My Inner Goddess by Jess C Scott
Fifty Shades of Grey Parody

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"Jess C Scott smartly chooses her words to really give an electrifying effect to readers...I highly recommend this to people who love books and who hate bad literature!"
-- Hail Gil (5-star Review on Literary Heroin: A Twilight Parody)

When literature student Bell-Ana Steale goes to interview the dazzlingly rich/powerful/handsome Christiano Gaynaldo (i.e. "Big G"), she encounters an Edward Cullenesque obsessive lover who she instantly desires as Her Man.

Shocked yet thrilled by Gaynaldo's kinky erotic tastes, Bell-Ana's inner goddess is primally driven by the all-consuming need to be with a dominant Dark Knight who will make her feel complete. As Big G's dark secrets from the past are uncovered, Bell-Ana must decide for herself how far she's willing to go and how much she's willing to risk. Can love really conquer all?

Cool, cunning, and intelligently amusing, My Inner Goddess is a devious satire that explores how far we're willing to go to answer the question.

Genre: Satire / Parody / Crime | Length: 51,000 Words (novel)

"A hilarious catharsis."
-- Kristopher Miller, Author of The Maze's Amulet

"Inventive, savvy, smooth and professional, with a postmodern kick."
-- Matt Posner, Co-Author of Teen Guide to Sex and Relationships


I inhale his sexy Christiano smell.

And he brings out that gray tie of his that he's always wearing or has nearby...and wraps it around my neck.

Right now? my inner goddess manages to weakly mumble. Here? OK...

I watch as he pulls both ends of the tie--OMG!--tighter and tighter and tighter.

I flush. This is intense.

About Jess C Scott

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Published July 31, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 212 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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