- Average 4.0 from 1 ratings
action-packed, post-apocalyptic fantasy story with many
twists and turns. Unfortunately the sex scenes are poorly
described, for a bdsm story. Nevertheless, well written and
4 out of 5 (zman)
Savage Land 2
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Selina has a new career in the post-Holocaust world: rescuing captives from would-be slavers and setting them free.
After raiding one slaver's haul, she frees Angel and her mother, Carol, who immediately join her group of fighters. Selina and her lover Vince are all set to descend on another slaver when everything starts to go wrong.
These particular slaves were destined for the fearsome monks of the mysterious monastery of Kimshah who have powers beyond normal human beings.
They easily capture the fighting girl and her friends, not to mention a Princess. Add an army and a Prince determined to claim Selina for their own and the scene is set for conflict in every direction!
Much pain and suffering awaits the hapless Selina as she struggles to survive, to rescue her lover and the Princess from the clutches of the monks while her friends struggle to survive the cruelties of the army!
No. words: 40000
Style: Male Dom - M/F, SciFi BDSM/Bondage, Sex Slavery / Training
Available Formats: Palm MOBI EPUB Sony Reader (LRF) ;MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook
Published: 5 / 2013
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Ian Smith was ordering books by Victor Bruno from Olympia when he saw their advert for authors and sent in a sample script. His first book, "The Wench Whackers' Ball" - later retitled "Ali, Slavegirl Incarnate" - was published less than three months later. Now, ten years later, he has written and seen published over twenty books.
A keen writer since childhood (and now in his forties), Ian enjoys trying to project the feelings of innocent girls caught up in fantastic and daunting circumstances. Sometimes he starts with a planned outline of a book, but often with just a single idea which develops along the way. Some of his books run in series, with recurring characters, others are one-offs.
Ian always has at least half a dozen ideas for more books and gradually those ideas are turned into reality. But then some more ideas turn up ...