Washington is now in uproar. The CIA insists this be kept
top secret, but the media gets the story and Tony is kidnapped. Wall Street
panics, oil zooms down, the gold standard plunges and the stock market hits a
Making It is a fast-paced medical thriller that sizzles with sex and comedy concerning Tony's strange source of wealth.
Sandra knew when she married Tony about his problem with sex but they were thirty-five and crazy in love. Now, five years and many doctors later, she cries out in despair that her biological clock is running out.
Sandra's mother, Vera, is high spirited, pushy widow, learns about Tony's problem by listening through the walls in her Brooklyn house where they all live and insists Tony see her son, who is a special kind of doctor.
Many specialists test Tony in the hospital and decide he is an enigma. They discover his problems are caused by his body making a substance worth billions but never before found in a human being.
When Tony is attacked in the hospital, the government secretly whisks him and Sandra away to a secluded estate where they remain guarded. Tony is given a very important position at the White House by the president, and he contributes daily to our needy administration.
Sandra learns of a reversible operation that will make Tony well but would take away his ability. She wants Tony to have the operation and insists Gucci and Armani can't replace having children, sex, and living a normal life but Tony, who was always very poor, loves being rich and famous.
When Tony and Sandra are kidnapped by terrorists, who act like the Three Stooges, Tony's eyes are opened. After they are rescued the operation is performed and Tony reveals in uncontrollable sex, but Sandra, worn out and droopy eyed, is unable to get pregnant until after they see an ego driven sex therapist.
Sandra gives birth to identical twins but soon they learn their children have inherited their father's previous ability. For the safety of their children, Tony and Sandra deny this publicly. Will the public believe them? And, what about the needy government?