Good Pussy Bad Pussy by A Aimee

Pleasure Panel review by Miss Emma MM

I was very kindly sent Good Pussy Bad Pussy by A Aimee free of charge in exchange for this fair and honest review, as part of Cara Sutra’s Pleasure Panel. With the title being Good Pussy Bad Pussy I had to give this book a read. It opens with the married Rachel who is having a torrid affair in France. A hot mister, a new designer wardrobe and danger. With an opening like that I was sure that I would love this story.

Good Pussy Bad Pussy by A Aimee Cara Sutra Pleasure Panel Book Review

I was wrong. It quickly devolves into something that even I find distasteful. First she is passed around to some handsome and some gross strangers. When she finds herself in a compromising situation she tries to run back to her husband in Denmark, whom she detests. For a book that takes part partially in Denmark, the place seems dreary and not at all how I believe that many of us Americans imagine it. It’s obvious that the author is trying very hard to get you invested in her tale, at times it works. Even when I truly disagree with the main characters actions I tried to see her point of view. There is a major plot point when she seems to take a stand, seemingly due to her ideals, but later that point is just used to make a guy like her. Barf. Have you been raped? I have not, I’ve been very lucky. However if you have or are in any way triggered by scenes of rape you most definitely need to skip this book. There is even gynecological rape, which is a fear of many women, that people think is unfounded. Here, you go, it’s in a book.

For an erotic book, I only found it sexy during the very opening. Aside from that there are confused sexual encounters, some of which are slightly hot, but not so much that I’d read it for them. Then there’s all the rape. I know that it sounds like I’m harping on it, but IT’S RAPE! The lead tries to rationalize the rapes for most of the story. She even feels her body respond at many times, trying to get into it. If you’ve read about males who have been raped, then you will have noticed this in those cases. Just because you’re body eventually responds does not mean it’s okay, AT ALL.

The beginning seems to suffer from some poor writing but I think English may be the author’s second language so I definitely wouldn’t hold that against her. The lead character of Rachel talks about her sexuality in the terms of “good pussy, bad pussy” for much of the book. This may seem annoying to some. I was basically able to look past that. When it comes to writing style, not content, I’m reminded of 50 Shades of Grey. I mention this because those who have read that trilogy have strong feelings, one way or the other about it.

Personally I can overlook grammatical or other issues if I’m really into the story. This is not the case with Good Pussy Bad Pussy. If I had not agreed to review the book I don’t think that I would have forced myself through the entire thing. It’s under 200 pages, so it’s not long, it just feels that way.

I’m giving this book a 4/10 because I feel that the author put obvious effort into her story. Eventually it had direction and an ending (some books don’t these days). I just cannot recommend it though.

Rating: 4/10

– Miss Emma MM

 

 

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