Ida Tornovski's Boxed Set of Three Short Satires: Interludes, Intermezzo and Intercourse, are slightly erotic stories about Life, Lust and Love. Interludes are dating spoofs of one woman's trysts and tribulations. Intermezzo takes you into 1965 the spy-laced Vienna where three sexy adults role-play with fantasy, jealousy and betrayal. Intercourse - a spoof - explores definitions of the very word. More
Ida Tornovski's short story collection is told with dry wit and humor, sprinkled with a generous dose of skepticism about the romantic notion we call Love. Combined in this Boxed Set of Three Short Satires: Interludes, Intermezzo, and Intercourse, are sophisticated erotica stories about Life, Lust and Love.
Interludes are dating spoofs of one woman's trysts and tribulations with would-be and has-been lovers whose actions and reactions are lacking a certain truthfulness and romance.
Intermezzo takes you into 1965 the spy-laced Vienna of the Cold War era. Three sexy adults role-play with humorous romance turning into fantasy, jealousy and betrayal. They call it Love. As the action takes place in a hotel across from the Vienna Opera house, the conclusion of this parody is reinforced by the last words of Leoncavallo's "Pagliacci."
Intercourse explores dictionary definitions of the very word that evokes such imagery. A girl with the unfortunate name of Fata Morgana morphs from a shy and pimply cygnet into a nubile swan. This is achieved only via teenage angst and the learning curve from three other young women. Their fancy Swiss academy is an all-girl school; however, there is the young Italian gardener.