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You know it's a guilty pleasure. It starts out innocently enough, of course. An interest. A curiosity, if you would. But it definitely is enough to get you to explore it more and in greater detail. But that's not enough. You can feel your heart racing, your breath growing short.
You want to find out more.
You need to find out more.
You need to explore the twisted mind that you know as Joe Mudak. Who is he? What is this all about? Where will it all end? You know it's wrong but it feels so right, so passionate, so sensual, so ... needful. Now that the beast within you has been uncaged, the only thing you can do is feed it, and feed it you shall...
Exposed to mind-altering cartoons, movies, and books as a child, Joe Mudak grew up with a hidden shadow personality that schemed to show the world the joys of reading erotica and now, you can see for yourself the results of those schemes.
Let Joe Mudak into your mind; you won't regret it....
A. Regina Cantatis
on Dec. 30, 2013 :
At least two of the three researchers involved in the project at the heart of "Nanogynecology" are ethical people. The third probably thinks she is too, but she doesn't have a problem with secretly participating in her own experiment.
Because of the other two lead characters, the story starts off very clinically, like what you'd expect from a real OB/GYN research study; but once Liz gets her swerve on, it turns into more of an '80's-era sex comedy. I kept thinking of an even-more-explicit version of Animal House or Porky's.
This is a story for fans of mind control who like a little humor and don't like their stories *too* dark.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on May 19, 2013 :
Nanobots that can give you constant updates as to your health? Good idea. Nanobots that can provide a female equivalent of viagra? Sounds like a good idea...but what happens when they don't do what you're expecting? You get a lot of women that are REALLY turned on ALL of the time.
Expect to enjoy reading about it. I sure did.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on May 17, 2013 :
Nanobots turn unwitting women into insatiable sluts! But rather than a sinister plot, this time it's a poor lonely computer-scientist's yen to program the ultimate sex-toy, to spice up her own troubled love-life. And it works! At first...
An engaging story of scientific progress, shy and then increasingly bold erotic adventures, and a few questions left in the aftermath...
(reviewed the day of purchase)