The Velderet

The Velderet

Cecilia Tan / May 24, 2019

The Velderet Roommates Kobi and Merin have a problem They live in a carefree utopian society where oppression and inequality have been eradicated everyone has a say in the government and everyone has plenty of

  • Title: The Velderet
  • Author: Cecilia Tan
  • ISBN: 9781885865274
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • Roommates Kobi and Merin have a problem They live in a carefree, utopian society where oppression and inequality have been eradicated, everyone has a say in the government, and everyone has plenty of food, clothing, and sex The problem Kobi and Merin harbor secret taboo desires, fantasizing about slavery and sexual domination Through their computer networks, they beginRoommates Kobi and Merin have a problem They live in a carefree, utopian society where oppression and inequality have been eradicated, everyone has a say in the government, and everyone has plenty of food, clothing, and sex The problem Kobi and Merin harbor secret taboo desires, fantasizing about slavery and sexual domination Through their computer networks, they begin to seek out others who share their desires But when their society opens diplomacy and trade with a war like, domineering culture, suppressed desires burst forth Is it the end of the world as they know it First published as a chapter by chapter serial in the magazine Taste of Latex, The Velderet left many readers unsatisfied when the magazine folded after only six chapters had appeared After email entreaties from readers to finish the story, author Tan has brought the tale to a thrilling finish with six never before seen chapters.

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    About "Cecilia Tan"

      • Cecilia Tan

        Susie Bright says, Cecilia Tan is simply one of the most important writers, editors, and innovators in contemporary American erotic literature Since the publication of Telepaths Don t Need Safewords in 1992, she has been on the cutting edge of the erotic form, often combining elements of fantasy and science fiction in her work She is also founder and editor of Circlet Press RT Book Reviews awarded her Career Achievement in Erotic Romance in 2015 and her novel Slow Surrender Hachette Forever, 2013 won the RT Reviewers Choice Award and the Maggie Award for Excellence from GRW in 2013 She has been publishing Daron s Guitar Chronicles as a web serial since 2009 and her Secrets of a Rock Star series Taking the Lead, Wild Licks, Hard Rhythm is published by Hachette Forever In 2018 Tor Books will launch her urban fantasy paranormal series, The Vanished Chronicles In her other life, Cecilia is also the editor of the Baseball Research Journal and publications director for SABR, the Society for American Baseball Research.


    925 Comments

    1. I was expecting this novel to be like erotica I have read in the past - entertaining, but shallow and raunchy. Instead, I was pleasantly surprised that while The Velderet was definitely sexy, it was also intellectual and thought-provoking. The story was one of passion, humanity and understanding. It explored how we view sex and pushed the boundaries, giving you sex scenes that not only made you hot, but also made you think. This is definitely a book any fan of erotica should check out. It has an [...]


    2. The concept of cyber-sex in this one was really intriguing. Some hot sex, a lot of plot. Likeable characters. A little slow or disjointed or something.



    3. I love both SciFi and romance. In my experience, when these two generas meet, the results are either really good or really bad. I've read others books that fall into this category that I enjoyed more, but this was pretty decent and I'm glad I stumbled upon it while browsing .Pros: interesting plot that smoothly brought together the genera of SciFi and eroticaCons: flow was a little off, characters not well developed, over the top ending, felt rushed and unrealistic.


    4. I read this years ago and have to admit it was the inspiration for me to write Mistress Kitty and Trent the way I did. Stories all tied together. It's been awhile since I've read this book but it was also one of my earliest memories of science fiction erotica, before I realized I could even WRITE in that genre.Good job C-tan


    5. Erotic science fiction, concerning an alien race where BDSM is an accepted part of the culture. What I liked best is that everything was voluntary. That allowed me to enjoy the hot sex without the disgust I felt for novels where it wasn't (e.g, Capturing Beauty by Anne Rice). This is both good science fiction and good erotica--a truly rare combination.


    6. While I thought the book got off to a slow start, once it got going it was difficult to put down (in fact, I ended up finishing it at 4:00 a.m.). The premise was actually quite brilliant, juxtaposing the politics of utopia with BDSM. It brought to mind such classics as Brave New World and 1984 (but with really imaginative sex).




    7. one of the first S/m novels I read, borrowed from one of my best friends. All these years later, it still stands up as one of, if not THE, best I've read.


    8. read it for the story and not the sex. The plot's pretty good, the sex is not really all that steamy. Or perhaps I've read too much erotica and it now takes a lot to really raise my eyebrows anymore




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