eBook The Klutz epub

by Murphy Childs

eBook The Klutz epub
  • ISBN: 1467921505
  • Author: Murphy Childs
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Humor & Satire
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 25, 2011)
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • ePUB size: 1973 kb
  • FB2 size 1150 kb
  • Formats mobi azw lit lrf


The Klutz is a sexy, romantic comedy set in the small town of Show Low Arizona

The Klutz is a sexy, romantic comedy set in the small town of Show Low Arizona. The Klutz is a sexy, romantic comedy set in the small town of Show Low Arizona. Have you ever lived in a small town where everyone knows everyone? It’s the kind of place where people still talk about how you bloodied the red head kid’s nose in the third grade; at your 30th birthday party. Every deed and misdeed in your life is known by all. Every failed romance and The Klutz is a sexy, romantic comedy set in the small town of Show Low Arizona. Have you ever lived in a small town where everyone knows everyone?

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The Klutz is a sexy, romantic comedy set in the small town of Show Low Arizona. Have you ever lived in a small town where everyone knows everyone? It's the kind of place where people still talk about how you bloodied the red head kid's nose in the third grade; at your 30th birthday party. Every failed romance and indiscretion is the subject of talk over a beer.

With The Klutz Guide to the Galaxy, you can explore the universe without leaving the comfort of your backyard. When the scientists at Klutz Labs tackle outer space, questions like "where's the Big Dipper?" are just the beginning. Flick on the red-lense flashlight § specially designed to keep your night vision intact § to consult the Tourist Map of the Moon and super-simple star charts. We also ponder important stuff like "How likely is it that a meteor will fall from the sky and squash me flat?" and "If I lived on Mercury, am I already old enough to drive?" and "Why do they call them MoonPies?"

Lois Barclay Murphy (March 23, 1902 – December 24, 2003) was an American developmental psychologist who had an important impact on the study of normal child development.

Lois Barclay Murphy (March 23, 1902 – December 24, 2003) was an American developmental psychologist who had an important impact on the study of normal child development.

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The Klutz is a sexy, romantic comedy set in the small town of Show Low Arizona. Have you ever lived in a small town where everyone knows everyone? It’s the kind of place where people still talk about how you bloodied the red head kid’s nose in the third grade; at your 30th birthday party. Every deed and misdeed in your life is known by all. Every failed romance and indiscretion is the subject of talk over a beer. And every time a girl has a chance at happiness, someone with a grudge from high school wants to squash it. Susan Pierce, the most accident prone woman in the history of Show Low, has just been evicted from her house. Susan is divorced, has no job, has to find a place to live, and has two teen daughters she needs to take care of. Her ex-husband isn’t sending child support and she’s had trouble maintaining relationships since her divorce. The guys she meets keep getting broken and their property destroyed. Welcome the flatland contractor, Bill Miller, to the mountain town of Show Low in the White Mountains of Arizona. Bill and Susan meet in a collision in front of the court house and its all downhill from there. Follow Bill and Susan and their friends in whirlwind, Sadie Hawkins style romances. Susan’s daughters are trying to find their way through the minefield of their teen years and the grownups are often more confusing than helpful. Bill and his friends are determined to remain virtuous and wait until they are married for any serious extracurricular activities. Susan and her friends don’t like the virtue idea at all and are determined to break down the men’s resolve. Along the way they all get a lesson in what love really means.
Comments: (6)
Dainris
I have yet to be disappointed by Murphy's stories. What can happen to a woman who epitomises the worlds example of a blonde who can slip and fall on an icy walkway in the middle of summer. Her actions epitomisesBlondes under Murphy's Law (another Murphy). And who's daughter closely follows in her mother's stumbling footsteps. Now if I was looking for a sub title, "Oy Veh ..." comes to mind.
Kesalard
Murphy Childs needs to write more books..It is an absolute funny,laugh out loud, good story..I got to laughing so hard at some points that I had to quit reading for a few..If you like romance and comedy, the Klutz is the one to buy/get for free..Thanks, Murphy Childs,for the laughs and an awesome story :)
Daron
I really loved this story as it let me laugh all the way through, yet managed to be inciteful as well. I see some real close-mindedness in at least a couple of the reviews posted before this, and would address that by saying it is only nature that would cause a man to become aroused by nubile teenagers running around in see through nighties. If a woman really trusts a man who is not their father to be around them and he is honorable enough to do so without molesting them, it's all good! A man cannot help a physical reaction to visual stimuli! The test is what he does about it. As to the mother's acceptance, what else can she do? An intelligent woman would realise he can't help it, just as Susan did. Lighten up, people! Anyway, I found it to be a really good, enjoyable read adn highly recommend it!
Neol
I really wanted to like this book. In some parts I did. However, the author's preoccupation with the pre-teen and teenage daughters' sexuality is disturbing. When the hero gets a hard on for the teenagers and the mother thinks that's okay the story really lost me. The author mentions how sexy the two daughters are more than once, talks about their inappropriately revealing sleepwear, and has the adults engaging in sexual acts when the girls are in the next room of a very thin-walled trailer listening in. In an effort to make this "okay" the hero and heroine have a long conversation about what is okay and what is not... Susan encourages Bill to not be ashamed of being turned on by her daughters, encourages him to let them know how he reacts to them, and to flirt with her daughters, too. All with the explicit understanding that he'd never actually act on any of these feelings. Because, as you know, watching child pornography is okay while making it is not... wait that's not true! Not being a man, and not having experienced attraction to any teenager (save when I was one) this may be a really normal natural reaction. However, I sure hope it isn't. Besides creating a really unsafe environment for the girls in the story, I find it difficult to believe any mother would be okay with her daughters becoming competition for her new boyfriend's attention.

