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Fairy Dust

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68 pages48 minutes

Summary

Morgan the wizard has a lot of problems in his life. A shape-changing wife. A surly servant. A posting in the worst city in the Five Lands.

Fairy dust is nothing to mess around with. While it is only a mild aphrodisiac, it is the way for fairies to change a human’s sexual orientation. That’s not a concern for Morgan the Wizard until Mulberry Dapplevine shows up to report the fairy enclave’s entire supply of fairy dust is gone. The only problem with Morgan investigating is that fairies are incredibly attractive and sexually alluring to humans...even if the fairies are only two feet all.

What follows is a sexual comedy of errors and size differentiation.

This is a 10,000 word story intended for adult audiences. Part four.

WARNING! ADULT READERS ONLY
This is a 10,000 word erotic novella that contains explicit sex and sexual descriptions. It focuses on sexual interaction between humans and fantasy creatures and fairies, magical sex, lesbian sex, gay sex, BDSM, shape-changing sex, and group sex, along with other sexually explicit themes and language that not all members of the public will enjoy.

All characters are 18 or older.

Excerpt:

“This body isn’t a virgin,” he reported to her.

“They never are, haven’t you noticed?”

“Uh-huh,” he said as he moved closer to her. It quickly became apparent he was using her for sexual relief. That was part of the role of a wizard’s wife because magical energies could cause him to have sudden surges of lust. Often that worked to her advantage. She didn’t mind when he wanted her without reason.

“What happened?” she asked him, clutching his body to hers.

“Visit from a fairy,” he said. “I wanted her. But I decided to wait for you.”

Cassandra smirked at him. “You wanted to bed a fairy?”

“You know they have that effect on men. All men. And women too.”

Cassandra giggled and let her mind wander. She knew exactly the type of effect fairies had on men and she loved it.

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