The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has given people the opportunity to pick up new hobbies or introspect as they spend the bulk of their time indoors. Some people started journaling. Others picked up knitting. A lot of them just got really horny.
If you fall into the last group, then boy, do I have good news for you. A new erotic novel on Amazon promises to whet readers’ sexual appetites with a steamy, topical tale about love in the time of coronavirus—or, more specifically, love with coronavirus.
It’s called Kissing the Coronavirus.
Surprisingly, Kissing the Coronavirus is not a literary masterwork from esteemed erotica author Chuck Tingle, but the debut work from author M.J. Edwards, who cranked out this 16-page mini-epic in an attempt to pay her bills after losing her job.
Here’s the brief, tantalizing Amazon description for Edwards’ new “viral-erotica” book:
She was supposed to cure the Coronavirus.
Instead… she fell in love with it.
Dr Alexa Ashingtonford is a part of a crack team of scientists tasked with finding the cure to the devastating Coronavirus. Little did she know she would end up falling in love with it, in this steamy viral-erotica.
Kissing Coronavirus is a steamy tale about forbidden love and dark desires come to life.
Any reasonable person would be hooked by now, but if you’re still on the fence, allow these excerpts from Kissing the Coronavirus—as documented by Twitter user @lightsweaver—to sway you:
Despite the devastation the virus was causing across the globe, Alexa felt a rush of excitement every time she picked up the Corona sample, like a pulsating, erect penis, desperate to unleash its devastation on anyone who touched it.
Alexa pulled down her lab pants and pulled her panties to the side, her pussy so wet that the lace glided across her skin like a fat man on a water slide.
Come on, do you really need more convincing?
If you want to see how this salacious saga ends, you can purchase Kissing the Coronavirus for 99 cents on Kindle (it’s free for Kindle Unlimited users). You could have a personal stake in launching a writer from obscurity to stardom, as Edwards is obviously destined with her viral-erotica instant classic.