He is a writer and landscape photographer living on the coast of Maine. One of his greatest pleasures is driving on Mount Desert Island (home of Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor) in his Porsche 928, searching for interesting sights to photograph or perhaps just to see the sunrise. It is while enjoying one of these drives on a frosty late winter morning that he spots another Porsche. A woman is standing beside the car looking at a flat tire. Being a fellow Porsche owner, he naturally stops to try and help. Little does he realize his innocent offer of assistance will lead to adventure, danger, and involvements reaching far beyond the simple life that he knew-as he descends into qThe Mists of Adriana.qWith each lap it became progressively easier to drive the car faster. It was almost like ... The 928 had a four speed automatic transmission. I assumed ... No, better than that: she didna#39;t so much drive the car, as make love to it. aquot;I think ita#39;s aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Mists of Adriana|
|Author||:||Roger M. Woodbury|
|Publisher||:||Roger M Woodbury - 2012-10-24|