Aimée Maroux loves sex, mythology and erotic fiction. She primarily writes erotic retellings of well-known and less known myths and hot, fun fantasy inspired by mythology, but likes to experiment with other genres, too.
Her favourite myth is the one where Thor loses his hammer Mjölnir and has to dress up as Freya to get it back.
When not at her laptop writing she's distracting herself on Twitter or browses the web researching. Offline she enjoys roleplaying, great films, and to indulge her loved ones with hand-made food.
"Taken by Greek Gods" is a series of erotic short stories based on or at the very least inspired by ancient Greek mythology. The characters are sexy gods and goddesses, hunky heros and defenseless mortals, but invariably drawn from Greek myth.
Meet Hermes, Dionysos, Artemis and Aphrodite. Ares and Poseidon, Odysseus and Herakles. Greek mythology offers plenty of sexual encounters to explore and expand upon.
The setting is invariably Classical antiquity, so all titles in the series are historical fiction with a lot of loving research put in. Some of the books may contain several footnotes with tidbits about life in ancient Greece or references to other myths.
Hermes has always loved his half-brother Dionysos. When they are sent on a diplomatic visit to the Norse pantheon together, Dionysos makes a move...
Asgard may be cold, but Hermes and Dionysos get pretty hot in this erotic fantasy.
Read a preview here: http://erotic-mythology.over-blog.com/2018/07/free-short-story-hermes-and-dionysos.html
Mia, a slim fashion model, goes from 120 to 300 pounds.
Mia isn't just a supermodel, she is a celebrity. Her boyfriend Liam wants her to stop modelling for several reasons - one of which is that he is into curvier women. So he hatches a plan to feed her up and fatten her...
Real Bible Sex: David & Bathsheba
on Jan. 23, 2019
As a writer of mythology erotica, I was instantly intrigued when I found out CJ Douglass was releasing a 'Real Bible Sex' story!
It was a fun, hot read. My favourite scene, comparably tame, is actually one at the start of the story, when David sees Bathsheba for the first time as she bathes. Probably because his desire for her and his inability to control himself is most prominent in this scene and that is a kink of mine. We get a similar scene later on with Bathsheba when she considers going back to David for some more sexytimes.
What is surprising given the subject matter is that CJ gave Bathsheba a lot of agency in this retelling. She is not just a prop, but that much I expected. She is the real star of the story! The point of view switches to her when David calls upon her and we experience the sex through her eyes instead of his. This makes sure we know Bathsheba's thoughts and feelings about the encounter, so it's clear she takes joy from it despite the circumstances.
Who will enjoy this book:
Readers who like a female lead with agency who is takes pleasure from (extramarital) sex, this is the book for you!
Who will not enjoy this book:
Readers who expect non-con or Bathsheba to be too pure to willingly take part in the sex will probably be disappointed.
I give it 4/5 stars because I found the conflict Bathsheba faced by sleeping with another man who was not her husband a bit too easily resolved by making Uriah a selfish lover.
I'm looking forward to more books in the series!