Saber, the grandson of the village chief, has reached his twentieth year and must undergo a series of trials in order to enter manhood. For his thirteenth trial, he must face and slay a beast in the community's coliseum, something that he is confident he can do. He isn't afraid of the so-called monster, believing it to be as harmless as ivy. But he doesn't understand that the strange plant has animal-like instincts, and urges that only Saber can fulfill as he becomes a man.
Warning: This short story is for adults only and contains gay sex, deflowering, reluctant sex with a tentacle monster, oral, and anal.
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Published January 13, 2013
Erotica, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction.