erotic and sensual – one of master and slave, but there are times when the lines blur and you wonder who is the master and who is the slave. Lel is another unknown. He has many secrets – his reasons for creating Silver, his ultimate goals in this strange, dangerous but yet intriguing society. Adding Entreus to the mix adds danger and more sexuality and desire. It is hard to adequately find the words to describe the world and the characters that inhabit the world of Silver, and equally difficult to explain the characters and story line without revealing too much that needs to be read and digested and mulled over by the reader themselves. This is a great start to a new series and Darcy Abriel is definitely an up and coming author to take note of!
Janette R -
Started out well, but the author lost her way toward the middled and it ended up a disappointing read.
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