Centaur’s Wife is the second book in this series. I’m not really sure how far I’m going to go with it, but the first book, Centaur’s Slave, was popular, so why not a sequel? Yes, I’m using Hollywood sequel logic on ebook erotica.
As always, available on Smashwords, Amazon, and everywhere else fine ebook erotica is sold.
And depending on where you buy it, you might get the dirtier cover.
The sequel to Centaur’s Slave.
This is a 12,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.
Content warning: features graphic sex, sex between a human and non-human character, sex between a centaur and a human, fantasy monster sex, other unusual sex practices, and other depictions of adult sexuality. Explicit language and adult only content.
The mounting block used in Dorrkar’s tent wasn’t all that different from what was used in Duke Nuekome’s manor house. The design was the same, maybe it was made of roughhewn wood and lacked padding, but it was well-worn and much older. When Proval and Dorrkar came to the tent where Lianna waited the Ruta and Miri, right away her lover ordered her to the mounting block.
She almost ran to it, eager to prove herself in front of her lover’s uncle. Unlike her first time at the Duke’s house she wasn’t tied down to the mounting block, she just gripped the bars in the correct spot, arched her back, and offered up herself. There was much laughing and drinking when Proval and Dorrkar had returned. All the women knew what to expect, it was just how the centaur’s wanted them; they were just waiting for orders. Once the command came, Lianna knew exactly what she had to do. She knew she was being tested, not by Proval, but by Dorrkar. The older centaur watched the entire mating with his sharp eyes.
The mounting block wasn’t much more than an inclined bench with some attached rests for her knees and forearms. There were obvious ways that she could have been tied down, Lianna saw that, but those weren’t necessary. Strictly speaking the mounting block wasn’t needed for a centaur to mate with a woman.. The mounting bench just made the positioning of their bodies that much easier.
It also made it possible for those watching to get a proper view of the mating pair. That was the true purpose of the mounting block; it made the centaur’s wife an object of pleasure for all those watching.