Amana—a supersized woman, and Steel—a fitness freak. Two dissatisfied people with very different appetites. Fate’s middle finger triggers a tailspin when they sign up for vacations at The Brain Exchange. Their odyssey will change them dramatically…but for better or worse?
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About the Author
Recovering copywriter, Robin Glasser has written for a variety of magazines ranging from Readers' Digest to Penthouse Letters where she wrote a column called "The Red Hot Woman." Her poetry has been published in Upstairs at Duroc and The Riverside Poetry Review. Ms. Glasser's novel, My Life as a Concubine, is based on her experiences in Paris or as she likes to call it, The City of Merde, and is now re-released from Smashwords or get a signed copy at: email@example.com. Robin guarantees Men at Work, her fully-illustrated book of tongue & cheeky poetry, will put twinkles in your eyes and sparkles in your pants. Don't forget to watch her fast-paced peepshows based on these poems at http://www.youtube.com/msrobinglasser. You can get a copy from firstname.lastname@example.org. Her latest novel, The Brain Exchange, is now open for biz at Smashwords: Amana—a supersized woman, and Steel—a fitness freak. Two dissatisfied people with very different appetites. Fate’s middle finger triggers a tailspin when they sign up for vacations at The Brain Exchange. Their odyssey will change them dramatically...but for better or worse? While working on her latest book, Baboon Bob, she reads at various venues in New York.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
In the not-so-distant future, in a world even more obsessed with personal appearance than it is now, two strangers make their way to the newly established Brain Exchange, hoping for a vacation from themselves. At the Brain Exchange, you can switch bodies with a celebrity or other good-looking person for a limited amount of time, but the swap has to be mutual. Amana, a sweet but corpulent bohemoth of a woman, wants to try on the body of a model before she decides that major stomach-stapling surgery is worth it. Steel, an egotistical, chauvinistic man obsessed with exercise, wants the body of a stunningly attractive actor. While Amana’s BE agent tells her that no female bodies are available at the moment, she convinces her to try on a male body. Amana is intrigued, and agrees. Steel, a truly horrible human being, ends up infuriating his agent (who’s about to leave for another job), so that she arranges for him to receive Amana’s body, while Amana, in turn, is given his body. While Steel’s reaction to his predicament should be fairly obvious, Amana is thrilled with her new body. So much so, that she decides whether or not she should give it back!<br /> <br /> Be forewarned: this piece is actually erotica, and describes lots and lots of graphic sex. I have to admit though, that it’s got a lot more going for it than most erotica I’ve ever read. It’s got memorable characters and a refreshing take on an old premise. Definitely an interesting piece that I would recommend to any fan of this genre.