Sexual Evolution: A Naughty Comedy of Social Madness [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Battle of the Sexes has a whole new battlefield, and neither gender is sure what to do with the prisoners of war!

Technology has finally replaced sex and everyone who pays their electric bill has a guaranteed date for Saturday night sitting on their lap(top)! Responding quickly, the federal government legislates mandatory marriage in order to maintain the species and the...
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Sexual Evolution: A Naughty Comedy of Social Madness

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Overview

The Battle of the Sexes has a whole new battlefield, and neither gender is sure what to do with the prisoners of war!

Technology has finally replaced sex and everyone who pays their electric bill has a guaranteed date for Saturday night sitting on their lap(top)! Responding quickly, the federal government legislates mandatory marriage in order to maintain the species and the tax base. A strange development indeed! Usually it’s the citizens demanding that the government get busy.

Sports club owner Peter Kurloff and Wall Street broker Carley Harper navigate this new social norm and their government-arranged nuptials with advice from master chef, Tran, the self-proclaimed “Nastiest Vietnamese to Ever Live” and feathers and leathers Calida, who actively pursues her penchant for younger men. When traditional love has become "Let's Make a Deal", can Peter and Carley’s relationship survive the newest world order? When everyone has a shotgun wedding, who pays for the ammunition?

Marketing his new technology, entrepreneur Warren Purvis MacClaren finds that being an iconic sexist pig is simply good business. After a disastrous televised interview, newscaster Gwen Taylor, as dazzlingly beautiful as she is insane, thinks Pig MacClaren has lived too long and plots an immediate pork barbecue.

Our social dynamic is turned upside down. You can run. You can panic. Or you can bravely LOL as you face the coming Sexual Evolution!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013748873
  • Publisher: Mach 1 Publishing LLC
  • Publication date: 1/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 386
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Jay Cole is a writer of immense talent and insight. He lives in Vermont on a maple syrup farm with his wife of thirty-two years, Maxine, their three lovely children, Number One, Number Two, and Number Three, and his dog, Worthless.

Cole is a prolific writer. He begins work everyday at sunup and thoroughly enjoys the simple solitude of his loft\office. Daily, he works late into the night and generally quits only when exhaustion forces him to turn to his dog for fresh ideas.

Jay Cole personally wrote this biographical blurb, and he has absolutely no shame about lying like a rug.
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