Primal Scream by Jess C. Scott
(Box Set #1, Taboo Sex Stories + AFF, revised edition)

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TITLE: PRIMAL SCREAM (Box Set #1, Taboo Sex + Factual Fiction)

Introducing part of Jess C Scott's second erotic anthology (Taboo Sex + AFF). The full edition of Primal Scream contains taboo sex, AFF, and BDSM-themed stories (best value).

Individual story summaries are included below.

GENRE: Contemporary / Erotic Fiction (the focus is on psychosexual themes, not explicit graphic scenes).

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NOTE: Jess writes erotic fiction, not pornography. Please visit Jess's website for more info -- jessINK.com/porn_vs_erotica.htm

* More info/excerpts on the Primal Scream Anthology @ jessINK.com/primalscream_full.htm

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STORY / NOVELLA SUMMARIES:

1. Wicked Lovely (step-siblings):
Ed has been (guiltily) attracted to "Goddess Julie" for as long as he can remember--but moves out once he finishes high school. Unexpectedly, Julie discovers she has similar sentiments...

2. Swiss Miss (step-siblings):
Listless Andy Acklin underestimates the hold his younger stepsister has over him, who's blossomed into a full fledged hottie.

3. Crunk (neighbours):
Cougar on the prowl Rachel Coker turns her attention to Brent, her 20-year-old neighbour.

4. Ringfinger (step-siblings):
22-year-old Nathan Karim proves his lifetime commitment and loyalty to Maya Karim, three days before Maya's wedding day.

5. Spinning Around (stepfather/stepdaughter):
48-year-old Deryk Wolf's not-so-little girl shows her appreciation for his support of her passion for fashion.

6. Take-Out (Asian fetish):
Jake Blake "the Rake" from a small New England town meets his cosmopolitan Asian counterpart-cum-fetish.

7. Jack in the Box (epistolary / sexual astrology):
A sensuous business acquaintance breaks Drea's stale fixation with her first love, Jack.

8. Catholic School Girls Rule (Catholic sexual hang-ups):
When BFFs Chantal and Aisyah meet a Catholic school boy and his androgynous best friend, the two couples collectively discover how much they really have in common.

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PRAISE for Jess C Scott's work:

"Jess C Scott is the 21st-century Judy Blume."
-- Amazon Review on "EyeLeash: A Blog Novel", March 2011

[Ms. Scott] can weave a vivid tale of lust and love, bringing together lovers for casual sex or eternal devotion. I generally like her style. . .it's good, quick erotic fiction."
-- Traction_Bob / B&N Review

"I read the middle story of AFF (Jack in the Box), which I loved. I am looking forward to the others. You are not obscene as far as I can see. You write about emotion. . .you have something very original and very contemporary."
-- customer email, March 2011 (from U.K.)

"You're a brilliant writer. [Your books] are not shallow reads--they entertain but also make you reflect on what is really important in one's life."
-- e-mail from a reader, 2011 (The Philippines)

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EXCERPT (from Story #1, Wicked Lovely):

I felt like an animal, and animals don't know sin, do they?

EXCERPT: (from Story #7, Jack in the Box):

She felt the cold blast from the sterile air conditioning on her bare arms and thighs, as she ambled down the center of the shopping complex's ground floor.

The scene was a swirl of candy bright lights--the Victoria's Secret fuchsia signboard, signboards which lured one to purchase "confidence," or "sexual appeal," or whatever it was that was being advertised--the fluorescent lights in each store, contrasting with the shiny, black-tiled walls and eye-catching speckled marble tiles on the ground.

One could lick the floor--the tiles were spotless, clean like the fake air she was breathing in, like the atoms and cells in her that were decaying in stale neglect.

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AUTHOR BIO:

Jess identifies herself as an author/artist/non-conformist.

Jess writes erotic fiction, not porn, and she writes about love/emotions, not fluffy romance. Visit her website for free samples and more!

jesscscott.com
jessINK.com
 

About Jess C. Scott

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JESS C SCOTT has work appearing or forthcoming in Word Riot, Bards & Sages Quarterly, OpEdNews, The Online Citizen, and The Maine Review. San Francisco Book Review describes her crime novel Playmates as "a psychological thriller at its best." Jess participated in a literary debate at the 2012 Singapore Writers Festival. Her website is http: //www.jessINK.com.
 
Published April 3, 2011 by jessINK. 254 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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