How many of you men out there dream of being pursued by lots of women? Is it your dream that just the mere sight of you makes them want you? Does your scent put you in danger of being attacked by them? What if there existed a pair of pants that could make these dreams come true?
When Jack’s father dies, he inherits the family business. The day his mom first suggests to him that he wear his grandfather’s pants, he is anything but thrilled. They had probably been a really nice pair of pants when they were new, but now they were old and so outdated. But to make his mom happy, he puts them on. He discovered that they were way more comfortable than he had thought they would be.
When he is wearing these pants, he finds that people treat him differently. Because of these pants and the family secret, he is put into situations that he never dreamed a pair of pants could put one in. The effect he now has on women really throws him. The only woman he has a desire for is the love of his life, Connie. But if what his mom and the rest of his dad’s “rotation” are telling him, that will change.
This is a different kind of love story, so different that it took me by surprise. Part of me found it hard to believe that the women in Jack’s love life, his “rotation,” were okay with sharing him and that Jack’s mom had been okay with sharing her husband with the other women in his “rotation.” I would not have been okay with that, but then again, this is fiction, and anything can happen in fiction.
When revenge and blackmail are thrown into the story, things get really interesting and make My Grandfather’s Pants a thoroughly enjoyable book.
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. If you would like a copy of your own, I have provided an Amazon link below.
Amazon Link: My Grandfather’s Pants
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I have no memory of ever seeing the woman without a cigarette hanging from her mouth, stuck as if by magic to her lower lip, defying the law of gravity itself.
The thought of my parents as sexual beings was uncomfortable enough but that both Dad and my grandfather and his before him were satyrs overwhelmed me.
My heart pounded as if death were near, my fate tied to the agility of the beast under me as the hammering of its hooves filled my head.
Blood oozed into my injured eye, burning like crazy, blinding me on one side.
New Word Learned:
conundrum – a riddle or puzzle
About the Author:
Married forty-three years to a woman he calls Dearheart, Tegon Maus lives a contented life in a small town of 8,200 in Southern California. By day, Tegon is a successful home remodeling contractor but his passion is storytelling.
Tegon’s protagonists are frequently wedged between a rock and a hard place but manage to work things out through the story. Like most when pushed into a corner, it only brings out the best in his characters and becomes the unstoppable force of a reluctant hero. Tegon’s signature style is creating characters who are driven and believable, and who strive to find happiness.