Laying with the Sea God by Grace Vilmont

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Professor Julie Marche has an interest in ancient cultures that are all but lost. When she takes a working research vacation with her best friend and fellow academic the last thing the two women expected to find was a tentacled ancient god from the deep who was intent on copulating with them for his own nefarious purposes.

This is a 7,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.

Content warning: features human sex with tentacles, human sex with sea monsters, impregnation, graphic sex, supernatural sex, and other depictions of adult sexuality some might find objectionable. Strong language and adult only content.

The two women looked out to the water. The ocean started roiling again and the massive body of the ancient creature burst though the surface spraying water everywhere. Laura gave out a terrified whimper. She was no longer capable of screaming.

“Don’t be afraid,” Julie told her. “He’ll bring you to heights of ecstasy like you’ve never known.” For just a moment Julie was jealous of Laura. Her friend had always been more sexually adventurous bedding men and women, singly and in groups. Who knows what Laura had tried that she hadn’t told Julie about? If Laura had all that experience, her rapture with the sea god might be greater than what Julie had.

As he approached Julie retreated a respectful distance, watching his undulating tentacles, his smooth skin glistening with sea water, his powerful body moved in an unearthly fashion up to Laura’s supine body. She whimpered in fear one more time before a tentacle lashed out

About Grace Vilmont

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Published December 6, 2013 by Green Bush Publishing. 23 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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