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I’ve been scouring my memory for the name of a book I read decades ago. I only remember fragments. Inter-dimensional portals, a female warrior who is immortal (and beautiful), an average man protagonist.

A Boris type cover with the scantily clad woman warrior on the cover... possibly with a Stonehenge type structure.

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    Hi there! This is a bit terse at the moment; could you take a look at thse guidelines, see if they trigger any more memories you could edit in? – Jenayah Dec 30 '18 at 19:11
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Possibly the Morgaine Cycle by C.J. Cherryh. "Gate of Ivrel" is the first book, published in 1976 so fits the timeframe provided. All other details - portals, female warrior, average man, cover with scantily clad woman warrior and structure - match too.

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See if this link brings back memories.

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    I think this is it! Thanks so much. – KAJohnsen70 Dec 30 '18 at 22:27
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I'm not sure if this is right but Robert Heinlein's Glory Road fits the description.

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    Some more details on how this matches maybe? ;) (quotes, summary, Goodreads link etc...) – Jenayah Dec 30 '18 at 20:40
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    Star is beautiful, but not immortal. They do travel between universes, but most often naked and using only a pentagram - no stonehenge style gates. Oscar isn't exactly average, either. He was selected for a special ability - he always knows where he is in relation to any place he has traveled. This ability was needed to get through the labyrinth guarding the "egg." – JRE Dec 30 '18 at 21:58

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