Racy Summer Beach Read

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Is sex with a Hologram safe?
I seriously get asked this all the time. Ok, I’m not serious but maybe it is the future of safe sex. I do get asked about sex all the time so I think that makes me qualified to review a sexy book.

Virtually sexy Hologram
Samantha learns the dangers of virtual sex when she enters a hologram world of sexy intrigue in Hologram, the novel. She takes us on a risky romp with the men, yes men, of her dreams. The virtual sex on the surface seems harmless: No condoms required. But hold on, this novel is racy so be prepared for a little blushing and a libido boost. Who doesn’t love that? (Individual results may vary. Batteries not included.) Keep reading, because the real danger comes to Sam when she can’t tell the real from the virtual. Watch out for the villains who are very real and very dangerous.
Hologram , by Nancy Miller is a great beach read so grab a beach towel and kick back for a safe and sexy ride.

Wrap it up
I’m sure you’re wondering why Nancy asked me to do a guest post for California Muse since I’m a gynecologist and not a book critic. I suspect it is because I have been badgering her to put condoms at the bedside of every character in the upcoming sequel to Hologram. I understand that there’s a sexy new man who might engage in hot sex with someone in the sequel. That’s all she’s telling me so don’t even try to get more details out of her. She’s stingy like that when she’s writing a book.

Safety First
I am affectionately known as the “Safety Queen” in my lakefront community. At least I think it’s affectionate. I make you wear your sun glasses and sun screen as soon as you step outside. I always hold the orange safety flag while watching the water skiers closely for concussion. How many fingers am I holding up? I’ll put a life jacket on your grandchild if she brushes her teeth near the lake. I separate the raw meat BBQ tongs from the veggie tongs. No one has ever had a salmonella infection on my watch. I carry band aids and hand sanitizer. Don’t even think about running with scissors around me, just saying.

So of course I want everyone at risk to use condoms!

A Real and Present Danger
All joking aside, sexually transmitted infections are no laughing matter. I treat them every day and every woman who contracts an infection asks, “Why me Doc?” Please don’t get surprised by an STI. (STI is the new politically correct way to say STD) If you are in a new or casual sexual relationship then you have to talk about STIs and insist on condom use.

Did you know?
– Cervical cancer is a sexually transmitted disease caused by HPV, human papilloma virus, and there’s a vaccine to prevent it.
– The 4 H’s: HIV, hepatitis, herpes, HPV are viral infections that can’t be cured and some may even result in death.
– Syphilis is on the rise.
– Gonorrhea is resistant to most antibiotics.
– Chlamydia can cause sterility.
– Warts are sexually transmitted.
– These infections don’t care what age you are so protect yourself even in middle age.

What do you say Nancy? Will your new character be a Trojan?

And can you bring up an extra life jacket, and I think that orange flag is getting dull and do they sell gallon jugs of sunscreen in California…….

Go now and check out Nancy Miller’s blog, California Muse and Hologram, the Novel

In case you were counting… I wrote sex 12 times. My dear husband and blog proof reader counted. And “batteries not included” made him cringe. Oops, I might have lost my best proof reader.

Affectionately,
The Safety Queen

One Comment Add yours

  1. Cheryl says:

    Way to go Dr D. Tell ‘me like it is or can be…

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