"An exciting tale of love and Utopia"
In 1952 Richard Curry finds a "lost valley" in the Sangre
Cristo Mountain region of New Mexico, that he's been
searching for. There he finds not only his Eden but his Eve
and learns how to live and love again. In the days
following his discovery he finds the days perfect and full
of love and contentment. Until one day while he's out
hunting a deer, he loses his way and climbs up an
outcropping to get his bearings; he finds that his valley
and his Eve has disappeared.
Fifty years later he is still looking for his "home". On
this camping trip he is taking his friend John and his dog
Billy with him up into the mountains. As they sit around
the camp fire he begins telling John why he's always came
back to this location. How he fell in love and how it came
to be that he left her and that this is his last chance to
find "Eden" and Eve.
Does this valley really exist or is it just the imagination
of a man, who needed someone badly to love and went looking
for it in legends? Does Richard find his way back to "Eve
and Eden"? Read this exciting story to find the answers.
The author tells a story that we wish could be true of a
place where life is not only fantastic but back to the
basics of not harming another and helping out our fellow
man. I really enjoyed reading it and would love to read
more from him.
Reviewed by Donna Whitten
Posted April 12, 2003
"Undying Love" is an erotic love story, set in the Sangre
de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico. Would-be author
Richard Curry and his friend, John are camped on the
western edge of the Sangré de Cristo Mountains of Northern
New Mexico. Fifty years ago, while camping in the area,
Curry discovered a hidden valley, nestled deep in the
mountains - a valley that doesn't appear on any map - where
he found a village of strange folk who have had no contact
with the outside world since the wagon train arrived in
1850. There, he met the village Healer's daughter, Eve, a
beautiful, sexy, apparent 18-year old.
This is the story of how they met, fell in love, and
ultimately were separated, how Curry devoted his life to
trying to return, and the awesome secret of Blessed Valley
that the rest of the world must never learn: neither Eve,
the settlers, nor the tribe of fair-skinned "Indians" at
the other end of the valley have aged since they arrived.