Control dinosaurs. Tame women. Rule the world.
Victor Shelby ends each day wondering when his life is going to get better. His parents are dead, he struggles to pay rent, and his boss at the animal control shelter has him cleaning cages instead of working in the field. His dream of helping animals seems destined to end in a mop bucket.
Then Victor is abducted by aliens and deposited on a prehistoric world filled with hungry dinosaurs and beautiful alien women.
He doesn’t know why he is here or what his purpose is, but he finds himself fighting for survival. Most men would have been lizard kibble in a few moments, but Victor’s natural ability to empathize with animals has grown stronger, and he finds himself able to control the most docile of the terrible lizards.
Victor will have to use his taming powers to provide food, water, and shelter for the three women that he has sworn to protect. Success means they get to live another day, failure means a horrible death in the jaws of Earth’s most deadly predators.
Disclaimer: This book has ravaging dinosaurs, a lot of cursing, extreme violence, and a harem of exotic alien women. The novel is not meant for people under the age of 18.
We meet Victor, a normal twenty-year-old man who works as an animal control specialist. He is on his way out of work when his boss, Beatrice, stops him and makes him work overtime. He tries to refuse because he has to go visit his family's grave but Beatrice does not relent, he buckles and does as she says. Victor heads out to a rich suburb in West Hollywood.
When he arrives he checks in and gets access to the neighborhood and heads to the house. Once he arrives he gets pulled out of his truck by a group of gorgeous women in skimpy swimsuits one of which grabs his hand and pulls him through to the pool where other women help get him to the location of the animal he was called in to handle. During all of this Victor is busy taking in all of the lovely lady flesh, and suddenly gets pulled out of it when one of the women recognizes him. It's Lacey Rogers, Victor's high school crush. They talk for a few moments then Victor turns the conversation to the emergency at hand, he asks where the animal is. Apparently, the ladies were able to contain the animal, a snake, under a cooler. The women ask him if he can kill it to remove it, Victor responds that it is not necessary, he can catch it. Asking for more information, he comes up with a plan to get his job done and to impress the girls. His plan fails before he gets to enact it when the snake turns out to be a rattlesnake. He thinks about returning to the truck for the tools to take care of the snake safely but decides against it, the ladies want action and he will give it to them. Victor removes the cooler carefully and makes eye contact with the snake. Victor attempts to coach the snake gently after naming it Ernie, it doesn't work so he baits it to attack so he can get the snake to extend itself. Once the snake attacks Victor moves out of the way and grabs it by the tail and shoves it into the cooler. The women cheer for him and he feels like a king as they showed their appreciation for him.
Lacey asks Victor to stick around and after some internal debate, he says yes. He then asks her if he can park the truck somewhere inside to make sure the snake doesn't get uncomfortable while he spends the day at the pool with the ladies. Victor decides to go to the restroom beforehand and while washing his hands overhears a conversation the girls are having about him. He comes out and goes to the truck to move it. He tries to turn it on but the battery is dead and his hat starts to float. Suddenly a beam is coming down and shoots through Victor's brain. Darkness and then people are grabbing his arms and legs. A scene depecting something straight out of an alien abduction film plays out and Victor gets something shoved into his skull. Everything goes black again.
Arrival to Dinosaur Land:
Building A Fort:
Attack of the Raptors:
- Beach(Victor's Landing)
- Watering Hole(Croc Attack and recurring location)
- Camp/Cave(Technically different from Fort)