More Sex, Less Sex, No Sex?

So I’m curious about your thoughts on the sex in Edward’s version of Breaking Dawn. Too much? Not enough? Waaaaaaay too much? I’ll set up a poll here to see how everybody’s leaning. You can also share your thoughts on the sex scenes if you wish, but if you’d rather be anonymous, just click your response on the poll and you’ll be counted.

I like including the sex scenes because of reasons I stated in one of the Author’s Introductions: There’s so much build-up to sex in the original novels, they seem to beg for balance in that area. Also, it’s a big deal for Edward, who didn’t have sex for almost 100 years and he discovers that he  a) wants to, b) is successful at it, and c) is a guy. Also, once Bella becomes a vampire, she states that her passion (“love”) for Edward is so powerful, she doesn’t know how she’ll ever balance out her sex life with the rest of her life.

Lemme know…
PAL

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About PA Lassiter

P.A. Lassiter is a multi-published author currently writing a series of novels set in rural Kentucky. Late at night she impersonates Edward Cullen at Twilight: The Missing Pieces.
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One Response to More Sex, Less Sex, No Sex?

  1. Janet says:

    For myself, I love the stories just the way you are writing them. The chapters are rated, and if someone is offended then they can skip over them. I know SM did these novels for “teens” but to be honest I love the way you are writing them so much more than what SM did. I vote keep on the way you are!!!

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