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Here is a glimpse of Rachel and Albert from “Good Pussy Bad Pussy in Captivity”.

The Melody That Played in His Heart

The melody that played in his heart was the same as the melody that played in hers. Though he did not know it, nor did she. But there was something about the electricity that arose between them when he touched her and she touched him that awakened in them a depth of desire and passion that neither of them had known before.

“Rachel,” he whispered softly as his hands found her breasts and their lips met, his manhood pulsing against her. If he had wanted to keep his heart at a distance, it was already too late. There was just something about her. Something about her uncanny ability to be present – to actually be there – that had brought Albert to his knees and made all his worldly success seem insignificant.

But he didn’t notice or care: all he noticed and knew was the singing of his heart, a song that sounded like a great symphony in his ears.

And it was the same for her. When all the Light broke over her, she knew he had led her to another realm, a parallel Universe where she would want to linger all of her days.

Her radiant hair was sumptuous in his eyes and in hers and his delight (and hers) made her tingle all over. She looked into his eyes and did not flinch because even though she might have seemed confused and insecure in this new world where she now lived and lingered, at some deeper level, she knew exactly who she was – and in some mysterious way, he understood this too and respected her for it.

It was as if she had an inner compass that would never fail her. An inner compass that knew the way. It was as if she knew, at some deeper level, that if she stuck to the love, kept going in the direction of love, it would somehow carry her through – regardless of the cost, regardless of the storms.

And it was as if he knew it too… knew that she knew… and so, somehow, in some mysterious, roundabout way, it was he who clung to her. Because the weak may at times conquer the strong (even though it often looks otherwise).

“Albert,” she whispered softly in his ear and he tingled all over in anticipation, hearing that great symphony in his ears. So he trembled ever so slightly as he stood and embraced her, smoothing down her sumptuous hair as he was wont to do. And his soul said ‘aaahh’ as she let him wrap his arms around her and the blissful sigh resonated through his being.

Then after they slid into his big bed, she lay open and peaceful and perfectly still, arms above her head as he entered her. And as she let herself fall deeper and deeper into some marvelous, miraculous Universe of Bliss, he came rushing headlong after her, amazed at where they were headed. Headlong… headstrong… into the Blinding Light.

And though it might not have been apparent to all, for those who had eyes to see, it was obvious that in the infinity of all things, purity and love are the strongest…

In the infinity of all things, that is…

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In the run-up to the release of my new book “Good Pussy Bad Pussy in Captivity” on June 26th, you might want to read (or re-read) the first book “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale” just to warm up and get your juices flowing!

Lots of people are loving “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”, which editor and publisher Guy Hogan of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette says is “a perfect example of sex as art and entertainment”. And then he adds the book is “a must read for all who appreciate the mysteries of sexuality and the human condition”.

You can also sign up for the Goodreads giveaway of “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale” which is running now until June 18. Just click here to sign up: http://bit.ly/1FFLQFK

In my new book, “Good Pussy Bad Pussy in Captivity”, the beautiful and naïve Rachel is once again challenged because just when she thinks she can settle down with the man of her dreams, life takes a sudden, dramatic turn. Then in the flash of the eye, Rachel finds herself getting sucked into a web of dangerous deceit and sexual intrigue.

Good Pussy Bad Pussy in Captivity cover

From the House of Sin on Cap Ferrat to an isolated Buddhist monastery in the mountains of upstate New York, Rachel is once again on the battle field of our times, both sexually and emotionally. Then, in a blinding flash of insight that lays bare the haunted alleyways of her soul, Rachel realizes that things are not what they seem to be. Will she find her way out of captivity or will she remain in the shackles of the old world order?

In the course of the book, Rachel faces many dilemmas and difficult questions and must ask herself, what is she really experiencing? Is it love or abuse? Is it liberation or bondage? Is she really free or not? And who is making these choices for her? How much of all that happens to her is based on social programming and negative social norms about sex?

