Jessica Subject on sci-fi romance!



I’ll have some science fiction with my romance, please

Hello everyone! It is a pleasure to be back on Maria’s blog to visit with you again. Thank you, Maria, for inviting me back!

Anyone who has read any of my stories knows that no matter which you choose they are romance stories. The plots follow the romance guidelines no matter whom or what my characters are. But I love to add a dash of science fiction to many of my stories. No, never heavy on the sci-fi. The story may include aliens or clones, be set in the future, or on another planet. All those classify as science fiction romance.

Why do I add the sci-fi aspect to my stories? Looking to the future and beyond our world has always been something I’ve done. I’m curious as to what technologies will develop in the lifetimes of my children and future grandchildren. Look how far technology has come in our own years on Earth. And, I want to know what else is in our universe. What is life like on other planets? To me, it’s not a matter of if there is life, because I already believe there is. I want to know how different or similar they are to us.

Plus, I have always believed in equality for all. My mother instilled in me from a young age, never to judge someone who is different from myself. And I don’t, usually. Though when it comes to harming children, I have other opinions. Anyways, I try to show that in my stories. I show the struggle with aliens and clones finding love, how cultures can clash when two people come from different worlds.
But, above all else, I believe that love conquers all.


Intergalactic Heat by Jessica E. Subject


A date on a space station? Alien lovers? Madame Evangeline, owner of the exclusive 1Night Stand dating service is known to be magical in fulfilling the ideal dates of her clients, but she’s outdone herself this time, bring together beings from Earth and beyond. As long as applicants are willing to let go of their pasts and open their hearts and minds, she will find their perfect match, whether they be a former sci-fi television star, a nurse, an employee of the Space Service, a former Marine, or even an extraterrestrial. Because everyone in the universe deserves a happily ever after…


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Excerpt from Satin Sheets in Space (incl. in Intergalactic Heat)
– MFM Science Fiction Erotic Romance

She had her eyes closed, her lips pressed against his, when the sensation started. First, a tingling in her hands and feet, as he swept his digits deep inside her. The buzz spread up her arms and legs until it engulfed her entire body. She no longer sensed the ground below her.

The man continued to drive his fingers into her core with vigor, ridding her of the urge to pull away and find out what was happening to her. She landed with a thud, feeling returning to her limbs. Nothing stopped the man who held her, though. He continued to ravage her mouth, her jaw, her neck, keeping her pressed against the wall.

But something felt different. Gone was the hard brick pressing through her corset and against her skin. She reached behind to brush her hand along the surface. Soft. Almost like cushioned satin.
With a whimper, she pushed the strange man away. Where was she? What had she been thinking? This is the stupidest, most insane thing I’ve ever done. 

The Prince Charming she’d had the fortune of being set up with peered down at her, his gaze intense and filled with lust. “My name is Galan, and we’re in my spaceship.”

At least she now knew his name, but wait…. Spaceship? She stared at the man, disillusioned. She could think of no other explanation for how they had traveled to a new location with the press of a button. Oh God, she’d been abducted by an alien. How would she get out of this situation? The first time she’d done something spur-of-the-moment, and she’d ended up being finger-fucked by an extraterrestrial.

Or was this some kind of elaborate stunt Josh had pulled off? But why? He was on his honeymoon, unable to enjoy his handiwork. Her body grew numb; a loud ringing pierced her eardrums. She could no longer think with the clouds invading her mind. Then she blacked out.
Bio:
Jessica Subject started writing to encourage her daughter to read. Now she writes to keep herself grounded. Although she reads many genres, she enjoys writing Science Fiction Romance the most and believes everyone in the universe deserves a happily ever after. She lives Southwestern Ontario, Canada with her husband and two kids and loves to hear from her readers.


Comments

  1. Thank you so much for having me on your blog today, Maria! :)

    And if anyone is interested, Intergalactic Heat is also available as an ebook bundle on Amazon. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B91Q08A

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  2. That's what I was going to say - I knew I forgot something. *slaps forehead* I'm sorry, Jessica, my head isn't what it should be.

    Thank you so much for coming over, I love having you here! =D

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    1. Hey, no worries! It's a joy visiting here, Maria! And I look forward to having you on my blog next week. :-)

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  3. Great post. I love sci-fi with romance or vice versa--I can't separate the two. The concept of life on other planets appeals to me. Like you, Jess, my books are light on the science--just enough to let the reader know they're aren't in Kansas. LOL

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    1. Yes, life on other planets fascinates me, too, though sometimes it scares me, too. LOL I love looking at all of the social aspects that alien life might entail. Thanks, Diane! :-)

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    2. I wonder too. Some days I think discovering other life would help us realize we're not all that different and bring us together, but other days I think it might not work out so well, LOL!

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  4. Hello Maria! How are you doing today? I just wanted to tell you that I like your blog. I'm subscribing right now =)

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    1. A great blog to subscribe to, Francesca! :-)

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    2. Thank you for stopping by, Francesca! I hope you're having a great day! =D

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  5. >Plus, I have always believed in equality for all.

    Bravo! I love it when sci-fi romance tackles themes--and fantasies!--like this one. Thanks for your art!

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    1. Hi Heather, and thank you for stopping by! I too loved that statement in Jessica's post! =D

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