Outcast by M. Keep

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The half-demon was trapped.

Brutish bandits surround her, and it was only a matter of time before the snapped.

But when a helping hand of one of her rapists is extended to her, breaking a lifetime of precedence, can she dare hope that it might mark a change in her fortunes? Or is even a minor act of kindness too good to be true?

Warning: This novella contains violence, sex, and sexual assault. Over 20k words.


"The boss man won't give a shit if what's done is done." He unfurled the leather belt, holding it as a restraint to use upon her.

The elf meanwhile glared at her with a gaze that could kill. "Best ya just shut up," a corner of his lips curled fiendishly, "Unless ya wanna scream." The two men began to flank her, and with the fire on one side, the stone wall behind, she was hemmed in.

Elin felt her back press against the wall, her eyes switching between the two of them as she shook her head. Her lower lip trembled, shoulders slumped, "Don't do this!" The stone tugged at the fabric of her hood, her horns coming into view.

The two men moved in on her, Odir commanding the elf, "Grab her hands an' we'll lash 'em with this," and almost before the words were out, hands were grabbing for her wrists and the belt was coming to her to tie her. It was impossible for her to fight back, though it didn't stop her from trying. The leather was pulled taut about her arms and in quick succession the men began to grab for her legs, twisting them apart and bringing her down to the ground.

Flailing and squirming, the wall slowed her fall and made it more awkward as her head knocked back against it, causing her to cry out. She wasn't going to scream, though. She was determined not to please them.

Just as the greedy, dirty hands of her companions began to work at her outfit, a loud bellowing cry carried on the wind. There were no words, just a cry of rage that echoed off the crags of the mountain making it impossible to tell the location of. As the two men looked around, the quickly approaching visage of the powerful bandit leader barrelled towards them at high speed.

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Published January 6, 2014 80 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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His natural father was a real fairy prince who “glamoured” his mother into having sex with him.

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