Shrinkage

Adult
Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
When one guy with one “little” problem stumbles onto one “BIG” solution things go really well for a while. Really, really well… But when “things” grow a little too much everything spins out of control.

Shrinkage and not the easily reversible cold pool water kind. More

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Words: 3,140
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466062849
About Luke Young

Not counting rampant Internet piracy over 1.4 million people worldwide have downloaded Luke Young's books! Some of those 1.4 million have even read them and a large portion of those who've read them have really, really enjoyed them.

Luke's uniquely funny and edgy Friends With Benefits series are his most popular works. Friends With Partial Benefits is the first book in the series and it's permanently free! Find out what the hell "Partial Benefits" really are and be introduced to Jillian, Victoria, Brian and Rob. Inside you'll come to know this wild, fun and amazing group of characters who share far too much with one another and where no dare, practical joke or topic of conversation is off-limits.

Luke is also the author of the series prequel, Friends Wanting Benefits and several stand alone comedies including Chances Aren't, Chocolate Covered Billionaire Navy SEAL, Shrinkage and a hilarious parody of Gone Girl titled, Go Away Girl.

Don't miss the short film adapted from the first novel in Luke's Friends With Benefits series. The link can be found on this page.

Please visit Luke's website at www.lukeyoungbooks.com or you can email him directly at lukebyoung@gmail.com.

Luke 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. http://lukeyoungbooks.com/who-is-ian-dalton/

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Reviews

Review by: Francine Richert on Oct. 07, 2011 :
Who can resist a book with a title like Shrinkage? Then read the synopsis and you will be hooked! It's win-win for a light and humourous read. I loved reading a story for once about a man and his feelings of inadequacy, much like we women feel everyday. It is a very tongue-in-cheek book that handles the situation with lots of fun and laughter, something that we all need in the world today. I even talked to some of male friends about it and they wanted to read it, said Mr. Young shouldn't be revealing too many male secrets.
This is a very light, very adult read, fun to read with your man ladies, and watch him laugh and cringe!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: cinful1121 on Sep. 25, 2011 :
C'mon who can resist a book all about a man's penis?! 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 bullshit (well except Rick the Dick), 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 PENISES what'd'ya expect hahaha. Definitely pick this one up and give it a read the title alone should convince you to do so ;-)
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: dolphinchick on Sep. 14, 2011 :
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!!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Hannah Hummel on Sep. 09, 2011 :
Everyone gets caught up from time to time on those parts of our life we 'think' need improvement, this story is a great testimony to the fact that the grass isn't always greener on the other side and sometimes people get way too hung up on little things (Erm... no pun intended). It's an awesome look into a man's mind and somehow comforting to know they have just as many hang-ups as we women do. Nothing heavy or life-altering here just a devilishly fun read that will make you laugh out loud.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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