Heather by Charles Arnold
Even before she was born Heather’s life is determined by her uncle, an extremely wealthy and brilliant scientist, Doctor Bruno. Without ever contacting her he pays to send her to the best universities. He also sees to it that she is raised by a black nannie who is practiced in the occult arts. Through her growing up Heather’s dreams and desires are controlled by Carmella, her nanny. After her graduation she and her new husband are, on the orders of Doctor Bruno, kidnapped by cruel mountain men and held captive for several weeks. Heather quickly learns what it means to be a slave.
A year before Heather’s birth Doctor Bruno performed the first successful experiment in cross breeding between man and animal. The father’s seed came from the highest order of the ape family, a bonobo. The mother was Carmella, Hester’s nannie. The result of Doctor Bruno’s experiment is a gentle creature he names Namba. The doctor owns a huge compound in Northern Mexico. In addition to state of the art living facilities and laboratories the doctor has had a portion of the compound made into a kind of Eden. Heather is to marry Namba and bear his children in this idyllic setting. And so she does.
But in a raid on the compound she’s kidnapped by savage drug runners and is forced to become a whore for the cartel. She’s rescued by the wealthy and powerful Jorge Cruiz, a major world supplier of marijuana and highly respected member of Mexico’s political elite. He belongs to an exclusive group of the world’s richest men. Once a year he is required to find a beautiful young woman and hold an auction. The highest bidder owns her. Among those who come to the auction are the mysterious Japanese Mr. Satomi and the sadistic General Shuka who presides over a huge portion of Nigeria. Heather is sold to the highest bidder for fourteen million dollars.
The real surprise comes later when, without any coercion, Heather decides where and who she wants to be.