Mercenaries of Gor
Mercenaries of Gor

Year of publication: 1985
Sequence of author: Chronicles of counter-earth(№21)

Mercenaries of Gor

John Norman

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John Norman Mercenaries of Gor (Chronicles of Counter-Earth — 21) 1 What Occurred Outside Samnium "I do not know about other women," she said, "but I am one who wishes to belong to a man, wholly," "Beware your words," I cautioned her. "I am a free woman," she said. "I can speak as I please." I could not gainsay her in this. She was free. She could, accordingly, say what she wished, and without requiring permission. She stood before me. She had dared to brush back her hood. She had unpinned her shimmering veils, permitting them to fall about her throat and shoulders. A soft movement of hands and a shake of her head had thrown her long, dark hair behind her back. She had dark eyes. Her face was softly rounded. It was delicate and beautiful. "You have unpinned your veil," I observed. "Yes," she said. "You are brazen," I said. "Yes," she said, insolently. I mused, considering this. It is not difficult, of course, to take insolence...

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