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Good Pussy Bad Pussy: Rachel's Tale Paperback – October 7, 2013
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Rachel's tale is all about how our bodies react physically to sex and delves into serious themes of consent as Rachel wonders why she enjoys some of her sexual encounters even though she didn't desire them. Is she free because she gives into her lusts? And if she is free, why does she feel so dirty? She struggles with good pussy, bad pussy, with being faithful and wanting to give into her desires. Sex drives us all, and as she searches for happiness and a life, she realizes she can't do that and not fall for her desires.Amy Aimee rights hot sex, from romantic to dubious consent BDSM. Rachel's mercurial passions are conveyed with skill, and romance fans will find a lot to sink their teeth in as they journey with Rachel to find what she's searching for.I give it 4 out 5 stars. It's very well written romance and if you're a fan of the genre, I'm sure you'll love it more than me (I do confess to being male). But the themes in this novel are well worth reading and reflecting on. I doubt there's a lot of romance out there that can make you reflect on the hold your desires have over you and the choices, often hasty and regrettable, you make while gripped by them. So check out Good Pussy, Bad Pussy! (James Reed Naugthy Ladies Publications Blog, August 2014)
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I can't even begin to tell what the hell is up with the main character... what is wrong with her head? Sounds like mental illness to me. Do you really want to read about a woman so selfish and mentally ill, one that is so poorly written? Spare yourself the trouble! Yikes!
This is a sensual story of a woman's quest to find her own way in the world. I recommend Good Pussy Bad Pussy.
First the author:
The story is varied and kept me reading. There were parts that could have been explored, such as backstory of her marriage. I felt bad for the husband through the first half of the book, because all that was said was that he was cold and boring. Then later it says she fears him, but no explanation as to why. The husband is concerned about her and expects her to rest and cares for the child--that does not sound scary. He does show negative characteristics later, but I think that was more hurt and frustration.
The book starts out as a narration, rather than showing us the action and dialogue, but changes later which improved it as it went along. I would have liked more information on the relationship with Stefan: how did they meet? How close were they and for how long? For a time, this book seemed to be about a Dominant/submissive couple, then we find out that Stephan is submissive to Albert. In true D/s relationships, she would be protected and cared for, and certainly not turned over into a situation where she would suffer mental trauma--so that threw that dynamic awry. The character was incredibly selfish, even when her father died, she was only concerned with herself. Then the focus changed from D/s to more of a drama/romance. At one point I felt as though I was reading a public service announcement by a hypocrite (the character, not the author). She adamantly objected to a controversial topic--yet behaved in ways that directly conflicted with those beliefs. But then again, if all characters were perfect, we would have no stories.
Despite this, I think the author is quite imaginative and can surely produce some interesting and riveting drama, romance, and erotica. Much of what I found flawed was NOT in her writing, but the publisher's work. I hope to read more from this author as I'm sure as she progresses along her writing journey, she will blossom into her own.
New authors rely on others to guide them through this process, and John Hunt Publishing failed in my opinion. The title in the US culture is considered offensive, and although it might have it's place in within the pages of erotica, the "P word" as a title is off putting---even to me, an author of sexually explicit writing. The cover is decent but he text should be enlarged and the red should be outlined to better see it in a thumbnail. It does not stand out enough as is.
Although it must have gone through proofreading rounds (I only saw a couple instances of "you" instead of "your" and one present tense instead of past), it does not seem to have gone through editing. An example would be the repeated use of "creep", "heart contracted", and "reverie". Some of the long narration and over use of exclamations would probably have been eliminated, and some things would have been inserted. And word choices--I'm assuming the author is British, or at least outside of the US. With that said, I'm unsure if she is familiar with our "lingo" or "slang". Words such as: dude, drag, old man, super all made this sound dated. Those words are not used in contemporary US as was written in this book.
Finally, the price of the book--- $7.19 for 198 pages is very high for a book from a new author. Again, this is often a mistake that new authors make. However, this publisher I'm sure has set the price, not the author. I just noticed her follow up book is priced at 99 cents USD.
Overall, I say that this author will soon be turning out some intense and interesting reads. Keep an eye on her, even if you read the preview and decide this book is not for you. Some readers can overlook the publisher's flaws, some cannot.
This is book one, and I am NOT going to go over what this story is about, that's what the synopsis is for. I'm going to tell you why you should purchase this book. Do you like books that are sexy, thought provoking, and of course, on the dark side of things? Have you been through some things you’d rather not talk about? Maybe you have maybe you havent. Say you have, well...then it should be fairly easy to relate to the main character. I was shocked in the beginning, I was thrown in an already moving story from the first paragraph of the story. A bit different than what I'm used to, while reading, however, I believe that's your first sign of what this story is about. Living in the moment but, and it's a very big but, you must face your consequences, AND we must see how to DEAL with the after effects of those consequences. There's self discovery, but only when we reach those darkest limits. It feels good but at the same time you know it's not good. Maybe you can't relate, OK... read it anyways and ask yourself could you do that? Would you be OK afterwards? Afterwards...that's book two. I enjoyed reading this story because it made me think. And still I'm thinking about it. It's basically a tale of sexual infatuation, that takes you on an emotional high. You should purchase this book because while it's erotic, you're going to have a bunch of WTF moments. You might even ask yourself if it's OK to love this book. And my answer, is "Yes, yes it is!!"