The review listed stinks. This was a decent read. It was a futuristic story but more character driven rather than about 'a future world'. I really enjoyed Gills story after a bit of a slow begining. The heroine was older, which I found refreshing.
Living high in the Rockies, she first heard the voice caressing yet pleading with her to come to him, but Lenore Hemming figured it was another effect of burnout. She begins to have sensual dreams of a bronze hunk who calls out to her to come to him. Hard physical exercise fails to eliminate the plea until she pinpoints it coming from a nearby cavern.
As crazy as it seems to Lenore, she cannot help investigate the "source". To her shock, she has either totally lost it and is hallucinating or she has found a gorgeous but wounded man inside the cave. Jonallo needs Lenores help to survive. Beyond that she insists on assisting him when Jon tries to find his sister and save his planet. As Lenore and Jon become acquainted on two levels, they fall in love, but he comes from some place that is light years ahead of earth.