Max Ibach has fashioned another hemline ripper for his audience that takes place on a ranch in beautiful Idaho. When Uncle Charley dies, Jamie Sage inherits six million dollars, an Investment banking business, and a forty thousand acre ranch. The ranch adjoins the magnificent Frank Church, River of no Return Wilderness Area. Big Horn Ranch is eighty miles from a town of any sort.
Miss Sage, a gorgeous redhead, turns the place into a guest ranch following advice in her deceased uncle's will. Miss Sage has a master's degree in business administration, but knows absolutely nothing about running a ranch. When she needs a manager, a talented thirty-two year old drifter knocks at her front door and both their lives are immediately changed.
Wilhelm Gerrig Dorback is a six-foot tall, ex-marine, whose home address is the Wind River Reservation, Fort Washakie, Wyoming. Will is half northern Arapahoe Indian. On the Tribal Registry as Black Walking Fox, he has never been married nor does he have any intent in that direction.
Miss Sage decides that Will, with his lean muscular body, black hair and dark eyes, is the most beautiful man she has ever seen. The problem is that Jamie Sage has a virgin's contract. When Will is told that Jamie has been chaste from birth, he becomes her protector instead of her seducer.
In spite of good intentions, Jamie remains enchanted with the idea of taking him as her all-orifice-love-freak; all, but one. When she involves him in the 'many ways of gratification, without deflowering the maiden', Will's torment begins. He becomes infatuated with his bewitching redheaded boss. Jamie's doctor's appointment, followed by a three-day camping trip into the wilderness provides ample opportunity for naughty mischief and all the romantic interludes anyone could want.
As Jamie is packing for the trip home three armed outlaws kidnap her for their own pleasure. Will witnesses the criminals remove her at gunpoint, and blind with fury Black Walking Fox sets about rescuing her. You would rather invite a bull into your China shop, than turn an ex-Marine Arapahoe Indian warrior loose with a hunting knife and a mission to reclaim his beloved.
This story beams with primitive sexuality and humor that flows through the tale like an intravenous drip; a story told with tissue-thin delicacy and escalating pleasures. This is a time-stopper of a yarn that concludes with an emotionally draining climax. Be prepared for an all-nighter with this one.
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