The Lord of Twinks Bottom (a very British gay romance)
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Save it for when you are in the mood for a pick-me-up feel good story. This will do the trick! View all 3 comments. Jun 02, Nick Pageant rated it really liked it Shelves: A love interest with an endearing speech impediment? A dog named Reggie? Or is it a dog named Wedgie? This book had me laughing out loud and getting some stares on the train to work. It is hilarious and very sweet as well. View all 17 comments. Nov 03, Vanessa North rated it really liked it.
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This is the most ridiculous, innuendo-ridden, double-entendre-laden, over-the-top bit of silliness I have read possibly ever in my life. View all 12 comments. Oct 28, Sara rated it it was amazing Shelves: I just know that I thoroughly enjoyed every bit of this story. While at the estate agents office he notices a place that could possibly suit him properly. Yeah, the book is THAT funny.
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Tracy and his back stories were touchingly humorous, how can you not laugh at The Wank Olympics but with it you get the emotional connection that I need; the connection and the depth of character that drives a story and makes you keep reading. If I had just one wish in life, it would be to know how it feels to be able to create something just as beautiful.
I love a character with flaws and Rory and his adoring flaw had me swooning even when there would not be a swoonable line to be read.
It was just Wor-wee and his ways that melted me. Add Tracy to that mix and these two had me laughing and then swooning so damn hard I feel out of my chair. What matters is this was a fun, sexy, ridiculous, heartwarming, chock-full of double entendres and a wonderful story about finding yourself.
Tracy smiled to himself. One last bit to the author…if you have read my review of Right Hand Red you will know my love of goo. Thank you for including it, Danni. View all 8 comments. Oct 27, Justin rated it really liked it. View all 11 comments. Nov 12, Heather K dentist in my spare time marked it as to-read Shelves: View all 5 comments. This was cute, silly, and funny, but not being British myself, I think a bit of the humor went over my head. The parts I did get were quite quotable. Rory and Tracy were nice together, but I was a bit weirded out by Rory's speech impediment.
I've never met an adult with that problem, but both my little brothers saw a speech therapist for rhotacism, so I kept hearing Rory as a little kid in my head.
The Lord of Twink's Bottom
I kept having to remind myself that he was a fully grown man and Tracy was not lusting over some l This was cute, silly, and funny, but not being British myself, I think a bit of the humor went over my head. I kept having to remind myself that he was a fully grown man and Tracy was not lusting over some little boy.
I also thought the end was a bit abrupt, I looked down at the Kindle and went "What? Although the final resting place of Rory's phallus was hilarious. Nov 20, Heller rated it really liked it Shelves: Shook my head many a time, laughed and went for it. It was crazy fun but there was a lovely emotional connection between Tracy and Rory underneath all the insanity.
Mar 31, M'rella rated it really liked it Shelves: I am glad I stuck with the book. Not sure if the overload of sexual innuendos and jokes was actually funny, but it was somewhat amusing. Nov 14, J. Merrow rated it it was amazing. Totally daft, and a lot of fun. Oct 28, Vivian rated it really liked it Shelves: Absurdly, ridiculously amusing and so OTT that either you'll love this story or despise it. View all 10 comments.
Jun 06, Meep rated it it was amazing Shelves: VERY British, quirky, camp high jinx told with a big wink. Not one to take seriously it's a simple silly caper - exactly what I was in the mood for.
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Innuendo follows innuendo with a few feels thrown in there to. There's the feel good of being yourself with all the fizz there is. Cream-pies, pots of tea and a seventies porno 'tash.
I'd have liked a longer stay in the village, the ending came a little quick with a big topiary bang; it left me wan oooh Matron! I'd have liked a longer stay in the village, the ending came a little quick with a big topiary bang; it left me wanting more. Would love a little sequel! My pets were judging me. Hubby knew better than to ask. View all 6 comments. I kind of hated this, but I don't like the Coen brothers either.
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Not that this is like a Coen brothers movie; it's flufflier and utterly silly, a bit of stylized camp with shrubbery in the shape of cocks and asses, and cupcakes shaped like breasts complete with nipples. I giggled a couple times and then got bored quickly. There is no steam factor here either, but there is an MC with a moustache and rhotacism the speech impediment gags got old real fast. Jan 06, Sheri rated it really liked it Shelves: Are you a Monty Python fan?
Are you a boys lovin' boys fan? Are you a ohh-so-very-British fan? Then I'll move over and make room, cuz I'd bet a cream pie you'll find yourself in the Twink's Bottom fan club too. Over the top, unbelievably silly, and down right hilarious. Most definitely a 'mood' story. Save this quirky erotic tale for a rainy day when you need a touch of brightening. I was having a bloody rotten day and Tracy and Rory pushed away the clouds and had me giggling so hard my cheeks ache Are you a Monty Python fan?
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I was having a bloody rotten day and Tracy and Rory pushed away the clouds and had me giggling so hard my cheeks ached and sides hurt. It's not sexy snark or your typical cheeky comedy I love British humor. I lived for the next episode of Blackadder whenever it was shown on the telly see, I picked up some slang. Only Fools and Horses has a cult status in my country.
I also like British cosy mysteries set in small towns where everybody knows your name forgive me for borrowing from American sitcom. That said, this book wasn't like these mentioned above. Apart from one inst I love British humor. Apart from one instance where it surprised a laugh out of me and one or two clever innuendoes and turns of phrase, it just wasn't funny.
In fact, I don't know what was intended for this story to be: It left me with so many questions about characters including MCs and the town. But, the most damning thing about it was that it was boring. After the initial interest when Tracy came into town, it completely lost me. I hoped for some quirky town characters and I've got a greedy baker and a comic book villain who, btw, was dispatched through heavenly intervention - by topiary in a shape of giant penis.
The writing was competent, but that wasn't enough. It should have been fun and funny. Dec 29, Lori rated it really liked it. The humour in this book is as British as fish and chips. Reminiscent of the classic Carry On film the double entendres come thick and fast. A bit like the hero Tracy really - wink, wink ;. A fabulous fun read. Nov 13, Hanne rated it really liked it Shelves: What can I say! If you're not a fan of over-the-top silly Monty Pythonesque humour, then don't read this. I'm a sucker for double-entendres, innuendo, caricature of "English country life" including phallic topiary and silly names there are some weirdly names villages in Britain in RL.
I alternated between giggles, out-loud laughing and groaning when it went over the top. I'm still snickering when I think about 4. I'm still snickering when I think about "Wedddddggggie" Nov 13, Elle Beasee rated it liked it. This was so delightfully light-hearted and humorous. I read it with a grin from ear to ear and smirked at the euphemisms and naughtiness of it all. I felt a little homesick reading something so deliciously British; I wonder what the topiary gardens in Enfield would say if I presented them with a phallus-shaped privet I'm still laughing to myself here.