Kellie Cromwell, a vivacious widow, lives alone in Lovescape – an underground bunker named by her late husband – which is situated on Black Bear Island off the Texas Gulf Coast. Kellie’s only companions are two horses, a cow, a dog, and a wild ocelot. The Gulf furnishes fish, and a large garden supplies her with vegetables. A handsome grocer from Discovery Bay tends to her deeply felt need for sensual satisfaction, when he delivers supplies twice a month.
Kellie’s life seems complete, until Marine Major “Storm” Stoner washes up on her beach. Two career Marine officers – Storm and his Black Ops partner, Snake – must secure and hold Kellie’s bunker and its communications equipment, so as to prevent the facility from being taken over by the members of a terrorist cell who, unknown to Kellie, have infiltrated Black Bear Island. The terrorists must acquire Kellie’s bunker and its communication gear before they can successfully attack America with nuclear weapons.
Enter the Storm/Snake Black Ops team with a destructive force of two. As with most military operations, things do not go exactly as planned. Kellie does not trust Major Stoner from the moment she finds him, seemingly incapacitated, lying on her beach. His story seems fabricated, so she locks him in a holding cell in her bunker. On the pretext of washing salt from his garments, she has him disrobe. The physical traits displayed by her captive completely captivate the Widow Cromwell. The holding cell becomes a bondage boudoir. Kellie’s first torrid romp occurs with her captive sitting on a folding chair with his arms cuffed behind him through the cell bars. Sexual exploits steamier than a tropical rain forest ensue. The lusty relationship generates heat serious enough to contribute to global warming.
When the proper time arrives, Storm leaves the bunker, prepared to fulfill his mission. Before the team can accomplish its assignment, the terrorists attack. In the battle that follows – one in which Kellie participates out of dire necessity – all three of the principal figures end up wounded. Reinforcements arrive, and the now ample force wrests three nuclear weapons from the terrorists. The hero and heroine, each sure now of loving the other, must overcome new obstacles on their road to permanent happiness.