A further issue with the story that pale in comparison are the absolutely unbelievable way not just one or two but four different men from Bill's company immediately and hopelessly fall in love with Susan's friends. I was willing to suspend disbelief for two... but four? Really?

I won't even mention the antagonist couple's relationship. Ugh.

I'm not sure who the target audience is for this book, but it sure as heck isn't your average female romance reader.
Shakagul
I started to post a review yesterday. I hadn't posted a review but I liked the story so I decided to since this looked like a new author. I read the reviews that were already posted. There were two posted with two completely different views of the story. One was so disturbing that I had to take a second look at the book to see if I missed something.

This story made me laugh out loud when I was sitting by myself. I don't do that often so that says something to me about how funny it was. There was more to the story than just being funny though. I thought it had two major messages buried under the comedy. The first was that there are good reasons for abstinence before marriage. That message alone is unusual in society today and I thought the author explained the reasons well to adults and teens. The second was that there is a difference between lust and love and explained how to figure out which was which. The story line explained the difference to a teenage girl and it kept her from going forward with a plan that she was too young for. Anyone that has tried to tell a teenager not to do something knows that it doesn't work. Giving them a reason not to do something in terms they understand and give them the tools to make their own decisions does work. I learned that from personal experience with one current teen and one that has graduated to a rational human being.

Getting past the funny story and what I think were the messages of the story. Klutz is a story about a budding relationship between a man and a woman. Every new relationship has challenges and issues to work out. Adding a teen of any gender to the problems a new relationship faces makes it nearly impossible to establish a healthy new relationship. The question becomes what kind of guiding principal the couple uses to solve the issues they face. It is pretty clear from the US divorce rate that honesty and integrity are not how most of those problems are addressed. I think the author was trying to create characters that did use those traits. I'm not saying they were completely believable, but they were funny. Some of the other relationships are a little farfetched too. A lot of fiction is that way but if I'm reading for comedy then farfetched is fine.

The relationship of the antagonists was disgusting. That was something that I was going to mention in my original review. When I reviewed the story to figure out what I wanted to write it occurred to me that they were about as strong a contrast with the protagonists as you could get. Most stories that I read have a contrast between the good and the bad. This one seemed to have a sharper contrast than most and I don't think it needed that sharp a contrast.

I certainly wouldn't recommend this book for teens. But, I managed to read some Harold Robbins books when I was a teen and they weren't recommended for teens either. I didn't attack every boy in school and I don't think I suffered brain damage. Eventually I even managed to grow up and raise my own kids. Taken at face value; this is a funny story with some mature themes but nothing worse than can be seen on television any night of the week and a lot better than what is billed for teens on some of the cable channels.
Malien
What is going on with this book? It was horrible,and I was angry at myself for actually finishing it. The relationships in the book were all completely unbelievable and the fact that it was made to look okay that a 30 something year old man was getting turned on by a 14 and 16 year old was just disturbing. Really, what kind of mother would tolerate that from any man, let alone a man she just met? And the whole scenario with Mary and the "Pretty Boys"-- WTF? Please don't waste your time reading this book.
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