By John Norman
Ellen is a gorgeous younger slave woman on this planet Gor. yet she used to be no longer regularly so attractive. for almost sixty years, she used to be a girl of Earth, yet lifestyles had principally handed her by way of. Then, following an opportunity come upon on the opera with a surprisingly accepted younger guy, she unearths herself transported from Earth to Gor. the following she discovers the real id of her kidnapper and his sinister factors. She is given a wierd drug that reverses the getting older procedure, turning again time itself, and once more she is the attractive younger girl she recalls from years ahead of, see you later in the past. Now her adventures rather start. males problem each other to possess her. To the victor cross the spoils, yet who will that victor be?
Rediscover this brilliantly imagined international the place males are masters and girls stay to serve their each wish.
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