Riding the Slave 2 by Ophelia Lovelace
(Gay pony play bdsm erotica)

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Synopsis

Mike knows he shouldn’t be excited when he’s kidnapped during an anthropology field trip, and taken as a slave to a remote mountain settlement. Except that, two years ago, he agreed to be enslaved there as a human pony as part of his PhD research, and he’s felt out-of-place and frustrated ever since. A life in human bondage could be what he’s been longing for, but Mike’s not the only new captive. Jealousy towards the new ponygirl makes him rebellious. How will his Master make him submit?

Warning! This 7124 word adult-only story contains a dominant Master, a stubborn ponyboy being whipped into shape, oral sex and anal play.

Excerpt:
His hands stroked the damp hair at the back of my neck tenderly. I nuzzled my Master’s shoulder, burying my face in the luxuriously soft fur, so different from the tough, practical leather around my body.

“Good boy,” he murmured. “The training was harsh but you did well. I’m very pleased with you.”

I felt a rush of affection towards him and immense relief at having earned his forgiveness. A small spark of anger burned in my belly at how absurd it was to feel fondness for a man who had just brutally beaten me, but I was too exhausted to examine the thought closely. Instead I meekly followed as he led me back into my stall.

He removed the bridle and I sat down as he unlaced my boots. My feet were still soft, and the hard day’s work had left them flushed and tender even under the gentle pressure of his fingers. He stretched out my toes and pressed against the arches to massage away the pain.

I bit my lip as he removed the nipple clamps. White hot pain radiated out as the blood flow returned, tingling and burning.

From the corner of my eye I could see the bulge in the Stablemaster’s crotch.
 

About Ophelia Lovelace

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Published January 12, 2013 19 pages
Genres: Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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