Like Warm Sun on Nekkid Bottoms

Front Cover, 2008 - Fiction - 408 pages
4 Reviews
A clothing executive, a stripper, a comic book collector and a minister are stuck in a nudist colony! A screwball comedy in the P.G. Wodehouse tradition, if Wodehouse had had a libido. Without meaning to, Corky Wopplesdown has just gotten sexy lingerie model, Wisper Nuckeby, fired. In an effort to somehow make things right he sets off on a wild journey to find her while in the unlikely company of a rude, horny stripper, a repressed minister, an unexpected fiancee and a comic book collecting pervert. Then Corky's car breaks down in the tiny hamlet of Nikkid Bottoms, a little, coastal village where the sun is warm, the people are nice, and the clothing is optional. Funny, edgy and wickedly satirical, this is the irreverent Chuck Austen writing at his ingeniously zany, and unbelievably outrageous best. Fully illustrated.

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User Review  - Malcolmaffleck - Goodreads

This wasn't a bad book in the sense that it made me laugh a few times and the main character (although spineless) was fairly amusing, but some sections of the book simply failed to make sense. Given ... Read full review

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User Review  - Corinne - Goodreads

If you want to read a book that talks only about getting boners in awkward places (but nothing else! no real story line or character development!) than this is the book for you. Couldn't finish it. Read full review

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