Where Love Lives by Max Ibach

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Alison Devaine is one hundred pounds of gorgeous, red-haired woman, full of spunky charm and the endless energy men find irresistible. Engaged to be married, she decides that she does not love her fiancé, and plans to tell him so once she wins the air race for female pilots in which she is scheduled to compete. When her engine fails during the race, Alison bails out in a narrow slot between cloud-covered mountain peaks in Idaho. She survives the descent, but is not dressed for the extreme weather she encounters. About to collapse from the combined effects of hypothermia and a concussion, she blunders upon a mountain cabin in the lee of a tall, concave bluff. When she pounds on a shuttered window, and a long-haired, bearded man dressed in fringed buckskin opens the door, Alison collapses into the arms of Raven Kalamar.

Raven has fled civilization to live as a hermit in remote seclusion. Alison arrives complete with virginity, smoldering desires, and an exceptional talent for indulging in oral sex and other forms of exceedingly hot sexual intimacy that do not involve her losing her virginity. A storm closes the pass, so that the pair cannot now leave until the spring thaw arrives.

A savage chemistry develops between Alison and Raven: a perversely adversarial attraction that provides a blueprint for lust-filled romance. Initially, sparks fly between the tall, athletic, supremely well endowed recluse and the petite, lustful redhead, but six months of enforced isolation spent in close quarters sees their relationship change from adversarial to hotly passionate. When Alison taunts Raven into shaving and cutting his hair, she finds that he is beguilingly handsome. The magnificently masted Kalamar soon becomes the sexual slave-master of his erotic female visitor. Lust turns to love, and Raven eventually captures the heart of the ravishingly beautiful heiress.

Before the pass opens, Alison’s uncle and his tame U. S. Senator arrive in a helicopter and compel her to leave Raven’s cabin. The separated lovers endure a span in which they struggle to find each other again. Once they do, their passion re-ignites to become a consuming fire.

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Published June 23, 2008 by Double Dragon eBooks. 249 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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