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Shrinkage

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by Luke Young
 
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"5 STARS...Laugh out loud funny! Nothing heavy or life-altering here just a devilishly fun read that will make you laugh out loud."

"5 STARS...Refreshing... Laugh out funny, remarkably clever. Read it."

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Got Shrinkage?

Here's what readers who've experienced Shrinkage are saying:

"5 STARS...Laugh out loud funny! Nothing heavy or life-altering here just a devilishly fun read that will make you laugh out loud."

"5 STARS...Refreshing... Laugh out funny, remarkably clever. Read it."

"5 STARS...OMG this is one funny book...funny from the first page to the last. A must read."

"5 STARS...Hilarious...VERY funny read."

"5 STARS...Hilarious...This book was great, completely hilarious. I was laughing out loud a lot."

Is it in yet? It's the phrase that no man ever wants to hear. Luckily, Tim Garrett has never heard those words. At least he has never heard them out loud despite being on the wrong side of the bell curve in the male endowment department.

It has taken many years, but Tim has finally come to terms with being slightly below average below the belt. His life isn't bad, he doesn't hate his job, his girlfriend Jill is hot and doesn't seem to mind his physical attribute. Things are good. That is, until the day Jill dumps him and his world comes crashing down around him.

That's when Tim decides to make some changes in his life; big changes. When a bizarre mixture of pills combined with a not-as-directed, inventive use of an electronic device prove incredibly successful, Tim's life begins to change for the better both in and out of the bedroom. But when things grow a little too much, everything spins out of control and the words be careful what you wish for begin to take on an entirely new meaning.

SHRINKAGE is a somewhat raunchy and completely funny comedy, which is intended for contemporary mature audiences only. (Whatever the hell that means...)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012710284
Publisher:
Luke Young
Publication date:
02/09/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
236,165
File size:
253 KB

Meet the Author

Luke Young is the bestselling author of the Friends With...Benefits series as well as the novel Chances Aren't.

Young's Friends With...Benefits novels are filled with passion, longing, comedy, and, yes, sex. His relationship comedies feature strong, sexy female characters -- women who seize every opportunity for fun and don't let a little thing like age stand in the way of love or desire. In each book Young sets different wheels in motion, applying his comedic touch and pitch-perfect ear for playful couples' banter. The result is warm, funny, sexy storytelling at its best.

Young got his start writing screenplays, which earned the praise of contest judges while never quite making it to the "green light." He adapted his second screenplay into a novel and found himself hooked on the new form. Since then, he's released five novels, one novella, and one short story.

Young's prolific nature is a gift to fans across the globe who have enthusiastically embraced the Friends With...Benefits series. This fan support has driven the books up the Kindle bestseller lists. If you enjoy romance, sex, and unexpected hilarity, you will love Young's books.

You can find Luke at www.lukeyoungbooks.com or write to him directly at .

Young also writes "spicier" books under the pen name Ian Dalton. If you like your sexy comedy heavy on the sexy, be sure to check out Dalton's Victoria Wilde series. For more information on how Ian Dalton's Victoria Wilde series relates to the Friends With...Benefits series please see the "Who Is Ian Dalton" area of his website.

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shrinkage 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shrinkage is the first book I've read by Luke Young. I've read four of his other books as Ian Dalton and I'm totally hooked on his Victoria Wilde series (Inappropriate Thoughts, Secret Thoughts, Revealing Thoughts, Second Thoughts...the steamier versions of Friends With (fill in blank) Benefits written as Luke Young). I love this author's ribald outrageous humor. Note: I understand the Ian Dalton books will be available as Nook books about mid November 2012. If you enjoy penis humor, Shrinkage is a quick, fun, lighthearted read (196 pages) with plenty of laugh out loud moments as a young man tries to enhance his assets. As a woman, I could even identify with Tim Garrett obsessing over his body parts. That is, when I was very young and didn't know squat. Now I can once again laugh about that pink plastic exerciser that guaranteed an increase in bust size. Good times.
cinful1121 More than 1 year ago
C'mon who can resist a book all about a man's manhood?! I will admit I had no idea how this author was gonna pull off (hehehe) an entire book covering this particular topic, but I'm happy to report his effort is a laugh out loud success! I mean of course women are aware men obsess about their... attributes just as much as we do even though they'd rather die than admit it *LOL*. This author has provided a refreshing no macho BS (well except Rick the...), behind the gender lines look at the male pysche and their social interactions at large. It is clever, well-paced and carries a great message to boot. Are there any life altering revelations revealed or some let's say borderline cheesy things said, well yeah but duh the book is about MEN and their manhood what'd'ya expect hahaha. Definitely pick this one up and give it a read the title alone should convince you to do so ;-)
DolphinChick More than 1 year ago
Soooo funny! I had in mind the oh so funny Seinfeld episode when I saw the name of the book. so in that context, if it was a show more about George's life and bad choices and on a pay cable channel with really raunchy comedian, then it totally fits!! It's very adult humor, so be warned!! But there were a several parts that I just had to read out loud, between hysterical fits of laughter, to my husband who was also busting up! All in all it's about coming to terms with who you are and finding great happiness there! A super funny way to get there I must say!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago