I thought of the slender, lovely, red-haired Winyela
I thought of the slender, lovely, red-haired Winyela, the former debutante from Pennsylvania, Canka’s slave. She had been brought into the Barrens by Grunt, chained in his coffle, all the way from Kailiauk, near the Ihanke. She was to have been sold to Mahpiyasapa, who was interested in such a woman, white and red-haired, for five hides of the yellow kailiauk. Last year he had, in effect, put in an order for such a woman, an order which Grunt had agreed, to the best of his ability, to fill.
Blood Brothers of Gor, p. 31