(PRWEB UK) 31 January 2013
Jenny Ainslie-Turner, star of the recent Channel Four documentary 'My Phone Sex Secrets', has launched the first in a series of new novels which is already looking set to rival the Fifty Shades series. Not one to hide from controversy Jenny, who recently gave away the secrets of the phone sex business in front of millions of viewers, uses her intimate knowledge of the darker side of the sex industry to great effect in her new novel, Will You Be My Fantasy?
The novel, released by Netherworld Books, features a phone sex worker who after months of playing characters for her clients finds her darker side taking over, with horrific results.
Asked whether the book is in any way autobiographical Jenny smiled and replied, "I suppose in some respects it is. I've often felt this other person taking over when I was on the phone with my clients. I began wondering what would happen if one day I lost sight of the real me and this violent, predatory succubus was set free. The story sort of sprang from there."
The Channel Four documentary caused quite a stir when it aired earlier this year as Jenny opened the doors on the Telephone Sex Lines, even suggesting it as a good career choice in today's recession hit world and she has started a chatline company in her own name. Now after a decade in the business Jenny has pulled on her experiences and penned a thriller which is highly erotically charged and at times quite disturbing.
Despite the obvious comparisons with Fifty Shades of Grey Jenny denies it is targeted at the same audience. "This is for the more sexually mature reader," Jenny continued. "Fifty Shades was good for raising awareness but ultimately it was aimed at those people who perhaps have never read an erotic novel, E L James made it okay to do so. Will You Be My Fantasy is much deeper and explores the darker side of human sexuality."
Jenny wrote the book in partnership with Alix James, one of her ex clients without whom she could not have written this gripping and revealing story. Alix is not only an academic with a Master's degree in Ancient History he is also a professional proofreader. He has also written several highly successful fantasy novels.
Netherworld Publishing can be contacted via email pressroom(at)netherworldbooks(dot)com, via telephone +44 (0)845 519 7471 or from their website at http://www.netherworldbooks.com
Jenny Ainslie-Turner can be contacted via email at jennyjo45(at)hotmail(dot)com and her adult website http://www.jennyainslieturner.com.