Breeding the Sorceress (breeding, lactation, transformation) [NOOK Book]

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Solana the Sorceress is on a mission from the Council of Mages, sent on the trail of a dark Necromancer who’s been sowing discord and disharmony across the realm. Little does she know, the Necromancer is well aware of the Council’s plot and has set up a carefully laid ambush to capture her. She awakens to find herself, bound and shackled, at the mercy of the Necromancer’s apprentice. His nefarious mission is to turn Solana into a breeding machine, ready to produce an army of half-orcs for his Master. Solana finds...

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Breeding the Sorceress (breeding, lactation, transformation)

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Overview

Solana the Sorceress is on a mission from the Council of Mages, sent on the trail of a dark Necromancer who’s been sowing discord and disharmony across the realm. Little does she know, the Necromancer is well aware of the Council’s plot and has set up a carefully laid ambush to capture her. She awakens to find herself, bound and shackled, at the mercy of the Necromancer’s apprentice. His nefarious mission is to turn Solana into a breeding machine, ready to produce an army of half-orcs for his Master. Solana finds her own white magic used against her; turning her into a lactating, sex-hungry beast who’s ready to mate with as many orcs as it takes to fulfill the Necromancer’s wishes.

This 4,574 word long story contains the following themes: breeding, heavy monster sex, transformation and lactation. For 18+ readers only!

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An orange glow eased itself over the sheen of sweat covering my body, there was some light coming from below me. I looked down; there was a small circle of colour that was gradually growing wider and wider until it enveloped me completely. I was suddenly in a world of light. Through the haze of my frustration I saw that I was being lowered through the ceiling of a huge dining hall, there were tables and benches everywhere, with dark figures hunched over plates. The orange glow was coming from a huge fire in the centre of the room; it had some kind of animal roasting on a spit in the centre of it. As I got closer to the floor I was realised the figures were not of normal size, the cavernous hall had spoilt my sense of perspective, these were at least twice the size of a normal man. These were the orcs the mage had promised me. Their lank black hair hung over their bodies. Their grey skin covered bulging, rippling muscles and their modesty was barely concealed by a black leather loincloth. There were none more ferocious in combat that orcs, grown knights were known to weep and hide at the sound of their awful war cries. I was just a powerless sorceress being lowered, naked and shackled, toward them. What chance did I stand?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016052168
  • Publisher: Tony Martin
  • Publication date: 1/22/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 466,872
  • File size: 228 KB

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    Mote..

    Hope there is more.

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