- Average 4.5 from 6 ratings
Marriner is one kinky writer. He has the nack of cranking up the
sexual tension through out the book 5 out of 5 (Sooty)
As usual for this author, well written and arousing. Humiliating
objectification and dehumanization perversely and creatively raised
(or lowered) to new levels even when focused on common themes. As a
black professor and mother, I am ashamed at how much I long for a
similarly unfortunate black professional woman to be subject to such
things by whites. 5 out of 5
The idea of a black former employee Revenge on his former employer,
the arrogant white lady, is a scenario that always works well.
Especially if the Avenger is older, fat, ugly, and ignorant. In this
story, the situation is very well built. The idea to make the white
female slaves trained as bitches is excellent. But again the author
falls into the trap of exaggeration .which is a pity 4 out of 5
The post apocalyptic world describe by Peter M does not look good for
any Caucasian female. They are turned into slaves then beast of burden
and finally pet animals. I am wondering how lower can the author drag
them down? Does the hate of non-white people knows no limit? In any
case this is as good as it gets if you like dehumanization and race
Personally i would like to see a sequel with long term effects on
these white-bitches. 5 out of 5 (n0ir3)
Debtor In The Desert
Stranded in a disintegrating Saharan state by a world-wide catastrophe, Angela is trapped helplessly into debt under local custom and compelled to serve a sequence of creditors with increasingly bizarre requirements
No. words: 40500
Style: Male Dom - M/F, Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual BDSM
Available Formats: MOBI EPUB MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook / Paperback Book
Published: 4 / 2020
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For many years a Merchant Seaman who voyaged world wide. Wrote most of the stories then foe my own amusement and updated them later for publication.
An interest in SF themes particularly Post Catastrophe worlds as a way to strand white females among non-European survivor groups.
Some of the stories are historically based in wilder times and places.