J is a graduate from Bristol University, England, who is married with four children. Currently lives in Southampton, England, although when young also lived in other parts of the world (Malaysia, Thailand, Yemen Arab Republic).
J has been writing for several years mainly for magazines (more usually science rather than science fiction), for specialist books and recently a web site. Starting with science fiction (not fantasy), genres published have also covered the erotic, plus a combination of the two.
Jupiter's moon Europa has a whole society of beings living under the ice, thinking that they are alone in all of existence. Then humans land and send a probe through the ice. This could destroy the old dogmatic and authoritarian underwater government and lead to revolution unless they can destroy the human intrusion and deny the truth. The struggle is there and the humans are in danger.
Published: January 25, 2019.
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Maria fears getting bored with her new life of leisure in the country So she tries to spice it up with the locals via sex games and practical sex education. However she still feels the need to go back to her work assignments to uncover corruption and in particular sexual exploitation. She does not want to let down her team-mates Tasha and Annie, plus she likes the sex and the excitement.
Maria joins the clandestine team to break up a group of blackmailers who are operating under cover of a protest group. Maria, along with two other female agents have to go deep into the sexual entrapment techniques taking part in full. Meanwhile how is this going to work out with her boyfriend, even with their open relationship, and are there other possibilities?
Maria is living and working with a sex addiction. This is showing itself in her leisure and in her role as a police undercover agent. Is she going to cure herself, or does she want to? With her close friends and undercover team members also heavily involved in a very similar way, she is not in a good place if she is to stop playing the sex games.
The three assignment are firstly to bust an eastern gang who play sex games with their captives, but are the authorities even worse? Then the team decide to learn to act with real on stage sex. The final part is to sort out an over 18s College where a sex society has taken hold and has become linked to the underworld of bonking shops. The team gets fully in on the action.
Maria realises her dream to work in TV but finds it hard not to get pulled back in to the Sex Busters undercover police women’s team. She is photographed naked and in trying to sort this out gets involved in a sex ring. Things come to a head and the Sex Busters team goes in deeper.
Henry goes five hundred years into the future. Men are limited to ten percent of the population and are not allowed to operate independently of women. Women are in charge and use the men for procreation, fun and sex. Whilst love rears its illegal head he still has to operate within society’s rules. That society has to change if humanity is to survive.
Henry goes back in time to stop the Second World War. The question is whether it is possible to change history or whether the fact that Henry was there means that what he did is already part of the fabric of time. This includes wartime scenes, sex and violence.
There are reports of sexual malpractice in the army training for their elite corps. How can this be exposed? The only way is to send in the Sex Busters team to experience it first hand and get the evidence. Is the hardening up of recruits to be able to deal with what women are likely to encounter when captured really an excuse for men to satisfy their sexual lusts?
Henry is sent a hundred years into the future where society is about to erupt in revolt. The uprising uses him as a figurehead. The rulers try to kill him. The carnal pleasures of a society where sex is more casual also draws him into a close and sexual relationship with two women from the Community that shelter him. One of these women is a key leader of the revolt.
Time travel is impossible – is it not? This is what two Cambridge scientists just starting their romantic involvement argued. They suddenly find themselves pulled back in time to 1641, the start of the English Civil War. They go to see Oliver Cromwell and receive a very charitable reception. Henry finds himself under Cromwell’s spell and joins him. Could he, or should he, try to change history?
Maria could not get an acting part and even her desperate pitch for a sexy role gets out of hand.
The annual Police Ball also gets very erotic when she organises the topless waitresses. Were they overstepping the bounds of what was acceptable or even legal? How far would things go?
Four unmarried couples meet the weekend before the marriage of one pairing. It starts with the hens having their sexy night out (which starts immediately they arrive) and the stags having theirs.
However an erotic bet sets up a highly sex charged weekend together which gets into a stimulating series of sex games. Are these transforming their relationships, sometimes painfully?
Is this our real past? It can explain a lot.
The new planet has been terraformed and the four are immortal, but will the colonists accept their leadership? Will the four be able to stick together despite fundamental differences? Do they need to develop intelligent mutants to survive forever in new bodies?
The evidence is all around us.
Their planet was dying under a growing red sun, the only life was underground. When rogue scientists discover how to become immortal (almost) via mind storage they escape secretly on board a colonisation ‘egg pod’ space ship. They find themselves re-born thousands of years later in a new solar system that they must colonise or die. They are desperate as this is where they must spend eternity.