Unpleasant Diversion serialization
For the last few years, Dina was getting ready for a century-long trip that would ensure she and her new husband would have a rich life on a planet far away.
The FCM Dilafin 3 was a long-distance ship powered by the gravity well produced by a singularity. Incapable of traveling faster-than-light (FTL), it would streak toward Dina’s new home while firing beacons which was used by the FTL system that spread out from the center of civilization.
By the time they reached their home, they would have a steady connection with the rest of civilization, a share of every ship using the beacons they laid out, and centuries of interest in their bank accounts. It would be a good life, a rich life. Perfect for the newlywed couple ready to start their new lives.
Except, the ship never made it. Pirates from another civilization hijack the ship on their way for their own adventures. With nothing else to do, they decide to use the thousands of people in stasis pods as a pleasant diversion to pass the time.
For Dina, her remaining time would decidedly be unpleasant. More so when they finish surgically altering her body to be the perfect receptacle for their other desires besides violent death and games of chance, a way of passing time as a victim of the pirate’s lust.
This is set in the same universe as Eliza and the Raptor and also is set in one of the many arc ships, generational ships that spend centuries flying to a distant location while dropping FTL beacons to allow rapid transportation behind them.
There are quite a few themes in here, but:
- Rape, lots of alien rape.
- Aliens who are kind of like predators, because they are sexy as fuck.
- Barbed cocks and massive lengths. I am a size queen.
- Surgical modification.
- Mass slavery.