A young boy hits puberty and it causes him to have a perpetual hard-on. Needless to say, this complicates his life. Rather than ensure that he loses his virginity quickly, it has the opposite effect and he remains a virgin for too many years. This is a lighthearted tale of the loss of said curse (not the hard-on, by the way).
For such a short story, I give the plot an A (8). The author will make you laugh from time to time with the comments and the misadventures of the MC. The backstory is filled in enough without going into too much detail.
For technical score, I give it an Outstanding (10). Punctuation and grammar were spot on. I can only recall one or two small errors in the entire story.
For appeal, an A+ (9). I normally don't care too much for stroke stories, but this tale was a fun read in addition. I recommend it to anyone who wants a quick and appealing story.
John has a problem and it's becoming hard to deal with. It's something that's brought him embarressment and shame since he first hit puberty and he just can't seem to get it to go away. It's driven him to be reclusive and shy, and even broken apart his family.
In fact, he doesn't have much going for him, until he meets Lisa. She's a beautiful, friendly co-ed, alone for the holidays, and sent to look after him before he begins college.
And she has a boyfriend.
But at least things are starting to look up!
This story is definitely worth a look - it's a charming and funny story about a guy with an unusual problem, who somehow finds the positive in it in the end.