Forgive Me (Let Me Explain)

Though we are overwhelmed by our sins, you forgive them all.

Psalm 65:3 NLT

I have just written a new book under the name J.C. Maine.  The name of the book is called “Pleasurable Consequences.”  It is a story about a man named Alex Emerson who cheated on his wife, Sheila, multiple times.  The book not only describes in detail his cheating; it describes the psychology of why he does it.

This is why I’m asking for forgiveness.  In my opinion, in order for me to describe Alex’s thinking when it involves his infidelities, I have to use very descriptive and graphic language.  My intent was for the book to be inspirational and redemptive; instead I accidently created an erotica!

Someone may say, “You could have told the story without the foul language and the use of sexually expletive words.”  That is true to a degree.  But, when describing sex, which is the main character’s issue in the book, is it better for me to write he “liked feeling her insides?”  Or, is it better for me to use clearer language like “he liked feeling her p___y?”  I felt that I had to use the stronger language to describe his mindset in the book.

With that being said, the paperback version of the book is available now on Amazon.  The e-book version is available for Kindle and Barnes & Noble devices.  I hope you buy the book.  Hopefully, you can get past the sexually charged and vulgar language.  If you don’t buy it, I understand.  I do not want to be known as an author who write sex books, and this will be the last book I write like this.   

This is the link to the book:

Published by J.C. Maine

I am a part-time author who lives in the wonderful state of Virginia. My desire is to entertain with the magic of storytelling, and to use my life experiences to improve the lives of other people.

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