Jan is looking for a book that's memorable in an oceanic kind of way:
I think I read this in the early eighties. A pirate or sea captain hero brings an innocent heroine to his Caribbean plantation. I can't remember how these two got together.
He keeps her with him at all times but never has sex because he believes she's a prostitute but I think they mess around in his cabin.
They make it to the plantation.
Somehow, they end up in the ocean naked and he can't resist her charms anymore. They have some sexy times in the ocean where he takes her virginity. It's the craziest scene because the waves cause her to bounce up and down on his wangdang doodle. She's crushed because he doesn't realize what he's done to her. And of course, she doesn't tell him.
The final 1/4 of the story is how he discovers her lost of innocence and how he makes it up to her.
I wish I could remember why the heroine was on that ship. Hell, I can't even remember whose plantation it was. This book has stayed with me for years. Sound familar?
I think more books would be improved with liberal application of wangdang doodle's in the ocean, don't you? Do you recognize this book?