Every man has a little beast inside...every woman longs to tame him. Where will you be when the beast roars for you?
The quintisential geek, Vana had never had a lover.
The ultimte warrior, Dagon had never had a wife.
Thanks to a rift in space, she's about to become both.
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The book was pretty good, a tad homophobic but still
I've read several of this authors works and this is definitely the last one I'll purchase. This book is highly offensive not only to women, but to just about everyone. Even being fiction doesn't save this junk from it's small minded views.
Absolutely hated it.
I have read multiple other books by this author and quite liked them. I despised this book for what I hope was a mischaracterization of "Earth" women. Women in this book (and please learn when to use women vs. woman) are portrayed as feeble minded and weak. Out of around a thousand kidnapped women, only 5 or 6 of them wanted to leave. Seriously? To top it off, those 5 or 6 were so inferior that they didn't even stand a chance at escape. The author made it quite clear that only virgins were desired and kidnapped, but yet they were morally loose enough to commit sex in public immediately after their weddings. Drape or no drape, it was still sex in public. I was definitely not won over by the fact that the men were so pathetic they ejaculated almost as soon as the sex began. "I can't wait." Really? Now we know why they had to have virgins! No experienced woman would tolerate it.