Thank you all for your replies, I thank to Goodness that we live in countries where we can speak our minds without any sensor.
I've been 'get to the point' here, all because I didn't want to name one of these books. It's clear there should be an example for clarity; one of the titles is "Daddy you are too Big". The other titles roughly follow this theme.
My problem with this title (and other similar titles):
- If the book is about adult erotica then why does the title appear to be aimed to attract at a child?
- A child of seven may come across this book (remember Amazon doesn't appear to have a filter), he/she reads the titles and believes this book is about, 'Daddy your eye's are too big, your ears are too big, your teeth are too big'; there are connotations to the story "Little Red Riding-Hood". Also, one of the books are offered for free, which could be another draw for a child.
- I don't know a child over the age of 10 that would call her Dad 'Daddy' - unless of course they were after staying up late. The title appears to violate the special Daddy/Child trust.
- In the subtitles of the book, there is a mention of 'step-dad', but apart from the difference in DNA, surely a step-dad is no less a father that a biological one. (Accepting of course that there are good and bad step-dads, just like there are good and bad biological fathers.) I don't apologies for linking the word 'trust' again.
- It's against International Law for anyone to have porn images of a child or children on their computers, AND for good reason. IMO written words hold far more sexual tension than images. Words have a way of fixing the subject in our brains through our imaginings
I do believe the imagination at times can, for some, transfer to a real situation. No exaggeration, I have stared into the eyes of a crazed murderer! Agreed I was playing a paint-ball game at the time. The guy concerned got a bit carried away, his face told everything he was thinking at the time, and it took a while to detach this guy from his fantasy.
In the UK yesterday, the body of a 12 year old girl was found at her grandmother's house, apparently the step-grandfather has been arrested and charged with her murder. At this stage of the case, the cause and motive of death is yet to be established.
Could there be a possibility, that this apparent murderer would have read this book if he stumbled upon it? If he had read this book, or one like it, could this have tipped him over the edge?