You can pre-order the book on Amazon here: http://amzn.to/19aUrr6

Or order the printed book on Amazon UK here: http://amzn.to/1IGMKoY

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In my book, “Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale”, readers can follow the beautiful and naive Rachel in her dangerous attempt to be free, follow her heart and satisfy her pussy – all at the same time! From Amsterdam to the French Riviera to New York City – from her blond lover Stefan, to the aristocratic Albert, and mad doctor Howard, Rachel tastes the forbidden fruit – and likes it. That is until life takes a very surprising turn! And yet another…

BUT… it’s also really interesting to notice how most people frame this book and the work I am doing. Many are calling the book “erotica” or “erotic fiction” or “xxx-rated fiction” and well the interesting thing is I didn’t think of any of these things when I was writing “Good Pussy Bad Pussy”. I didn’t have any of these labels in my head. I just wrote a book about a woman exploring life and relationships and her sexuality because I find the subject fascinating and because I feel that our sexuality is just a normal part of our lives. So I didn’t put what I was writing into any special category.

“Good Pussy Bad Pussy is a perfect example of sex as art and entertainment!” says Guy Hogan of the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette. See his interview with me here: http://wp.me/p4l6rJ-aZI

When you think about it, not only is sex completely normal, sex and our sexuality is probably the strongest human drive of all. So as far as I’m concerned, the real question is not whether or not what I write is so-called “erotica” but why we separate sex like we do from the rest of our lives? I just read that Timothy Clark, curator at the British Museum Shunga exhibition, said in an interview about the museum’s latest exhibition of Japanese erotic art: “The division between art and obscene pornography is a Western concept. There was no sense in Japan that sex or sexual pleasure was sinful.”

So I think it’s about time we ask ourselves why there are so many taboos around something that is so natural, wonderful, joyful, amazing, and fun as sex is? What it is about our society and social programming that leads us to believe that there’s something “sinful”, “wrong”, “bad”, or “dirty” when it comes to something so fundamental and wonderful as sex and our sexual drive?

As I say in my “Good Pussy Bad Pussy” books (yes I just finished “Good Pussy Bad Pussy book 2”): Nothing satisfies like sex. Nothing completes like sex. Nothing releases like sex. Nothing can compete with sex.

 “I thought it was impossible to find an Erotica book with a strong story and solid characters until I read Good Pussy Bad Pussy,” says January Gray. See her review of the book here: http://bit.ly/1sv90OH

 

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Good Pussy Bad Pussy – Rachel’s Tale is getting great reviews all over the place. 5 Stars on Amazon and Goodreads and on various book blogs. Here are some examples:

You will read this book in ONE sitting, and it will stay with you for days! Great writing and a complete, solid story!

“A deep, solid read that covers much territory. This story brings you sex, romance, abuse and plenty of real-life drama! A woman in an unhappy marriage who doesn’t always make the best decisions for herself, but still manages to turn out fine and happy and fulfilled. You will read this book in ONE sitting, and it will stay with you for days! Great writing and a complete, solid story!” says January Gray. 5 Stars on Amazon and her blog.

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Good Pussy Bad Pussy is a perfect example of sex as art and entertainment

“Good Pussy Bad Pussy was exciting and I love conflicted protagonists. I was rooting for Rachel the entire time. It was a great read and I love a happy ending.  You had me worried right up to the last page; but everything turned out okay. Good Pussy Bad Pussy is a perfect example of sex as art and entertainment” says Guy Hogan of The Pittburgh Flash Fiction Gazette

http://pittsburghflashfictiongazette.net/i-write-erotica-amy-aimee/

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New in-depth interview about Good Pussy Bad Pussy called:

I Write Erotica: Amy Aimee http://wp.me/p4l6rJ-aZI

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Good Pussy Bad Pussy is a “great freaking book”! 5 Stars

“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.
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!”

Says Renee Giraldy on Amazon, Goodread and on her blog fb.me/2DLZlbNlR

 

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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!”

Links:

Renee’s blog:

http://readingrenee.com/2014/06/22/good-pussy-bad-pussy-rachels-tale-by-a-aimee-amyaimee14-review/

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

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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!

http://www.ycrazymind.com/2014/05/good-pussy-bad-pussy.html

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Jon Pressick at Sex-in-Words asked me why I wrote “Good Pussy Bad Pussy”.  I started my answer by saying:

I wanted to write about orgasm as a portal to ecstasy and the death of the ego. I wanted to write about how great sex is a portal into the flow state where we experience timeless awareness and the ecstatic feeling of being fully present in this now moment. I wanted to write about orgasm as the ultimate surrender which leads to the amazing blissfulness which each of us experience when we are finally, finally able to let go completely. 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.

And I also 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. In other words, a story about 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!

You can read the whole interview here:

http://sexinwords.ca/2014/02/what-do-you-do-with-a-good-pussy-bad-pussy/

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