- Paperback: 190 pages
- Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing (25 July 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0972437770
- ISBN-13: 978-0972437776
- Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 1.2 x 21 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,300,168 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Trek Mi Q'an - Enslaved Paperback – 25 Jul 2008
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About the Author
Jaid Black is the founder and driving force of Ellora's Cave Publishing, the award-winning online source for erotic literature. She is also the founder and publisher of "Lady Jaided, " a sexy new magazine for women. Her novella "Hunter's Right" appears in the collection "Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down, " and her novel "Deep, Dark & Dangerous" is forthcoming from Pocket Books in March 2006. Vistit her on the web at www.jaidblack.com.
Top Customer Reviews
The down part for me has nothing to do with Kill & Marty, but his nieces predicament. At the end of this book we have Dari who is 14 years old being sent away to live with her future sacred mate & his parents because she has caused him embarrasement. She cannot see her family only if her future sacred mate allows it. She has to live with him for 11 years before he can claim her. The scene with her parents after being told of her punishment was heart-breaking. I cannot believe Zor agreed to Gio's petition to have Dari removed from her parents home & into his custody. What kind of man does that to his own brother? With brothers like that who needs enemies.
We first meet MARTY baring significant body parts in front of the White House all in the name of Womens Lib. Hours later our rampant 60's feminist thinks she's inhaled too much of the waccy baccy when she falls through a wormhole and lands on the planet TRON. Her first alien contact is with the WANI, 7 foot warrior women with neon pink eyes. As MARTY would say .... definitely not groovy!!! Though she adjusts easily to the matriarchal society (after all it's a feminists dream come true), she disapproves of a males role - puny 6 foot men are kept as slaves for any purpose his owner feels he is fit for, be it heavy labour or sex. The tables are soon turned though when MARTY herself is captured on a battlefield by KIL. She is taken as his bound servant, placed in his harem and expected to be honoured by KIL's obvious attraction to her. MARTY is initially resistant to her own strange empathic reaction to KIL and culturally ignorant to its significance. Though overwhelmingly drawn to him she continually refuses his summons to the bedchamber and leaves poor frustrated KIL utterly bewildered by her views that the women he owns should 'subvert the dominant paradigm' and equally baffled by his overpowering need just to be in her presence.
We learn that KIL (whom we first met in THE EMPRESS' NEW CLOTHES) was only 10 yessat years old when he witnessed his mother JANA brutalised to death by insurrectionists.Read more ›