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Calder had never seen such a creature before. A human. A creature that lived just out of reach on the shore. His eyes followed her below the water as she sat on some sort of floating device. It looked like it was too thin to hold a person, but she easily sat herself on top of it. One thing he had seen time after time with these humans the past few days was they brought things he had never seen. He blinked, lowering himself down onto his boulder in wonder. In his search for something new and interesting he'd found a world he'd never seen the one above the water. He remembered hearing about a rumor of these creatures deep in the oceans, but this was the first time he found them. He glanced down to his beautifully blue scaled tail with slight displeasure. It easily distanced him even more from the humans.
He'd seen plenty of humans during the day, while he sat in the depths, simply watching those with the floating boards zoom over his head. He would have liked to thin
Slave market 2 A curtian started to rise near her. Jennifer squirmed and bucked against herSlave market 25 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
restraints. "Mmummph!" She tried to shout but the gag was too effective. She started to
hear voices. A light was shining on her. "Ladies and gentlemen, this is the next item up
for bid." She couldn't believe what she heard. Her, up for bid? "She has a temper as firey
as her red hair. You'll want to keep this girl tied down. We'll start the bidding at 2k."
She started to struggle even more. As the price went up, she started to envision many
possible outcomes of her situation. "I hear 30k from the gentlemen in the front row." She
thought' "This can't be happening to me." The bids kept getting higher.
It was up to 100,000. all she could do was await the outcome. She stopped
struggling. She gave up. She accepted that she wasn't getting out of this. "I hear 120k, do
I hear 130k?" The auctioneer went on. Sudde