Marie Curie Saves the Titanic With a Flying Alien and a Mechanical Bat (and then They Bang)

Marie Curie Saves the Titanic With a Flying Alien and a Mechanical Bat and then They Bang Marie Curie is travelling aboard the Titanic on its maiden voyage with many historical figures such as the Einsteins and Rudolph Valentino Marie finds herself attracted to two mysterious American men

  • Title: Marie Curie Saves the Titanic With a Flying Alien and a Mechanical Bat (and then They Bang)
  • Author: Lady Ristretto
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Marie Curie is travelling aboard the Titanic on its maiden voyage with many historical figures, such as the Einsteins and Rudolph Valentino Marie finds herself attracted to two mysterious American men, the ethereally handsome Kent Calhoun and the brooding billionaire Brewster Wainright Marie s extended exposure to radiation through scientific research has given her telekMarie Curie is travelling aboard the Titanic on its maiden voyage with many historical figures, such as the Einsteins and Rudolph Valentino Marie finds herself attracted to two mysterious American men, the ethereally handsome Kent Calhoun and the brooding billionaire Brewster Wainright Marie s extended exposure to radiation through scientific research has given her telekinetic powers But Marie isn t the only one with superhuman powers Suffering in an unhappy marriage with an emotionally abusive husband, Marie indulges sexually in the fascinating people around her Despite it being a buffet of anachronistic historical figures which borders on the absurd, Marie goes through a very profound and painful journey as she finally determines that she wants her life to change This is an Action Figure Erotica novel The main characters have to have been made into action figures Time, place, and history doesn t matter It s like playing with toys as an adult It s fantasy and myth and history all wrapped up in a sexy package.

    One thought on “Marie Curie Saves the Titanic With a Flying Alien and a Mechanical Bat (and then They Bang)”

    1. I honestly can't begin to understand what the hell was going on with this book, and I was beginning to feel like I was missing something.For instance, frequent references are made to the Titanic, but at the same time, Einstein, laptops and text messages are mentioned. I honestly cannot comprehend what the hell is going on in this book. It's like multiple, disjointed stories all going on at once.It was just too weird to be believed, and I only made it 18% of the way through, before giving up. whe [...]

    2. Hilarious beginning to a story that promised to be entertaining. I laughed at a couple passages; the writing is straightforward. Then the F-word appeared as nonchalant as can be. I stopped reading and tossed the story. It had promise as a good story, but it went down fast because of all the F-words. Happy I only got a sample of the book.

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