Liz A. Stratton Closes the Store

Liz A. Stratton Closes the Store

Maren Bradley Anderson / Nov 17, 2019

Liz A Stratton Closes the Store Liz didn t mean to start a sex strikebut she ll use it to end a war and win an election Liz A Stratton is running for President of the United States to end the unpopular war in Mesopotaianstan Everyth

  • Title: Liz A. Stratton Closes the Store
  • Author: Maren Bradley Anderson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Liz didn t mean to start a sex strikebut she ll use it to end a war and win an election Liz A Stratton is running for President of the United States to end the unpopular war in Mesopotaianstan Everything goes as planned until the first debate when Liz s competitors patronize her She loses her temper and declares that if every woman in America withheld sex, the war wLiz didn t mean to start a sex strikebut she ll use it to end a war and win an election Liz A Stratton is running for President of the United States to end the unpopular war in Mesopotaianstan Everything goes as planned until the first debate when Liz s competitors patronize her She loses her temper and declares that if every woman in America withheld sex, the war would be over in weeks So women all over the country actually close the store Now what

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    718 Comments

    1. If you're looking for a good time you will want to check out this book! A lively tale of a sex strike, put in motion to end a pointless war by Liz A. Stratton (get it? It's a retelling of Lysistrata by Aristophanes - but you certainly don't need to have read the original to enjoy the story). For a book about a sex strike, there's plenty of sex and sex-talk, so if you blush easily this may not be the book to read in public. But it's certainly a fun read, with plenty to read between the lines as w [...]


    2. A funny, romantic, fast-paced take on the fable of Lysistrata. Liz is a fierce woman with the ability and curse to say what everyone else is thinking. Before she knows it, she finds herself a reluctant politician, one who accidently galvanizes all the women in the country to stop having sex until a needless and expensive foreign war is ended. A fun romantic comedy with a twist of feminism and an inimitable quirkiness that is Anderson's style.


    3. Entertaining, fun read. Would have been a five star rating, but the horrible editing was so distracting! I hope that the copy I read was a proof



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