The Kittens is the story of a young woman drawn like a moth to the burning fire of sexual awakening. Bree awakens to her own sexual desires, not just those of the men who want her.
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The Kittens: Author Allison Angel Shuns ’50 Shades’; Urging Women to Take Charge of Desires through Breakthrough Erotic Fiction.
Angel’s raunchy yet wholly unique narrative retains the kink that audiences desire, while depicting strong and independent women who are not afraid to dominate both their partners and their fantasies. This refreshing take on the erotica genre is poised to resonate with open-minded readers from coast to coast.
Publishing experts around the world credit erotic fiction as one of the past decade’s biggest literary booms in terms of popularity and sales. While nobody can deny erotica’s gravity among audiences, many are still becoming tired of the ‘same old’ recycled narratives that see women submitting to the demands and wishes of their unrealistic male partners. Thankfully, author Allison Angel has stormed the scene to change this stereotype for good.
She may only be in college, but Angel’s debut release titled ‘The Kittens’ is picking up momentum for its about-turn on the conventions and norms of most erotic fiction to date. In short, Angel puts women where they deserve and want to be – in charge, in control and living out their fantasies with gusto.
“This is ultimately a story of one girl’s coming-of-age, with a bold focus on her sexual development and the encounters she has along the way,” says Angel, who claims that her work also has a semi-autobiographical element. “The big twist is that Bree isn’t the submissive type that’s usually associated with erotic fiction. She’s in control, knows what she wants and has no trouble living out her fantasies in a way that will keep readers needing only the edge of their seats.”
Continuing, “But the story doesn’t just take place under the sheets. Readers get to see Bree’s tenacity and strength develop in the wider world, as she discovers herself and navigates the overwhelming choices that are part and parcel of growing up. This book will strike a chord with readers of all adult ages, but particularly new adults who struggle with the same decisions Bree has to make.”
Off to a promising start, critics await further works from Angel, who has been described by many as a ‘powerhouse’ author.