"Hilarious twist to Dickens' tale!"
Elwright Pinchneck is a miser. He's actually mad his
employees expect to have Christmas day off. And he was
really shocked at the audacity of one his employees
actually asking for more than just one day off! You see,
Elwright owns a sex shop and massage parlor and he lives in
an apartment above the store. Of course, he's too cheap to
pay for heating his apartment, so he does without. Once his
employees happily leave his establishment for the day,
Elwright finally gets to count his money, his favorite
thing to do. Since he has no interest in sex whatsoever,
money is his obsession. When he finally finishes counting
his money, twice yet, he beds down for the night with his
cat and his teddy bear.
He's awakened by a noise and grabs the shotgun by his bed.
He gets up and who does he see, but his dead partner! Once
upon a time, Elwright was a cool dude. He was even in a
rock and roll band with his partner. They were at a gig and
when they got back to their motel and Elwright and Tessa
were having fun in their room, it seems his partner had a
bit of an accident with his blow up doll. The thing
exploded and bits of his partner were scattered over three
rooms! This was the incident that turned Elwright into the
frigid miser he became, well this and his girlfriend being
a nymphomaniac. And so begins the first of Elwright's
Will Elwright ever get his sex drive back? Will he always
be a miser?
AN EROTIC CHRISTMAS CAROL is one of the funniest stories I
have read in quite some time! Emy Naso has the art
of "bawdy" down to a science as he proves with his latest
offering. Everything from the names, one of my favorite
being Carol Cleavage of A.S.S., to some of the funny things
that happen in this story, with "Tiny" Tessa finding four
boys hiding under her boobs to get out of the rain. This
story will have you laughing out loud from the very first
page to the wonderful ending. This story is a must this
holiday season. It definitely puts a twist in Dickens'
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted January 17, 2007