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The Iniquitous Bad Penny, is a saucy little minx who will drive you insane with her naughtiness and cheek! A writer of super sexy erotic poetry and romance, prepare to love both the woman and her works. Whether you seek a 'happy-ever-after,' or a 'randy-romp for a night,' Penelope's the girl for you. She's the sauce behind 'Naughtyville' and 'Little Miss Notoriety', so come check out her blog on http://thepenelopejones.wordpress.com/ It's a visit you'll never forget!
on July 24, 2013 :
I won this on a blog hop about a month ago and have fallen in love with it. It's such a beautifully written book of poetry, honest and real - just real if you know what I mean. The introduction by the author had me emotional and I knew I was in for something special. I read one or two poems before bed each night and sometimes just re-read them. I think it's just the fact that the author was willing to share so much emotion so openly with us. A lovely read, unique and special.
(reviewed 27 days after purchase)
James Grieve Press
on June 10, 2013 :
I'm new to erotic poetry, a combination I'd never really considered much before I came across Penelope Jones' darkly passionate Iniquitous Solace: The Aftermath. To be honest, I wasn't really sure how it would work. Good poetry is sparse, relying on exactly the right words to paint a picture with minimal strokes, the rhythm of the words and the shapes they make on the page and in your mind adding layers to that picture, deepening and enriching it.
Erotica strives to use the right words but, to be blunt, it uses a Hell of a lot more strokes to paint that picture! Good erotica builds up and teases, and describes; it fills in the gaps that poetry leaves.
The poetry of Penelope Jones combines the best of both forms, deftly drawing the reader in deep with beautiful economy and leading the way through a story of longing, uncertainty, vulnerability. The poetry is often harsh and crude, but it's a crudeness wielded quite deliberately, a rawness that is channelled to striking effect. Iniquitous Solace: The Aftermath is full of poems with a dark, sensuous edge, a sequence of pieces that draws the reader into a fragmented portrait of a woman's journey through need and desire, through being wanted and dominated and abandoned. It's moving and powerful, explicit and erotic, and ultimately, defiant and spirited.
And highly recommended.
(reviewed 20 days after purchase)
on May 18, 2013 :
Wow! I have always loved poetry, have dabbled in it some myself, but this is great stuff! Penelope Jones tells an entire story through poetry. A story of love found and lost, of the highs and the lows, the joy of new love, the pain of lost love. If you like erotica and like poetry, then this book is for you.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)