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By John Norman

During this installment of the Gorean Saga, attractive and headstrong Elinor Brinton of Earth reveals herself thrust into the savage global of Counter-Earth, often referred to as Gor. Brinton needs to relinquish her earthly place as a stunning, prosperous, and strong girl whilst she reveals herself part of the cruel Gorean society. She is powerless as a feminine excitement slave within the camp of Targo the slave-merchant. pressured to benefit the humanities of delivering excitement to any guy who buys her, Elinor is set to flee. however, she is bought for a excessive fee, and her grasp is set to get his money’s worthy . . .

Rediscover this brilliantly imagined global the place males are masters and girls stay to serve their each desire.

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They walked down the hall and entered the girl's chamber. Breanna-that was her name. Of the Black Wave, as if anyone could doubt her color. But she seemed nice enough, and they'd better get along, because there really were dragons in Xanth, and Pia had no idea how to avoid them. Justin was there, as quiet as before. Then the gaudy dragon man and splashy damsel arrived. The odd thing was that the room didn't seem at all crowded, even with eight people. "Some things we need to clarify," the damsel said.

He remembered the name meant something, like a pool cleaner, but couldn't quite recover it, though Breanna had spoken it several times. Kim shook her head. "We don't know them. But we don't have to; we'll get acquainted soon enough. " "Yes. " Kim said. " Impulsively she leaned across and planted a firm kiss on his mouth. The world seemed to turn over, Edsel was floating on the elevated side of a Ferris wheel, high among pink clouds, dizzy but happy. Suddenly the rest of the mystery evaporated, and he knew what Dug meant.

Then maybe he could find a hole in the ground or something. A giant foot crashed down on one side of the tree. Edsel turned to the other side-and there was the dragon's awful snoot. He was trapped before he even got started. " he cried. And there he was back in the hall, standing before the picture, which now showed a dragon crouching by a tree. His heart was pounding. That had been one close escape. If this was illusion, he wasn't sure he would care to try the reality. He'd better tell Breanna the deal was off.

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