PRIMAL SCREAM (Full Edition)
Primal Scream (full edition)
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jessINK is pleased to present the second (huge) erotic anthology by
author/artist/non-conformist, Jess C Scott.
Stories include taboo-themed material, factual fiction, and non-pornographic
Individual story summaries are included below.
GENRE: Contemporary / Erotic Fiction (the focus is on psychosexual
themes, not explicit graphic scenes).
LENGTH: 13 short stories + novelettes
150,000 words | 466 Pages
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (in 3 parts):
I. Fashion Icon/Incestiable (taboo sex)
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 (cougar sex / special "neighbors"
Cougar on the prowl Rachel Coker turns her attention to Brent, her 20-year-old
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.
II. AFF Collection / Factual Fiction
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
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.
III. PLAY / BDSM Anthology
9. Master & Servant ("intro"
/ first bdsm):
Stacia wakes up to find herself in the middle of
her rape fantasy--that has come true.
10. Switch (role identity / switches):
Christopher Creme and Kaja Kunis switch things
up by switching D/s roles in their relationship.
11. Rockstar (knife/edge play):
Hideki brings on the knife and bondage play to
help Daniel come face-to-face with his dEniAl.
12. Teacher's Pet (May/December
A truant student gets her lecturer's signature--and
more--when she needs an official form signed.
13. The Velvet Rope (shibari/mild
A disenchanted lady boss recruits a personal toy boy, before the complexities
of a recent divorce send her completely over the edge.
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MEDIA MENTIONS / MORE INFO:
Q&A ON 'THE ART OF EROTIC WRITING'
BLOG TOUR: www.psjessINK.blogspot.com
REVIEWS (unsolicited): www.psjessINK.blogspot.com
* Enters Bestseller Lists!
Debuts at #17 in Kindle Store > Social Sciences > Popular
Amazon.co.uk, August 2011
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"I love the fact that the writer is not scared of taboo subjects, I
love to read and learn about different things, and I am very glad that
there are authors out there like [Jess]."
-- melanie alexander, 2010
"I just wanna say I'm glad there's writers like Jess who cross gender
and indeed social barriers with the work she produces. I look forward
to indulging in it."
-- J.S. (from U.K.)
"[Ms. Scott] can weave a vivid tale of lust and love, bringing together
lovers for casual sex or eternal devotion."
-- Traction_Bob / B&N Review
"[Jess's writing is] raw [and] full of brio. It’s very contemporary.
It has personality and energy. It deals with modern issues in a very
-- Joseph Grinton | "Don't
Run Away From Sex"
"[Jess C Scott] sure [doesn't] screw around with getting into the story."
-- Goodreads.com message, May 2011
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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
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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