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Laura's New Boyfriend is the first installment of a series of complete comedy novels. It is set in the fictional seaside holiday resort of Dunehaven on the south coast of England in the present day. One bright and sunny day, while strolling along the seafront, the story teller discovers a somewhat peculiar gift shop that has just opened for business. With time on his hands he goes inside to browse around. His eye catches a strange and mysterious fossilized toad on display in a glass cabinet. The owner reliably informs him that the toad was made by and once owned by the great wizard Merlin from ancient Arthurian legend. Taking this tale with a pinch of salt, he buys it nevertheless for a nominal price. Later, while trying to evade two nasty bullies, he jumps onto a nearby bus. While travelling home on the bus he meets a beautiful auburn haired girl called Laura. They get chatting and become interested in each other. Very soon they start dating and become a seriously involved couple. As their erotic love life blossoms it is left to their whacky and outrageous friend Debra to accidentally discover that the mysterious fossil toad has strange magical powers. All the while the three of them are being stalked by the evil Dooley brothers. When the strange powers of the ancient toad are revealed a series of whacky and comic adventures soon follow. This includes the bizarre and hilarious come-uppance that gets meted out to Debra's slimy cheating boyfriend. Aimed at a readership in the 18 - 40 age range, my book contains adult humour and gorgeous erotic love scenes that are tasteful and much better than anything you might read in Fifty Shades of Grey. Robert Townsend.