This book from the get go accelerates like a formula one in the Monaco Grand Prix.
The last couple of years have been a difficult time for Alek and by the way he only answers to his nickname Lek. Mind you, he’s been called other names in his time; Anal, Cliché; Know all, flash bastard, most unrepeatable, but this didn’t worry him. He is an Alfie type character flamboyant and a true entrepreneur; made a fortune twice with property and lost it through boom and bust Britain; politicians and greedy banks. To top it all he was abandoned by his then girlfriend. Yeah, you guessed it; the money stopped, she dumped him and their friends at the time sided with her. He was lonely, lost his confidence and fell into a depression. But in time, all that was about to change. He had an amazing talent to fall back on; and that was his intuition in finding deals. Lek was also extremely talented when it came to design, and being in the property game; this proved to be a huge asset.
He is a philosopher, a staunch Atheist, Freudian and a self-taught psychologist, and whenever the occasion rises, he jumps right in at the deep end and analyses his friends and acquaintances problems; extending his own brand of humour and deep and meaningful advice. With his positive attitude, strength and tenacity and his finances on the mend he was energized. But there is still the fact that for far too long his sex life has been zilch. He drops into four people’s lives like a meteor from the sky and becomes totally embellished with their problems. An amazing string of coincidences ensued; the thing is in helping them resolved his own predicament, especially sexually and this did him a power of good. There was no denying, he had a large ego, loved the good things in life and was well on his way to getting back in the game.