Wicked Lovely (taboo erotica, short story) [NOOK Book]

Overview

* NOTE: Recommended for readers who enjoy erotica with a story (the author's brand of erotica is NOT defined by explicitness).

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A short story where a step brother and step sister look to themselves, and not society, to make sense of the sexual love they share. Revised edition.

SUMMARY: Ed has been ...
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Wicked Lovely (taboo erotica, short story)

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Overview

* NOTE: Recommended for readers who enjoy erotica with a story (the author's brand of erotica is NOT defined by explicitness).

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A short story where a step brother and step sister look to themselves, and not society, to make sense of the sexual love they share. Revised edition.

SUMMARY: 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…

GENRE: Erotic/Contemporary Fiction / Novelette | 13,000 words

Wicked Lovely features in the short story collections, '4:Play', 'Fashion Icon', and 'Primal Scream'.

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Praise and Reviews:

“The fact that they were brother and sister is overshadowed by their sheer desire to be with one another, that that other person is the only person for them. That made the story for me.” — Review @ It’s Basement Time

“…the first kiss was really sweet…that was my favorite part.”
– e-mail from a reader

“[I liked writing] Wicked Lovely because it demanded the most amount of realism, along with a very precise amount of sensitivity.”
– excerpt from author Q&A

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EXCERPT (from Story #1, Wicked Lovely):
[Ed / 4 June 2006]

YES--I’ve the whole house to myself.

Nine Inch Nails is playing upstairs, God how I love that fuck you like an animal song. Music’s so-so-so-so L-O-U-D. Rhythm’s so hypnotic it’s giving me a headspin.

Dad’s with golfing buddies. Mom’s at some beading class or bingo session. Don’t know it don’t matter.

And Julie? Julie Elle Drake is out with Bobby.

Bobby the Nice Guy.

Bobby the Prince.

Bobby the Sweet Guy who Asked Me Out with the Burnt Cookie he made at Home Ec class.

Bobby the Everything.

Think about going over to Kingston’s house for a while. Dude owes me 100 bucks. I should steal that and more when I’m over. He and his CEO dad share a stash of porn mags and expensive tobacco. But oh. It’s a lazy Sunday afternoon. Too half-assed to even reach over, pick up the phone and dial a number.

Switch TV on. Lounge around. It will only last a few minutes.

This languid tranquility is the prelude to what comes next.That feeling, suddenly picks up again. I try and try but I can’t get away. Cell by cell, my brain is wired to the signal. It’s like a strange invisible smoke line, luring you in...to the destination place.

“This is so weird.” I speak my thoughts out loud. One nice thing about having the house to yourself is that you can voice your own thoughts without fear.

*Everyone will kill me if they know about this. I’m a perv, a deviant, a psycho, a twisted individual! This is gross unhealthy abnormal I’ll cross over a line that should have never been crossed if I haven’t already and I need counseling or should I see a psychiatrist and get myself checked out, maybe we were brought up in a screwed up kind of way?*

“I don’t think so.” Detective Green on Law & Order. Lost track of what’s going on in this episode. Can’t concentrate. Can’t concentrate on shit.

Body is aching. In the craving way.

Peel myself off the sofa. *Ed, you sicko.*

I wanna tell the voice in my head and the whole world to shut up. They can talk and talk but they’ve not been in the same situation, they don’t even know what they’re missing out on.

That. That’s the exact thing that fuels their disgust and anger. It’s a displaced frustration, that they can never have access to this deranged special kind of arrangement. *Go, Ed!*

Drag myself up the stairs in a weird mix of dread guilt apprehension and uncontrollable wild anticipation and excitement.
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Editorial Reviews

LT - melanie alexander
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 this one. this was a great read!!!
LT - Basement Time
I was surprised that I ended up liking "Wicked Lovely". Not too into the whole incest thing, especially in brother-sister relationships. (I have a brother myself, so thinking about that sort of theme is generally something I don't indulge in.) But it worked in this story. I can only think of one other instance in which a brother-sister relationship didn't bother me (Angel Sanctuary series). The fact that they were brother and sister is overshadowed by their sheer desire to be with one another...
melanie alexander
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 this one. this was a great read!!!
Basement Time
I was surprised that I ended up liking "Wicked Lovely". Not too into the whole incest thing, especially in brother-sister relationships. (I have a brother myself, so thinking about that sort of theme is generally something I don't indulge in.) But it worked in this story. I can only think of one other instance in which a brother-sister relationship didn't bother me (Angel Sanctuary series). The fact that they were brother and sister is overshadowed by their sheer desire to be with one another...
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452391380
  • Publisher: jessINK
  • Publication date: 12/16/2010
  • Series: Primal Scream
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 121 KB

Meet the Author

Jess C Scott is an author/artist/non-conformist. She writes in a diverse range of genres and is a socio-political blogger.

Her erotic fiction has been described as "provocative" and "thoughtful" by discerning readers seeking more than a collection of pornographic sex scenes when it comes to erotica. Jess is interested in passion/intensity/intimacy, and firmly believes there is more to the erotic life than explicitness.

Jess is the founder of jessINK, an innovative publishing company that focuses on meaningful entertainment.

WEBSITE: jessINK.com
MEDIA: jessINK.com/media.htm

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 2, 2012

    Very enjoyable

    I found it interesting how the main character alternates each chapter, because it shows how they view each other versus how they view themselves. I really loved the writing style - it flowed nicely - making it hard to stop reading. The only bad part I can see in this book is that it was so short - there was enough story but I liked it so much I didn't want to stop reading it. I definitely recommend this book and I will be looking into more books by this author.

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  • Posted April 8, 2011

    The Taboo of Temptation

    Wicked Lovely is a fantastic tale of forbidden love. Although incest is often frowned upon, in this book it is easily forgiven as the reader truly hopes that the two characters find happiness. The perspective in which Jess C Scott writes the book gives the reader great insight into the minds of both characters, and the more I read, the more I felt like I knew them, and sometimes felt like their thoughts were my own (luckily I have no sisters). From beginning to end I was captivated and could not stop reading; even when I did take a break I could not stop think about how Ed and Julia were going to work through their personal demons. The story and writing style were original, creative and fun, and I would recommend this read to anyone who is interested in something different. -- Dan Schwartz "Banocanut", Amazon Review, July 28, 2010

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