Erotic Distraction No2 Cosmically Ordering Sex from a God with a Devilish Sense of Humour [NOOK Book]

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I, the author, because I'm a wellbeing speaker. know that God has an 'offbeat' sense of humour.

They say 'be careful what you ask for'... I say, don't bother, you're going to get your butt kicked anyway brother or sister.

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Erotic Distraction No2 Cosmically Ordering Sex from a God with a Devilish Sense of Humour

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Overview

I, the author, because I'm a wellbeing speaker. know that God has an 'offbeat' sense of humour.

They say 'be careful what you ask for'... I say, don't bother, you're going to get your butt kicked anyway brother or sister.

Read More Show Less

Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011337338
  • Publisher: Frankie Lassut
  • Publication date: 6/21/2011
  • Series: Erotic Distractions
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 131 KB

Meet the Author

Against all the odds, Frankie manages to write books and remain sane (ish) while working with two women, which is probably why they call themselves Wonky Books. The reason why they do this is fairly simple. Firstly, Frankie can't help writing books, as the process feels very good indeed. Secondly, if the reader gets as much fun from reading the titles as the team has during the writing process (proofing, formatting etc), then that's another person smiling ... mission accomplished.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2011

    Boring

    Disjointed. I wouldn't recommend it. Not very cohesive.

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  • Posted July 8, 2011

    Well ! Lol

    It is an interesting point of view and well made. I had to laugh, a few times at it. It is a crazy thought to include God in our messed up issues but hey it would make one think differently. Lol . l gave it three stars for the newness of an ideal and for the laughs.
    It is the diary of a man working through sex issues. One may have to understand the crazyness of the issue to get the point. For me one to many psychology classes, or maybe I just have isssues my self but I got why it is funny and what he was learning. Not so good as reading for a storys point of view however.

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