In Chapter 4 of "The Love Pill" our protagonist grapples with the problem of how to deal with the jealousy between Sandy and Rebecca. Their competition over him as the man who is now at the center of both women's lives has escalated. What can he do it about it? His solution may surprise you.
What was the Love Pill? The best way to explain it is to quote the story itself:
First let me tell you what it was not. It was not a simple aphrodisiac. It was not some sleazy date rape drug. No. It was nothing of the kind. I did not want some drug to incapacitate a woman in order to have sex with her. Nor was I looking for a drug that would merely make a woman turn romantic. I wanted a drug that would light a fire of sexual desire in any woman and proceed all the way through romance to love and commitment. But I wanted even more than that. This drug would focus a woman's desire with laser-sharp precision onto one particular man-the man who possessed his own complement to the Love Pill: the Master Pill.