When Benito Bazan, a fisherman from a small village in Spain, accidentally discovers two ancient gold statueettes in a cave, his first thought is of a new fishing boat he will now be able to buy. When he examines them more closely, he finds that the figures are of a man and a woman, beautifully fashioned and admirably endowed. Both are smiling. Whe Benito joins them together, he finds their endowmets make a perfect fit. Benito and his wife are the first villagers to gaze upon the lubricious pair, and the effect on them is immediate, overwhelming, and unambiguious. With an ardor and entusiasm neither has felt in years, Benito and his wife make love. Word of the statues and their magical power spreads through the village, and everyone from the mayor down to the local smuggler takes his rolicking part in the action that follows. Here is a comic romp of a novel celebrating the delights and confusion of love.
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Book Description The Viking Press, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0670209724
Book Description The Viking Press, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0670209724