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Blogger and book reviewer Renee Giraldy gave “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” 5 Stars in her review on her blog and on Goodreads. Here’s what she wrote:

“This was a wildly created bunch of dysfunctional people too good to pass it up. This is how I felt: I felt like this was too real at times. I felt like I was sneaking a peak at Rachel’s diary. She was a strong woman. She went through so much in this book and I adored her more and more.

When it starts you know Rachel has left her husband and son in Amsterdam and she is in Nice with her lover Stefan. I get the feeling the author wants her very complacent and then awoken by Stefan. I liked him and I thought for a temporary fix he would serve his purpose. Then I meet Albert. I was DONE. I loved him. I knew as a mature man he was the lover and friend Rachel needed. She left anyways. I was sad for her.

I thought the things (AND by things I mean steam, lust greed and unusual sexual affairs) wasn’t wrapped up. Rachel was never filled up. She never got her dream of being carefree and loved emotionally like I know she deserved. BUT… She decided to go back to her husband. I say that the author has created a family of characters that each have a flaw, some greater and some so unbelievable that I found it hard to read.

It’s not for the faint. It is loaded with drama, relationships, decision making and sexual abuse. I felt bad seeing the end. I think the author did a great service with her unique storytelling. Bravo!”


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Renee on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/971400384?book_show_action=false&page=1

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Here’s what Darla Etienne Hogan wrote about “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” on Amazon when he gave the book 5 Stars:

“To start, I have to be honest, I did not to choose to read this book because it looked like something I would enjoy. I came across this book through a brief twitter contact. Putting that aside, what did I think about this piece of fiction? The storyline appears basic at first, a married woman, Rachel, who is bored with her marriage, abandons her husband and son for a blonde hunk, in a search for the indulgence of perfect orgasm. As a man, this story raised an uncomfortable feeling, from early stages in reading the novel. I initially felt this is a book written by a woman for a woman, but hold on. If a story invokes discomfort in its reader, then there is something thought provoking occurring in the mind of a reader.

The story held my attention and at times, I felt very distressed for the main character. This book is uncomfortable to read, but that is its strength, as we all have our flaws in so many different ways. Who is to judge, who is fit to judge who? This is not really an erotic book, though it has its moments, it is more deeply concerned with the conflicts we have balancing our primeval drives against socially acceptable norms. I have taken four weeks to reach a decision, as to whether I should award this work as a four star, or five star rating. It could be fine-tuned a little, promoting it into one of those pieces of work once read, never forgotten, but as it stands, it has provoked my thinking, created uncomfortable thoughts and raised the question, how much of this is fantasy, and how much is fact? I feel very comfortable in awarding it five stars.”





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Good Pussy Bad Pussy is brave, wonderfully done, and it hooks me in and grabs my interest right from the start. Recommended! This is intelligent erotica with a woman dealing with the consequences of her choices. The start is fun, fast, and hooked me in. The characters were great, and also the details on the locations were very nicely done. There is some delicious background in here as well, with far-flung places across Europe and the world. This isn’t purely romance as well, this is exploring a woman’s passions and choices, so this is a great story for the erotica genre. To read the whole review by Sylvia Storm, Erotica Reviews click here: http://ereaderotica.com/?p=2600

 There’s enough craze and kink in Good Pussy Bad Pussy, enough tears and thrill, enough romance and repentance to make the book a perfect gift. Too bad that I can’t give it to my mom, but I’ve decided to give it to my daughters! To read the whole review by Doris Day sex blogger, click here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/933488247?book_show_action=false&page=1

This book will captivate you intoxicate you and leave you wanting more! Initially I felt no sympathy with the main character but about half way through I was nearly crying. This is an amazing bedtime read. It will truly captivate you. To read the whole review by Lisa Lawson, click here: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/849536182?book_show_action=true&page=1

Excellent Turbulent Erotic Story. The name of this book immediately made me say OOOOh I want to read that. I’m always in for a good steamy book. The synopsis sounded amazing too. But as I started reading, I realized this isn’t your typical naughty book. It has dark, tear jerking moments as we follow Rachel through her life. It sucked me in and I just kept reading! To read the whole review by Rachael Orman, Authors Alliance, click here: http://www.authoralliance.net/aaimee




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Me and My Crazy Mind interviews A. Aimee about her book “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”

Question: How did you decide on the title for this sexual thriller? In the process, were there other variations being considered?

Answer: The title – “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” – grew out of the story. It’s just the perfect description of the conflicts and dilemmas the heroine (Rachel) feels and experiences.

Question: I find the title very effective and also provocative. Why did you finally choose the word ‘Pussy’ to be used (and twice)? Wouldn’t you consider it “a vulgar slang” thus making it a taboo to be on the title?

Answer: Thanks, I’m glad you like the title and yes “Pussy” might be considered a vulgar word by some, but then again so many of us have such crazy, screwy, unhealthy ideas about our bodies and our wonderful sexuality that I thought it was a good idea to use the word. Just to be a little provocative as you say. And also because the heroine, Rachel, is such a sweetheart – really she is. And here’s the rub: Even though she is such a sweetheart – she’s also got very strong sexual desires – so again the conflicts and dilemmas she faces in the book. Yes she’s a sexy sweetheart!

Question: This story is about Rachel, so did you craft this character ‘Rachel’ or rather you know the “male characters” in the story? Do you consider “Stefan, Albert and Howard” the fantasies and sexual sophistication of today’s women?

Answer:  It didn’t happen like that. The characters both male and female in the book gave me a chance to explore some of the themes I wanted to write about. In brief, I wanted to write about orgasm as the ultimate surrender which leads to this amazing feeling of blissfulness and then I wanted to add to this an exploration of the conundrum that arises if we have reached this blissful state of complete surrender in and through situations (and/or with people) that we don’t particularly like or find acceptable. In other words, what happens when the body experiences one thing while the mind is screaming something else? What happens then? Where does this leave us and what does it do to us? And how can we live with this – both on a personal and social level? It’s a conundrum many people face.

Sex is such a powerful drive and it is always seeking expression. And for so many of us, this drive gets blocked or pinched off or twisted because of the massive social programming we all receive from day one that is telling us what is OK sexually and what is not. And even though today there are more and more people who are sexually freer than ever before in human history, the reality is that most people are still so limited in their sexual expression and in their ability to joyfully experience sex and orgasm as a portal to the divine.

So I wanted to write about a woman who allowed herself to go beyond what is normally acceptable for married women and who discovered and experienced amazing orgasmic release in ways which both shocked and surprised her. So this is the story of a woman who discovered that her body could respond in one way even if her mind was screaming something else. Hence the title – Good Pussy Bad Pussy.

I also wanted to write about a woman who wasn’t so hung up as most women are today with the ownership of a partner. I wanted to portray a woman who was free and open even if she was confused and insecure. I wanted to see where this would take her and what would happen to her… especially because it seems to me that so many people today who are in couple relationships are so limited and conventional in terms of their relationships and sexuality. All of which can make it very difficult for us to find the ecstatic release that we are seeking…

Question: Other than sexual thriller and erotic romance, do you write in other genres? Please tell us more about your writing journey as an erotic story teller, for example, if you have writer’s block (at all?) or the opposite (ideas overflow)? How you deal with it?

Answer: I am an international author with many books published in many languages under different names. And no, I don’t have writer’s block – I never have. In fact, I’m almost finished with the sequel “Good Pussy Bad Pussy book 2” which is even better than the first book! So you can look forward to more of Rachel’s adventures!


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