Meet the heroine of Eve Summers’ romance, “Safe Sex Incorporated” (Red Rose Publishing, 23 April 2009). Skyla is a PR official for a 22nd century company that makes a special kind of condom: one that protects the user from the 21st century disease called love. In Skyla’s world, love is an obscene word and a banned emotion.
But of course, as with all prohibitions, the love prohibition has given rise to a pro-love group, a group whose actions may jeopardize Skyla’s dream of a promotion.
Jin is a school teacher – or is he something more? Skyla is instantly drawn to him and when he suggests not bothering to use Love Condoms….
So much for the book. The idea first came to me when I realised that some people mistake the intimacy resulting from good sex… for love. In fact, I know women who’ve fallen in love with their one-night stands because of the psychological makeup of the sexual act. And, naturally, I thought:
Wouldn’t it be great to have a condom that stops more than STD?