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The Warrior Victorious (Terrilian #5)

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Terry wakes up to find that she can't remember how she got where she is - and worse is the knowledge, when she's told, of where that is.
Paperback, 415 pages
Published March 1st 1988 by DAW
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Michael Dunellen
Note to science fiction fans who read this review: I read this in the '80s from a Science Fiction standpoint. This time I am evaluating it from an BDSM Romance standpoint. And this is spoilery so be careful if you haven’t read this yet.

So, to recap where we left off: Terrilian led the assault on the Chama of Vediaster and she and her Rebel Alliance were successful. Only then she found out that by beating the Chama she had become the Chama, Tammad tells she can no longer be his, She is so distrau
Main Characters:
Main Characters:
Terrilian Reya - A Prime who has been kidnapped and taken to a facility used to breed more Primes
Tammad - The barbarian leader who has claimed Terry on Rimilia

Terry wakes up in a facility without remembering why she was there and having much of her past memories taken from her. She learns that she is going to be used for breeding more Prime males and that she has no choice in whether she becomes pregnant or whose child she carries. She also will be used
Series ends with a Bang

Terry ends up on the planet New Dawn in the hands of the Empaths true enemies, Rathmore and the Central Government. As usual the villains plan on taking over the Amalgamation and further enslaving the Empaths. Satisfying end to a series filled with the personal and social development of Terry and her abilities. This last book see her becoming a competent responsible adult that can finally hold her own. Sexual situations are not graphically described but the content is expl
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I read this so long ago. It was one of my first ones I've read which involved sexual slavery in a non-con way. It disturbed me on several levels because I was aroused yet felt it was wrong. I wonder what I would think of it today after reading so much taboo BDSM. I'd probably just need a little "me" time.
Robert Rosenberg
If you liked the Terrilian Series, check out the Direct-to-eBook sequel series "Mind Warriors" at as well as the individual books listed here on Goodreads. It continues the plot from where this book ends.
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Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Attended New York University and graduated with a B.A. in 1963. Married in 1963, had three sons, divorced in 1976. Raised the sons, Andy, Brian and Curtis, alone in New Jersey. Worked for AT&T as a shareowner correspondent, then as an all-around assistant in a construction company, then sold bar steel for an import firm. Left that job as assistant sales manager ...more
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