Overview

“Riskwear” is a tale of love, engineering, and exhibitionism.

Frank invented a fabric that can become any material. Marta developed software that turns it into any garment. While attending the fashion show where the fruits of their labor are unveiled, they discover two things. First, her desires mesh perfectly with his dominant nature, and the clothes they have made are the perfect toy for living out their fantasies. Second, their system has ...
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Riskwear

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Overview

“Riskwear” is a tale of love, engineering, and exhibitionism.

Frank invented a fabric that can become any material. Marta developed software that turns it into any garment. While attending the fashion show where the fruits of their labor are unveiled, they discover two things. First, her desires mesh perfectly with his dominant nature, and the clothes they have made are the perfect toy for living out their fantasies. Second, their system has a disastrous flaw.

Working together to fix the bug transforms their invention from a plaything of the elite into something far more exciting, and their relationship switches from simple compatibility into something that carries a risk for them both.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013148338
  • Publisher: Logical-Lust Publications
  • Publication date: 7/28/2011
  • Series: Tales of Love and Engineering , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 975 KB

Meet the Author

A few years ago Nobilis Reed decided to start sharing the naughty little stories he scribbled out in hidden notebooks. To his surprise, people actually liked them! Now, he can’t stop. The poor man is addicted. His wife, teenage children, and even the cats just look on this wretch of a man, hunched over his computer and shake their heads. Clearly, there is no hope for him. The best that can be hoped for is to just make him as comfortable as his condition will allow. Symptoms of his condition include The Orgone Chronicles far-future science fiction novels, the Tales of Love and Engineering Series near-future romance novellas, and the longest-running erotica podcast in history. His website can be found at www.nobiliserotica.com.
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