Robert Birch is a retired Ph.D. Psychologist who had specialized in Marital & Sex Therapy. During the years of his clinical practice he wrote and published sexuality five self-help books and a clinical manual for sex therapy trainees and professionals. Following retirement he began writing erotic poetry (six collections published) and erotic romance novels. Eight of his novels and 4 novellas are in print, and also available in Kindle and ebook formats. He writes with understanding of love and sex, lacing his work with occasional humor.
Dan Carlyle becomes the world’s first time traveler as he is sent on short junkets back in time by Dr. Simpson. Dan travels through both time and distance and visits a number of exotic locations, regularly meeting up with a very seductive blonde time traveler named Crystal. There is a persistent problem, however. He is unable to remember any details of his adventures. This problem persists.
Ellie, Dan’s ex-girlfriend, ended their relationship when she became involved with a pro-athlete. Dan is not quite ready for a new romance, but the blonde time traveler is hot for his body as is a brunette who comes on to him in Dan’s own time. There are reasons for him to distrust their motives, although their beauty does not go unnoticed. He becomes aware of being surrounded by danger, and he learns of espionage, deception, and a threat to Ellie’s life. Dan does not know who to trust.
Young men and women are vanishing into thin air, leaving clothing behind, layered just as though their bodies evaporated. Julie, a virginal farm girl, is one of the abductees. She suddenly finds herself naked and surrounded by dozens of other naked young adults. She has been snatched and transported into year of 2510, where she is subjected to propaganda and mental manipulation. She soon discovers that the women are there for their fertile eggs and the men for their sperm.
Physical contact between the abductees is forbidden. As a control, twice daily the abductees are ushered into the Palace of Pleasure, a room in which intense orgasms are computer generated without human touch and affection. Abductees who have been there the longest have had their memories erased, but Julie fights to retain hers. When her boyfriend Fred arrives they join with two other newcomers and plot their escape.
Why do those in the future need to harvest eggs and sperm? How has the appreciation of sensual love and erotic touch been lost? Can the abductees find a way to travel back in time and return to their homes, and will Julie and Fred finally get to make love?