"With this collection of erotic flash-fiction, Liam Holt reveals himself to be a master of the comic, ironic style.
Most of the dozen "flashes" here are like little Twilight Zone episodes within the world of sex: an innocuous set-up, then -- BAM -- the zinger. Think it's easy? Try..." Darren
"A stepmother must deal with a young man's rather convenient medical "problem". Gotta tread carefully with the description here, but let's just say the kid has physical dimensions approximating a horse, and perhaps gobbles a bottle of vitamin E per day with a dozen oysters, washing that down..." Darren
"Very ironic situation. Man tries to make more of himself to please his paramour, ends up totally at her mercy. Sweet, touching story. Would have liked to have him explore her lady cavern, but the story still delivered in spades!" Paul
"Reading Laundry Day made me feel like being a young girl again secretly reading the "good parts" of the romance novels and men's magazines I managed to get my hands on. The book is just a touch romantic with this sense of humor I just want more of. Cheri Lille is an author like..." Roxanne Bordeaux
"Phenomenal. I want to read it again and again for all the nuances and the clues to the mysterious ending. And the women. I think I'm learning to love them as much as O'Connor does!" T. Baker