Turks Centaurs mating with humans hunting for boy especially for life
The centaur is customarily depicted as a creature with the head, arms and torso of a human and the body of a horse with four equine legs. The centaur has also been depicted in Greek vase paintings, however, in the form of a human body terminating in human forelegs and feet or hooves with an equine barrel and hind legs extending behind the waist and buttocks. It is thought that the concept of the centaur may have originated in Babylonia, in present-day Iraq, during the Kassite dynasty ca.
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Arlo can show the centaurs the best place to lay an ambush for the king, but what can Eslyn, a simple peasant girl, hope to offer a rough band of warrior beast men other than her fertile, nubile body. Arlo can show the centaurs the best place to lay an ambush for the king, but what can Eslyn, a simple peasant girl, hope to offer a rough band of warrior beast men other than her fertile, nubile body Get A Copy.
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May 02, carol rated it liked it Recommends it for: Adult and taboo readers. Shelves: eroticabdsmcross-speciemythologicaltaboo. I read this as part of the BDSM taboo challenge, the sub theme of bestiality. As I don't want to read of anything illegal or real, this being based on myth, and such creatures as centaurs having never existed meant it was a safe taboo for me to read. The Centaur from myth has the torso, head and arms of a human and from waist down and back the body and of course genitalia of a horse. There were mainly male and one female centaurs in this story.
Two human siblings, Arlo and Eslyn are trying to flee in a war between humans and centaurs but are captured and to be executed. Their choice painless or painful deaths. Eslyn, ple to the female leader for her brother and her life. Arlo becomes of use to the centaurs in his knowledge of the area, so is reprieved and Eslyn condemned but the males ask for her as their 'distraction'.
Here is a far better quality story plot than similar books I've read by other writers of this theme. Thought has gone into how it might be possible for human and centaur to arouse and be aroused and mate. I was shocked to find it erotic and a turn on and sensitively written, despite the title series, but put that down purely to the writer's ability. Even in such a brief story her characters have personality, Centaurs mating with humans, sensuality and it goes both ways for Eslyn and her many different centaur suitors.
It seems the male centaur prizes the human female and will take them as bride and mother of future cross specie offspring. This bit made me cringe OK compared to a similar short story by another contemporary writer this is nearer to four stars than two. It is short, but long enough to get a story with beginning, middle and end, a decent plot, characters a few of whom are memorable and quite erotic scenes Overall this rates as a good 3 stars maybe 3.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one ». About Clea Kinderton. Clea Kinderton. Jo: Clea, tell us about yourself. Clea: I write dirty stories. Are you going to eat this? Jo: No, go ahead. Tell us about your stories. Clea: I don't think they'd like that much. This is sort of a family friendly place. I think these donuts are stale. Jo: Just don't be explicit. Just give us an idea.
Clea: Well, they're kind of weird. Jo: Weird?
1. the first centaur in greek mythology was born from a cloud
In what way? Clea: Supernatural. I watch a lot o Jo: Clea, tell us about yourself.
I watch a lot of B horror movies. I read a lot of fantasy. And, you know, my mind wanders Jo: So you don't write a lot of mainstream stuff? Billionaires, bikers. That kind of thing.
Clea: They tell you to write what you know. I don't know any billionaires. I'm not even sure I remember what a hundred dollar bill looks like. Though I did once ride on a motorcycle. Really fast.
The guy kept saying he hoped we wouldn't hit a rabbit. You don't know any of those, do you? Clea: Clearly we move in different circles.
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How old is this coffee? Jo: About an hour. So why should anyone read your stories? Clea: My English teacher asked me the same question, once. This coffee is terrible. Clea: Yes? Jo: Can you answer the question? Clea: Right. Well, because I care about the stories, I guess.