Friday, January 14, 2011

No Lady!

No Lady and Her Tramp by Kristie Leigh Maguire and Mark Haeuser is A quirky hysterically hilarious read that is down and dirty!

The steamy, very descriptive sex in No Lady and Her Tramp puts Harold Robbins’ books to shame. The one thing Mr. Robbins’ books did not have is the humor that illuminates in this work of art.

No Lady is one woman’s accounting of the trials, tribulations, and antics of her life, and all of the other colorful characters (some even use the politically incorrect term of trailer trash to describe them) who live in President Park, a run down trailer park in Grapevine, Kentucky.

You may find the palms of your hands sweat, among other things, from the titillating sex that fill the pages. You will also find yourself laughing aloud, as humor runs consistently throughout the book.

These two authors, Kristie Leigh Maguire and Mark Haeuser, by putting their talents together, have written a very funny book laced with pure, unadulterated steam.

Download to your Kindle or Nook for only $2.99.
5 star review from Steve Carpenter:
Anyone who has ever lived in, driven by, or even thought about life in a trailer park will laugh out loud at the goings on in No lady and Her Tramp.

Beth Ann Dixon gets her hands on a computer and sets about writing a romance novel. Her efforts are complicated by the various hilarious characters who live in President's Park: Beth Ann's drunkard husband Billy Ray, the small-town gossip columnist and full-time busybody Shirley Snodgrass, and Billy Ray's drunken, idiotic bunch of friends (they decide to pull off a military-style mission but can't figure out how to synchronize their watches).

I have not read much from this genre, but I've read enough to know that one can expect plenty of steamy scenes, and the book doesn't hold back on that front, so reader be warned.

But what truly took me by surprise was the humor. Whether it's sex, love, gossip, ambition, or just plain stupidity, the world of the story is populated with characters that are very, very funny and surprisingly real.

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