Life is hard in the unending wilds of 8000 BC middle Europe, but for Kalesh, child of none, friend of none, kinsman of none, it is hardest still. The unwanted foundling can only dream, despairingly, of acceptance, of happiness…and of the enigmatic black-haired girl, Mara, who, secretly and yet known to all, in the dark of night creeps about the sleeping village, and with her determined mouth performs unspeakable acts.
Once—yet only once—when Mara sees Kalesh peering from his lean-to at her midnight prowlings, before he can draw back, she scampers in and steals his seed. The young man is smitten, yet very confused. He calls her many bad names, and he scorns her and degrades her and pulls her hair—and yet after she swallows in comingled triumph and shame, before she turns to leave, he whispers helplessly, “I love you!”
Certainly after the things she has done, no man would want Mara for a wife. Yet while she is the one who is low and polluted, Kalesh alone senses that somehow the smirking wench seems to look down upon the others from some great height, disdainfully. He cannot understand it, and such notions, of course, will not change his miserable life, or hers.
One day, however, Kalesh on a lonely hill deep in the forest discovers the petrified body of an ancient giant. With the magical power of the gifts he finds there, he at last will take away his Mara, along with a wide-eyed, diminutive, yet very intimately skilled blonde junior wife named Pon.
Swaggering now with two shapely girls of his very own—his to touch and fondle, to tease and torment, to heap with any outrage that might amuse him—the long-repressed Kalesh will journey from mammoth-haunted forests, over the pirate-ravaged Sea of the South, across burning desert and through fetid jungle, and even over the Western Sea to the fabled isle of the mighty Atlans, to chase his wild passions, and his destiny.
|Publisher:||Pink Flamingo Publications|
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
I have been writing erotica since the mid 1990s, exploring the pursuit of human sexuality in all manner of times, places, and situations -- within both body and mind, inside the confines of marriage and outside of them, from the mammoth-haunted forests of prehistoric Europe and the fabled towers of Atlantis to the seedy brothels of the secret caverns of the colonized Moon, from the forests and Gypsy camps and London back-alleys of Elizabethan England to the swashbuckling lesbianism of the old Spanish Main, from the grounds of a modern Gothic castle to the dorm rooms of hesitant young co-eds of the American Midwest to the secret menage a trois of a seemingly staid suburbia. As several thousand readers can attest, my books are lovingly explicit yet well written, with many a long, lingering tease. Sex in any of my writings may be pleasantly perverse, sometimes shocking, even confusing for my characters as they try to find their way, but it also is, ultimately, healthy and necessary and fulfilling, perhaps the very foundation of humanity itself. To date, my novels include… The Magic Box (Pink Flamingo, forthcoming) The Supremacy of Samantha (Pink Flamingo, 2014) The Classic Olivia M. Ravensworth** (Pink Flamingo, 2014) **Includes: Domestic Service (Masquerade, 1998), The Desires of Rebecca (Masquerade, 1997), The Mistress of Castle Rohmenstadt (Masquerade, 1996). The Collector (Pink Flamingo, 2013) The Ring of the Giants (Pink Flamingo, 2013) Slave to Six Worlds (Pink Flamingo, 2012) Sarah’s Girlfriend (Pink Flamingo, 2012) The Discipline of the Governess (Pink Flamingo, 2012) The Island of Marquis Gallance (Pink Flamingo, 2011) Rachel’s Re-education (Pink Flamingo, 2011) Alyssa’s Needs, vol. III (Femdomcave, 2011) Alyssa’s Needs, vol. II (Femdomcave, 2011) Alyssa’s Needs, vol. I (Femdomcave, 2010)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ancient erotica. Hubba hubba! *Book source ~ Many thanks to Pink Flamingo for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review. Kalesh is the lowest of the lowest people in his village. An orphan rescued from a burning village by a man that died soon after, he had to fend for himself and was not wanted by anyone else. Even Mara, the lowest daughter of the lowest man was above Kalesh. Until one day, far up in the mountain, Kalesh finds something of great worth, something that changes his life dramatically. This story reminded me sort of an erotic Clan of the Cave Bear told from a male POV. Though Kalesh’s time is considerably more recent (8000 BC) than Ayla’s (35000 BC) in Clan of the Cave Bear, there are many similarities with how people lived in our past. The characters are pretty good though I didn’t really get to know them as well as Kalesh. For being such a ‘low’ person on the totem pole he’s actually pretty smart. When he finds the giant relics on the mountain he grows by leaps and bounds though he doesn’t always understand what he’s seeing and learning with his new items. His journey with Mara and Pon is very interesting to follow and I was curious where they would end up. Along the way there is a lot of sex going on. Kalesh is making up for lost time and who can blame him. The plot, the writing, the characters and the hot steamy scenes are wonderful, but there is a lot of repetition of certain phrases and descriptions of sexual acts. Much of it could have been cut without losing any of the tale. All-in-all though I really enjoyed Kalesh’s story.