Dee Ellison is catapulted from Earth and ends up in a mysterious alien world populated by an all-male race of ape men. Hoards of ape men who keep humanoid females captive -- as sex slaves. More terrifying yet, the alpha male of the most powerful Hoard is hot on Dee's trail...
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November 13, 2009
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Excerpt from Dementia by Jaid Black
Her friends called her the Schemer, or Scheme for short, for she had always been well known for her ability to get out of tight situations. But as she ran through the dense Dementian jungle panting for air, her heartbeat drumming like mad against her chest, Delores Ellison was afraid that, for the very first time in her twenty-nine years, she had gotten herself into a situation there was no squeezing out of.
Her father had always said she was too much like her mother for his peace of mind. Perhaps he had been right.
Dee dashed through the overgrown jungle as fast as her feet would carry her. She ignored the rogue strands of golden hair that whipped into her eyes and stung them, and instead concentrated her energy on escaping the gorilla fighter whose hunting skills were proving to be frighteningly keen.
He's gaining on me, she thought hysterically as she braved a quick glance over her shoulder. Good God in heaven, do not let this beast enslave me!
She still didn't know how it had happened, still had no clue how she'd ever been catapulted from Earth to this...this...place. But she had been in Dementia for over a year now and, at least until this night of reckoning, had managed to thwart any would-be slave traders from capturing her.
She had survived on berries and an odd blue fish for sustenance, slept in hollowed out stone caves for protection from the elements, all the while searching in vain for the bizarre stone icon shaped like a gorilla's head that she had been holding when she'd been mystically transported to this dark, frightening world so reminiscent of Planet of the Apes. Dee was certain that if only she could find that talisman--or whatever in the hell it was--she could go back to Earth, back to home.
She ran into the night, dashed through the highlander jungle terrain she had grown accustomed to, her breath coming out in short gasps. She knew--knew--that the gorilla fighter was gaining on her, would catch her at any moment if she didn't figure out a way to escape him. She could sense his sharp green eyes on her, could hear the low growl of a predator hissing in his throat...
Please, she silently begged the heavens. I do not want to be a slave! Oh God--oh please God help me!