Jenise slowly unlocked his manacled wrists. Perhaps she had made a mistake. [Gian] was much more imposing standing before her, unchained! … He expertly cornered her. His large hands reaching under her hood, tossing it back…. “Turn and face the wall.” … A deep growling sound of hunger issued from the male throat behind her…. She had made a mistake. A grievous mistake! … Frantic, she tried to turn … but he held her immobile…. A sound of despair flowed from her mouth…. A snarl escaped his lips, a cross between anger and satisfaction…. Decisively, he thrust forward…. (Joy, 1998, pp. 49-57) This quote was drawn from a best seller of the award-winning fantasy writer, Dara Joy (1998). As the story goes, Jenise puts herself in a position to be deflowered by Gian to escape the advances of another man. However, as evidenced earlier, she has second thoughts. After unchaining him, the decision is no longer hers, and she is forcefully taken.