I for one love your work. The photos depict women with sensuality and strength. There are details in your work that make them interesting, but not distracting. The use of light is exceptional and softly creates depth to your work. I've always tried to do the same in my work, but you seem to have found the way of making it work in every shot. Yes, the women are nude,but it's art and you can't please everyone. The women look relaxed and comfortable with their nudity, totally in control.
Thank you for sharing your work with us,
When I started building model aircraft/starships and doing my wood working, my grandfather told me that not everyone would appreciate my work. So, once I made a "what if" model and got jumped on by several "experts" who all told me that I had committed a serious error. I told them "I built it, I painted it, and I'll paint it pink and purple if I want to."
Do what you do for yourself and the people who appreciate your work. As for the others...if they do not like it, they do not have to look at it.
You're a talented young lady...never forget that.
As Robert A. Heinlein once said "A critic has never done one creative thing and therefore feels qualified to judge other's creativity."