Cabin Fever 1: Written in Stone
      
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The summer of 1968 is warm and humid, but rife with possibilities. Something is in the air; something more than thunder and lightning. Sally and her husband, Otis, have decided to spend the summer in their small cabin by The North Sea. Her career as a ballerina is over, and Sally is ready to have children. She spends her days enjoying the sun, thinking of her future and trying to make her husband be as interested in her, as he is in his congregation. But, when she is injured on the beach, she meets the doctor, James Black, who does more than just fix her leg. Sally is in for the summer of her life, in the first story of Cabin Fever. The summers of the late 1960s are bursting with a thunderous humidity. The beautiful cabins of the Gray Dunes are filled to the brim with people ready to experience everything the warm summer has in store for them. But some get more than they bargained for, as the sensuality and tension of the scantily clad summer bodies permeates the air by the North Sea. Dive into a world of romance and lust, and experience the cabin fever for yourself! Ane-Marie Kjeldberg is a Danish writer, editor and writing coach
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