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There's always the 'show don't tell'aspect of writing and I've used brief sex scenes to show degrees of tenderness, and tendencies toward submission and dominance...and of course endless numbers of other reasons; but there should always be a 'reason', not just a sex for titillation type scenario.So, in the end, a 5 star book is going to get a 3-4 rating because they felt the sex scenes are drawing people in. How many people like their Action/UF books to have explecit sex scenes? I will eventually write a review of it but there is something that really bugs me and I want to get off my chest.\n\n First, I ..."\n\n' $('comment_body_usertext').value;new Effect. Highlight('comment_body_usertext')" class="small Text" href="#comment_form" Pretty sure the majority would disagree, but I do not.Just label it as such, I'm pretty sure society is okay with sex now. JK wrote: "Pretty sure the majority would disagree, but I do not.You don't have to hide that you are writing about it. There have been numerous times in this group and in reviews I mention my dislike of gratuitous amounts of sex so I won\'t go super detailed.
Or perhaps if there is something unorthodox that either of the characters do to reveal some facet of their personalities that might not be revealed in any other way.But when I am reading an otherwise great book and the author is compelled to write a graphic sex scene. I am not against a little romance, but words like "thrusting" (repeatedly) and long graphic explanations of sex scenes are not only unwaranted, but completely unwanted in an otherwise great book.I have had sex, I understand how it works, I don't need the amateur porn version explained to me like some sort of How To book on what people in love do in bed."Thank you, I am aware."I am 85% done with Pagan by Andrew Chapman.I will finish it tomorrow and write a review on Goodreads and Amazon, but I am irritated tonight.