The year is 2330 and suppression drugs are manipulating people so they no longer desire sex. So when time-travel agent, Collins, is sent back to the year 2006 on an emergency mission without his suppression drugs, he is in for a shock.
When Collins is injured upon entry, he meets Candy, a sweet, voluptuous woman, who takes care of him by taking him to her apartment. She's captivated by his stunning looks and seeming naivety toward women. A lustful fire is ignited in them both that Collins fights since it's forbidden to interact with the natives for fear of changing the future. It's a punishable crime.
Instead Collins focuses on his mission, but when things go awry, he must decide whether to risk everything.
Futurelove is a fun take on the time-travel genre. It's an experience to watch Collins first steps into sexuality.
Time-travel agent Collins is preparing for a routine assignment to the past when rebels kill his commander and force him back in time, unprepared. With no sex-suppression drugs and incomplete training, he's stranded in a strange old world.
Candy was almost resigned to her humdrum life until a man in a strange black get-up dropped onto her park bench. If he wasn't gorgeous, and wounded, she might listen to her common sense and run. But curiosity and kindness have always been her weaknesses, and the fact that this guy rouses her long-dormant libido doesn't hurt, either.
Overwhelmed by the novel sensation of lust, Collins can't resist Candy's sensual sweetness. But every fevered joining of their bodies breaks the stringent laws to which he's sworn allegiance. Being trapped in the past is bad enough. Committing carnal crimes with an irresistible 21st century indigenous could destroy his future—and hers.