As a writer of tasteful, short, erotic-historical stories - I'm unable to avoid the lure of forbidden love, so I delve deliciously into a myriad of sensual indiscretions and turbulent relationships during the illustrious 17th century.
While thousands already know PJ MacDowell as a celebrated, award-winning filmmaker, few know that her eye for creativity and originality also ventures into the heart-pounding world of Erotica. If her debut erotic novel is anything to go by, MacDowell is about to redefine the genre away from its clichéd stereotypes and force it into a new realm of raw, cinematic kink.
'Lust of Innocence' isn't one of "those" typical erotic stories involving a woman and her billionaire boss.
MacDowell, who wrote, produced, and directed an award-winning feature film, which won a prestigious award at the MWFF says; "I love the idea of turbulent relationships that take place behind closed doors, often the result of oppressive societal norms from previous centuries. It was wild in the 1700s to think that a woman and a maid would hook up, find a strange kind of love and exploit it sexually - yet it happened all of the time. I suppose I'm one of the few writers brave enough to depict it. It's certainly unlike anything else on the market."