Marty is a 1960's feminist, who was sent through dimensions and time, to a planet full of huge, muscular alpha-type male warriors. She lives in a rural area of all women. The male warriors attack and Marty is captured by a seven and a half feet tall warrior, who turns out to be a king.
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Kil Q'an Tal witnessed the killing of his mother when he was young and has hardened his heart against caring about anything except ruling his land. He does not know what to do with his new bound servant, Marty, who is from earth and has ridiculous ideas about women's equality. She yells obscenities at him and refuses to do anything he tells her. Yet he wants her more than he has ever wanted a woman. He puts her in his harem and refuses to let any other warrior near her. He repeatedly tries to seduce Marty, who finally gives in because he seems to want her so much.
Within the harem, Marty makes a friend, Ora, who is about to be released from service. Marty has fallen in love with Kil, but knowing there can never be anything between aservant and the king, Marty convinces Ora to help her escape. Kil chases after Marty as he finally realizes that Marty is his life mate. He has already lost one woman he loved, he's not about to do so again. But if he finds her, can she ever forgive him for treating her like a slave?
The review of this Book prepared by L. Watson