When Joel, a stay-at-home Dad, accepts his new job as Dick Assistant to his successful, corporate wife, he knows it will be just what their sex life needed. But when he accidentally posts a dick picture to his parenting blog D-D-Dad? he is shocked by just how far he and his social media enemies are prepared to go.
'What about you? How far are you prepared to go?'
Joel's offline and online worlds collide shaking the foundation of his personal boundaries, his beliefs about love, sex and sexuality.
In Book One we meet several members of a cast of colourful characters in a modern day outer city suburb. Joel and Sylvia stumble upon the panacea to their mostly sexless marriage but the promise of high-risk intimacy comes with the risk of public exposure that a guy like Joel just might not be prepared for.
* Some scenes contain explicit adult material. For mature readers only.
In Some Kind of Superstar, stay-at-home dad Joel is obsessed with the next social media click on his budding social media platform, a very relatable trait. He is also keen to rekindle the dying flames of his once hot romance with his wife. This wacky and humour-filled account of life in the burbs boasts a great cast of characters. Joel’s behaviourally-challenged genius son brings chaos to the household each day. while Joel’s wife, a workaholic who misses sex, is full of surprises. The parents who wander in and out of the story provided some hilarious, cringeworthy moments. The sexy bits are extremely raunchy (R rated) and the ending is very left field - a shocking and funny moment tips you right into the next instalment. Clint Greagen’s easy and affable writing style suits the confessional tone of the tale. ~ Linda (Amazon Review)