Thanks, That Was Fun

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Jordan Lockhart is 30, oversexed, underemployed, and screwed up. When her boyfriend falls for his bisexual neighbor, Jordan decides to give up on love once and for all. Then, she meets Louis. Barely 20, sweetly naive and impossibly gorgeous, Louis is a gift from the gods. When he announces his intention to move to the Alaskan wilderness, Jordan hatches a desperate, hilarious plan to make him stay. More

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Words: 100,850
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465797087
About Andie Nash

Originally from Indianapolis (Kurt Vonnegut's hometown), Andie Nash is the author of "Thanks, That Was Fun", available on Smashwords. She is also Managing Editor of the online literary journal Praxis Magazine.

Nash appeared on The Today Show in March 2011 and was interviewed on BBC Radio 5 in April 2011. She was also featured on ABC's 20/20 in June 2012 on the episode "Caught in a Bad Romance" and was profiled for the show "Who the Bleep Did I Marry?" on the Investigation Discovery Channel season 3 episode "Stranger In My House."

Reviews

Review by: Angela Weldon on Sep. 24, 2011 :
Reading Thanks, That Was Fun, I felt like I was watching a movie or gossiping with my closest girlfriends over a bottomless glass of wine. The characters are well developed and the plot oddly suspenseful. I read it in two sittings, mesmerized by Nash’s ability to illustrate a very complicated and emotional time in this young woman’s life, without pontification and with plenty of humor. And, it's the best sex I've ever read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Doug Toft on July 10, 2011 :
I wish I’d had this book as a teenager, when womens’ sexual response was a dark, moist, distant mystery to me. The sex scenes in this book (there are plenty) took me straight into a female, heterosexual psyche and reported moment-by-moment responses. This was more instructive than anything presented during my 8th grade “sex-ed” class.

But there’s much more going on here. Just beneath the booze, joints, and genital juices is an inquiry into the nature of enlightenment. And it starts where we all begin—with figuring out how to make it through the night.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: John Brooks on July 10, 2011 :
A exploration of values and modern relationships that is at time funny at others sad and able to summon up that empty feeling may of us have at one time or another experienced.
Well worth a read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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