I bought this because a had read other works by both authors. I really enjoyed Jaid Black's story "Besieged". Ms Black writes believable and enduring characters. Peggy came across as a typical career women trapped in an ancient society that treats women as chattel. Wolf is the typical Viking set on capturing a bride. They grow to love each other and work together to find a way to make their lives together work. I recommend anything that Jaid Black writes.
J.W. McKenna's story is about a group of wealthy men that come together to hunt (really with paint guns and all) human prey. In this case a woman. The organizer of the hunt has done this before to other women. Amy is kidnapped and told the rules of the game. She is bound and determined that she will need be gang raped by a bunch of wealthy perverts. She gives them a run for their money and wins. Ms McKenna's stories are not for the weak of heart.
These are explicit stories. If you are not into naked women and lots of sex don't buy this book.
Oh, YUK. This book was such a waste of time and money that I'm still kicking myself for ordering it, even though it was free. From the absolutely awful artwork on the cover (anatomically incorrect - dosn't anyone check this stuff?!?) to the garbage printed inside, don't bother reading this junk. If you manage to get a copy of it, just throw it in the fireplace. I found both stories totally insulting to the intelligence of any female, and so completely unbelieveable as to be beyond fiction. I hated every inch of this book and found it insulting to the human spirit. One of the worste books I have EVER read.
The McKenna story is much better than the Black. Both are just okay. Nothing special.
fast book!"trackers" just reading bout a girl being hunted, caught raped by the winner then raped by the rest is not what i would ever see happening!