Oh, yes, sadly. For my sins, I have read the rest of it.

• Watch as Our Heroine invents every item and technique of importance from her era, from the atlatl to stone-knapping to herbalism to the woman-on-top position!
• Gasp (though not as much as the characters in the book) at the manly exploits of Our Hero as he screws his way across Prehistoric Europe!
• Snort In Amusement as Our Heroine feels strange urges while watching the titular horses shag!
• Groan (though, again, not as much as the characters) at the cheesy plot manipulations required to bring Our Hero and Our Heroine together!
• Wince at the purple prose in the sex scenes ("throbbing nodule" is not at all an atypical example)! And finally,
• Lose It Completely at the stunning revelation that Our Heroine's... uh... passage... is the only one that's ever been able to contain Our Hero's entire... uh... well, organ.

Dear gods, I think I'm scarred for life by having read this book. :-)

Dear gods, I think I'm scarred for life by having read this book.


Dear gods, I think I'm scarred for life by having read this synopsis.
I was in the band for "Fiddler on the Roof" in high school, and I get "frumasara frumasara" (I'm sure that's a horrible travesty of a spelling) every time I see your username. :)