Dreams Of A Lottery Winner
Love and courage outrank hate and domination, as a female soldier and her wife are chased by violent sexual predators. Only when bombs fall as the lovers kiss does true heroism prevail. Congressman Dick Bomber -- like Jeckle and Hyde -- ain't just fiction, as his brutal domination trumps peace. Does the new genre of "post gender" fiction give a brighter future? Have fun finding out. FREE E-BOOK! More
Three stories are woven together...
-- Larry van der Bix is an invisible man, unseen by women, and unimpressive to men. Even though the dork wins the lottery, and is dragged into a political campaign, the unlikely candidate takes to wearing western garb, quoting Will Rogers and twirling a lasso as the only way to woo voters. How can politics be more absurd? Maybe look at Washington.
-- Larry's best friend -- Lori L Lewis -- is an Olympiad who rejoins her beloved U.S. Army, but is stationed behind the lines in America's war on terror, and is the victim of sexual assault by a visiting Congressman. In Afghanistan, she and her commanding officer grapple with the effects of a violent sexual predator.
-- Lori's lover is a web diva who crosses the oceans to surprise Lori, sailing on "Dreamboat," a super-yacht Larry bought with lottery millions. On the journey, she is terrorized by her jealous, possessive ex-boyfriend, a stalker who stows away, bringing on a violent showdown that forces the diva to conquer her own fears to fight him off.
In the utterly absurd novel, thrown in to the mix is an Italian model who captains the Dreamboat, a crew of hard-boiled sailors, a female lawyer protecting the soldier, and a pair of skateboarders who help fight a band of scurrilous digital pirates, evil politicians, Bollywood dancers, the gravelly-voiced Governor of California and his even the smiling Joe Biden.
The book is part of a new genre of "post gender" fiction in which love and courage outrank hatred and domination. Heroism is not defined by one's shape or gender. Perhaps "post gender" fiction coins a phrase, as Dick Bomber etches a name, like Dr. Jeckel and Mr. Hyde.