"A fun adventure"
He spent fourteen years living among the remote New Guinea
Antorak tribe following a plane crash. Anthropologist Dr.
Peter Havistock is a minor celebrity sponsored on a tour of
American colleges by the Wimberly Foundation. However,
Peter's fifteen minutes of fame becomes much longer when he
gives his lectures in native costumes that have the Ivy
League students acting like they are in a Spring break wet
Wimberly director Leslie Hall-Grumman thinks the native G-
string is a bit too much or perhaps too little, but she
feels Peter goes too far when he announces on the Harry
King TV show that he is a virgin in search of a bride.
Women want the handsome hunk in their bed, but Leslie
believes he is courting her, a thought she finds delightful
Though timelines involving Peter seem off kilter, readers
will enjoy this wacky romantic romp with a not so subtle
satirizing message on what is civilization. The amusing
story line is refreshing yet provoking due to the sparring
of the lead couple. Leslie deploys her "superior" western
philosophy while Peter employs "Stone Age" spears.
Katherine Deauxville provides her audience with a way-out
romance that will delight all readers including that
endangered species, THE LAST MALE VIRGIN.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted September 5, 2002