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Aimee Kennell is a writer and editor who lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Writing about the adventures of women out to get what they want, Aimee writes about what she knows best...the hunting, the stalking and the seduction of men half her age in order to fulfill her desires.
Additional Cougar Adventures stories by Aimee will be published soon.
Aimee can be reached at Aimee.Kennell@gmail.com
on Nov. 08, 2012 :
This was a nice short story, well written and of value for $0.99. It featured a woman being verbally dominated as he pleasures her, and eventually himself. A sexy *hot* read.
-Jodi Sylph (erotica author)
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on June 15, 2012 :
There is some good writing in here, especially the scene when Alison gets horny in the bathroom, that was sensual and lingering. I liked the premise of the woman who enjoys younger men.
I understand the narrative tension of her finding someone who is a bit hotter than she expected but her enjoyment of him seemed contradictory. Is it just the bodies of young men she likes? Doesn't she like them because they are shy and hesitant? I was kind of sorry that wasn't the line taken, there are few sexy stories about the beauties of the shy inexperienced guy.
I found the two characters unsympathetic - especially Alison, whose obsessive pride in her own fit body annoyed me. There's a lot of repetition, Alison going on about how gorgeous she is and also describing the view from the dining room several times. There are a couple of typos too. There are a lot of commas and 'but's, especially in the early passages.
I thought the sex was predictable (perhaps that's just because I personally am bored of stories where strong men dominate the ladies and give it them hard). There wasn't so much loving lingering description of the sensations - Alison on her own in the bathroom seemed to have more to it.
I didn't understand how she knew that the note was from the young man, in fact I expected it to turn out to be from the waiter who might give the arrogant cow a lesson! I also think as writers we could think about making safe sex part of it all, a creative challenge, rather than say: It's just a story. Two complete strangers having unprotected sex while on holiday is risky.
I think your writing has promise and hope you find this honest opinion helpful.
(review of free book)