The list author says: "I was so awed by Meljean Brook's Iron Duke and her alternate Victorian London steampunk world that I went looking for more in this genre, and asked for recommendations on the Paranormal Romance Forum (it's where I virtually hang out on Amazon:) - thanks to Shannon C., Dana S., Amy Lane, N.R Boremeo, S Youmans, N Lee, Magdelen77, Kari, Zeek and everyone else who's posted since.
Here's the link to that thread http://www.amazon.com/tag/paranormal%20romance/forum/ref=cm_cd_tfp_ef_tft_tp?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx2BDELE76KKFOT&cdThread=Tx3DKOHQBEPJRPW&displayType=tagsDetail
Some of these are also from Meljean Brook's Steampunk week on her blog http://meljeanbrook.com/blog/archives/4228 http://meljeanbrook.com/blog/archives/4234 http://meljeanbrook.com/blog/archives/4208 http://meljeanbrook.com/blog/archives/4320 http://meljeanbrook.com/blog/archives/4336
I thought I'd keep track of the suggestion here - for my shopping convenience (and yours) - Some of these I've added purely based on the title so I can't vouch for sensuality level (personally I tend to prefer steamy by not true erotica) and from the ones I've read so far it looks like erotic romance writers (I am guessing due to the quicker turnaround at small publishing houses) are leading the pack in this new twist on the genre so be forewarned.
And there was an additional forum thread rec for Wicked Gentlemen which I didn't include, because I am not a MM fan, but if it's your cuppa tea, several people really liked it.
One last note, most all of these have Kindle incarnations too."
"This is a really mixed anthology as far as genres go, but has the prequel to Meljean Brooks Iron Seas series, "Here there be Monsters" which works just fine as a standalone - though I enjoyed it even more after reading the Iron Duke."
"This collection gets off to a slow start and I was a bit disappointed in the first few stories that the steampunk was mostly incidental. But once the the boiler was finally stoked, it was full steam ahead - or at least enough steam to keep things rolling along. ."
"Another from Brook's steampunk week, a New York cop is pulled into an alternate past. Steamside Chronicles was a little bit of a lot of things: a bit of 'time travel', a bit of steampunk, and a bit of romance."
"I love the little Warning blurb that Samhain puts on all of their books "This book contains airships, mechanical owls, women who are good with tools, men in and out of uniform, steam generated by engines and people, and some hot carriage scenes.", I had to download a sample to my kindle based on the warning alone"
"Assasin Spy with a corset to die for (contains all manner of deadly gadgets), I enjoyed the story, detailed steampunk world and the characters even though this Ellora's cave release was a bit erotic for my tastes"
"The story does take its time to get rolling, but it was interesting and I just really liked the way that the steampunk, with a goodly helping of magically inhanced devices, the old west, magic and a touch of horrific 'Strange' was blended to create the world and its inhabitants."
"This one is right up there with Brooks Irons Seas for me for world building that is woven into the fabric of the story. This also gets xtra points for the excellent melding of steamy paranormal romance with the steampunky goodness."