The Ancestors of Star

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18+ ONLY. EXPLICIT. Tim Hyatt, intending to become a physician, takes a job on the tiny Lagalero Indian reservation, where he meets his new boss, the older and beautiful Elaine Yellow Star. Star skillfully seduces Tim by force of personality and the experience of middle age. Neither Tim nor Star are prepared for the rocky but relentlessly growing attraction between them. More

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Words: 92,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466076273
About William Gaius

Bill Gaius lives and romps in the Southwest US with his mate, who serves as a model for his strong, assertive heroines.

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Review by: Trevor Bruhn on Aug. 06, 2013 :
Gaius writes in a small sub-genre of erotica called soft femdom: romances where the woman is in charge of the whole relationship, without the conventions of BDSM or the trappings of the dominatrix. Elaine Yellow Star uses no whips, wears no stiletto-heeled black leather boots; she dominates the younger Tim by force of personality.
The tale is set in New Mexico, on the bleak reservation of the fictional Lagalero tribe. The author has blended cultural elements of the Navajo and Pueblo peoples--the kind of details that so enliven Tony Hillermnan's mysteries--to imagine the Lagalero. The overall plot arc--will Tim stay on after his year on the rez or return to a conventional middle class life in Illinois--is well paced. A number of sub-plots, some quite compelling, enliven the lives of Star and Tim and s vividly realized supporting cast of Anglo and Indian characters. In short, there is a lot of local color to make a rich background for the steamy sex episodes.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)

Review by: cfrizz on May 25, 2010 :
I enjoyed this book. You don't see too many of this nature. I think most women might like it, the guys would be like Tim in the beginning, and I doubt would change their minds as they got further along in the story.

The descriptions of life on a reservation don't sound all that great, and I certainly hope they aren't all that grim in reality.
(review of free book)

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