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The sinister house down the lane, a scene of brutal murders over twenty years ago, has long been avoided by all who know it is rumoured to be haunted. Those that do venture into the lane at night say they can hear the screams of the murdered couple echoing from the house.
Late for Night College, twenty-one year-old Jane Ford takes the lane shortcut past the old house in order to arrive at her classes on time. She tries to make light of it when the others in her group find out she took the lane. Eventually they dare her to spend the night in the old house. Emboldened by drinking wine, she rashly accepts the dare, but talks the others into joining her.
In the house, she soon realizes that supernatural forces are at work. With the help of three men and a supernatural being, she soon discovers the desire and love that is smouldering in her petite untouched body.
It is a tale of one woman’s journey from inexperience to full and sensual womanhood where she finds strong love for another. Can Jane nurture that love and find the happiness that has eluded her?
Commander Mila Tovarich is the only survivor when her spaceship crashes on the deserted and barren planet, Epsilon—alone but for her metal companion, Human Articulated Robot-3RY, or Harry as she calls him, who looks after her every need and carries out the maintenance on the survival capsule.
Bored with the attention of her fingers, Mila looks for ever more inventive ways of releasing her frustrated sexuality, from electronic screwdrivers that oscillate at 20, 000 time per second to the attentions of an entity, invisible to her eyes, that seems to understand exactly what she needs, and of course her faithful companion, Harry, who is always ready to obey her commands, as she waits for a rescue.
Can she survive until a rescue ship arrives? A rescue that may never come. Page Count: 74