The Sex Beast’s Defiled Bride (Bestiality, Humiliation Erotica) [NOOK Book]

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Maya Cattail, the daughter of Lord Cattail, has been chosen to bring peace to a long running feud with the wild Northmen by marrying their savage leader, the Huntsman. Little does Maya know, peace is a lie. The Huntsman has other plans for the unsuspecting young virgin, including covering her body in aphrodisiac, having it licked off by his pups, and making her beg to be taken by his wild dog!

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The Sex Beast’s Defiled Bride (Bestiality, Humiliation Erotica)

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Overview

Maya Cattail, the daughter of Lord Cattail, has been chosen to bring peace to a long running feud with the wild Northmen by marrying their savage leader, the Huntsman. Little does Maya know, peace is a lie. The Huntsman has other plans for the unsuspecting young virgin, including covering her body in aphrodisiac, having it licked off by his pups, and making her beg to be taken by his wild dog!

Warning! This story contains 4,889 words including bestiality, erotic massage, forced sex, public humiliation, licking torture, and a virgin’s first orgasm and is for adults only!

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Aesa reached out, easily lifting Maya’s trembling hand away from her naked sex. The high priestess clicked her tongue again.
“I’m sorry,” Maya begged with a shaking voice. There was no denying it. Her pussy was wet, slick with desire. This ritual was making Maya hotter than she had ever been before. Passion coated her sheath and she ached for... for... something. Maya had never felt the touch of a man between her legs, but she wondered if that was what she wanted.
Her hips practically leapt at Aesa’s touch, begging for her to work her tanned fingers against Maya’s parted lips. The druid traced the ointment over and around Maya’s mound, sending lines of pleasure all through her body.
It was going to be too much. Lina was still working her breasts and Maya could feel a great wave of rapture building inside of her. No, please, no, she begged her body even as she couldn’t help but move her hips and let out soft moans. If she orgasmed here, in front of the high druid, during a holy ritual...
But she couldn’t help herself. The women’s hands were insistent, demanding, and wherever the ointment touched it made Maya’s skin sensitive and flushed so that even a light finger felt like a call to pleasure.
Maya slowly thrust her hips, anticipating her onrushing ecstasy...
When suddenly the hands were gone.
“What-” she gasped, suddenly deprived. Her body still ached, but her orgasm was vanishing, a distant memory of what might have been.
“I hope for your sake you are not seeking gratification from this ritual,” Aesa said, eyeing Maya.
“N-No. Never,” Maya stumbled, suddenly remembering where she was. The heat and the ointment had made her head spin and her body...
Her body was on fire. Instead of dissipating, every inch of her skin was sensitive. Just pressing her thighs together brought a wash of desire through her. Could she really go through with the wedding?
“Come,” Aesa instructed brusquely. “Your wedding dress awaits.”
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014993128
  • Publisher: Green Tea Books
  • Publication date: 7/26/2012
  • Series: The Woman That Fucked Like A Dog, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 180,522
  • File size: 58 KB

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