An author who went viral for writing an erotic book about the coronavirus is back with another odd but timely romance about President Trump's Twitter feed.
Earlier this year, author M.J. Edwards published 'Kissing the Coronavirus' about a female doctor working on a COVID-19 vaccine, who is overcome with desire when the virus suddenly becomes human.
Now, she's out with an equally bizarre sophomore attempt called 'Penetrated by the President's Twitter Feed' about a woman who 'just cannot find good sex' ... 'until she reads the President’s Twitter feed.'
Satirical smut: ' Penetrated by the President's Twitter Feed ' about a woman who 'just cannot find good sex' ... 'until she reads the President’s Twitter feed'
The funny book has earned mixed reviews from readers who say it's a 'gift from God' but also beg the author to stop writing
The main character 'figures out exactly how to get her juices flowing' after reading Trump's tweets (pictured Oct. 19)
'What's the only thing sexier than sex?... Power,' reads the description.
'Bethanie Boiker just cannot find good sex. She’s tried everything. Or should that be... everyone. But there’s nobody out there who pushes her buttons, flexing their incredible displays of power in the way that gets her juices flowing (so to speak).
'That is, until she reads the President’s Twitter feed. Then, Beth figures out exactly how to get her juices flowing...'
It is unclear how, exactly, the character has sex with a Twitter feed, but M.J. Edwards' earlier tongue-in-cheek story provides some hints about intangible things coming to life in human-like form.
Sexy! In' Kissing the Coronavirus,' author M.J. Edwards writes about a female doctor working on a COVID-19 vaccine, who is overcome with desire when the virus suddenly becomes human
In the 16-page e-book Kissing the Coronavirus, which debuted on April 22, a doctor has wild sex with COVID-19 — personified.
'She was supposed to cure the Coronavirus. Instead... she fell in love with it,' M.J. Edwards begins the description.
'Dr. Alexa Ashingtonford is a part of a crack team of scientists tasked with finding the cure to the devastating Coronavirus. Little did she know she would end up falling in love with it, in this steamy viral-erotica.
'Kissing Coronavirus is a steamy tale about forbidden love and dark desires come to life,' it concludes.
Amazon also has a preview of the short book, which is free on Kindle Unlimited or 99 cents for non-subscribers.
In the first pages, Dr. Ashingtonford is already turned on by the virus, even when it's still in a test tube.
Viral: The 16-page e-book has quickly caught the attention of readers — who have either flat-out panned the pornagraphic pandemic story or raved about the satirical smut
'Despite the devastation the virus was causing around the globe, Alexa felt a rush of excitement every time she picked up the Corona sample, like a pulsating, erect penis, desperate to unleash its devastation on anyone who touched it,' it reads.
Shaking the test tube causes 'a shock of electricity' to coarse through her veins, and 'everything tingled.'
Readers who've finished the story explain that Alexa is in for a surprise when another scientist, Dr. Gurtlychund, comes down with COVID-19 — and injects the vaccine they are still testing into his own body.
Dr. Gurtlychund then changes into the virus, personified, and the pair have wild sex.
The tongue-in-cheek story has received mixed reviews online, with 400 Goodreads users giving it a score of just 2.37 stars — but even many of the one-star reviewers admit that the book gave them a good laugh.
'I don't know whether to give this 5 stars or 1 star,' wrote one conflicted reader. 'Don't get me wrong, this book is awful. Absolutely horrible. But in the best possible way. It is exactly what I wanted it to be.'
Symptomatic of success: Most readers are alling it 'horrible' but nonetheless 'amusing' and 'hilarious'
'I was quite amused by this 16-page monstrosity. But I know one thing, this author cannot and is not serious,' said another.
'I often self-effacingly refer to myself as a garbage can because I read a lot of books that many people consider trashy,' wrote another reviewer. 'In fact, a lot of trash is quite excellent or at least aspires to be. Not KISSING THE CORONA VIRUS, though. This is a book that wallows in its terribleness.
'Did it make me laugh? Yes. Did it make me feel slightly sick? Yes. Should you buy it? I mean... why not?
'Also, I don't think this needs saying, but just in case: if you encounter the Coronavirus, you should not f*** it. Not even if it makes you horny. COVID-19 is a real pandemic and it has cost real lives.'
One more wrote: 'This was hands down the funniest thing I've read. Disgusting, disturbing, medically inaccurate, but such a funny read.'
'This was the best no-cost trash fire I have ever laid eyes on!' said yet another. 'I just spent 30mins laughing my butt off. It is so soooo sooooo bad but damnit if I didn’t have tears ready to drop from the power of my chuckles.'