if you’re looking for a hot one-off erotic novella that features elements of WAM, vore, tentacles, extradimensional maneaters stealing human flesh to get down in a threesome, some light exhibitionism and a futa scene, then daddy you’ve found the right novella available for $4.99 or free on Kindle Unlimited.
i especially love it when it sells a copy before it’s even available on the amazon store somehow??? idk but if whoever is stalking my amazon page could also encourage their friends to do it i would appreciate it. gotta get that moneeeeeyyyyyyyyy. anyway this one was unexpected but fun, i started it in 2019 and it was always intended to be somehow influenced by gene wolfe but then he had to selfishly go and die (ugh) and the project got cratered. now i’m glad i didn’t obviously because it wouldn’t have been erotic and wouldn’t have been AWESOME like it is now. anyway buy it buy it buy it buy it buy it buy it buy it i want money buy it buy it buy it
Don’t miss this Kindle-exclusive novella of erotic horror by the author of HER ROMAN SLAVE and DOTTIE FOR YOU: SELKIE is a far splash from The Little Mermaid.
“Would you like to live forever?“
When Annette allows her alienated boyfriend Jacob to drag her to a sales conference on the dreary Oregon coastal town of Bandon she’s hoping for a weekend of peace–but time alone quickly reveals the dysfunctions of their relationship and leaves her searching for some quiet on the shore. This attempt at solitude instead leaves her reeling from a passionate rendezvous at the tendrils of a slick and strange sea creature, she’s conflicted by overwhelming lust and unbridled terror–but not near as much when the creature begins stealing the skins of hotel visitors to close in on its true prey.
Turns out this maneater from beyond spacetime has an offer for her. Love it and live forever. Love it and be more than human. Love it and accept its predatory, unearthly nature.
And, morals aside, if her new lover can assume the identity of anyone it devours–even inhabiting multiple bodies at once–how can she possibly say no?