Once again, the text is downloaded raw from Project Gutenberg, pasted into a Word document (I'm using Word 2007, in case that makes a difference); the Gutenberg preamble and notes are stripped out; then I click the "Summarize" button and ask for 100 words. No further editing of any kind has taken place.
I think this one is pretty tough, although it's certainly a famous book, probably available in the classics section of any big bookshop. But let's see...
"Sweet-heart, do you want a place?
what pain could stand before a pleasure so transporting? The present possession was all my little head could find room for.
Then, who can express the fire his eyes glistened, his hands glowed with! whilst sighs of pleasure, and tender broken exclamations, were all the praises he could utter. the unnumbered kisses! You would ask me, perhaps, whether all this time I enjoyed any perception of pleasure? A little eternity in love!
I felt the prodigious keen edge, with which love, presiding over this act, points the pleasure: love!