A Different Prince Charming: Futanari Erotica

Nymirra Publishing
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 Putting everything on the board, Amelia's father has gathered his army and even brought his daughter along to the front. He plans to confront the elven army and establish his supremacy once and for all. Plans and strategies have a habit of not surviving contact with the enemy, though, something that the monarch's daughter soon learns in a very personal way. 


A Different Prince Charming is an erotica short story that details the meeting of two people of different races with entirely different ideas about how the world should be. One cannot refuse the other's idea of teaching, and things quickly take a turn towards the carnal in the royal tent. 


This story contains 8000+ words of scorching, interracial fantasy erotica, featuring an amazonian futanari (A woman, except with cock and balls) elf and her reluctant, dubious princess partner.

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About the author

 Like many other authors, Maria started writing at a young age. From the time the first family computer got its place in the house office, Maria could be found tapping away at the keyboard. At first, it was merely disjointed short adventures, but as time passed, the stories developed into more.


Maria's favorite thing in the world is to write a well-received story, whether it is short erotica or a novel-length book. Writing is cathartic to her, and not something that was focused on real publishing for the longest time. Her skills were honed in the fiery and often deceptive pits of both fantasy and fanfic before arriving here, on Amazon.

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Publisher
Nymirra Publishing
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Pages
33
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Erotica
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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This content is DRM free.
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Maria N. Lang
 What do you do when a sex-crazed, pent-up orc monster has decided that you will be its next partner? Sophie, unfortunately, has little time to ponder this question. She runs, instead. Tries to get away. Tries to figure out how the world turned upside down. One moment, she was on her way to spend a night flirting with a duke's son. The next, she's in the mud with an angry and very determined greenskin.


The orcs have lived as slaves and low-class citizens for generations. The humans look down on them, and employ them as menial laborers and fodder in wars. The great majority of the greenskins can do nothing about this. Grakka's clan is one of the few that remain free. In spite of residing in the king's woods and hunting his game, they have been largely undetected so far. This relative peace has allowed them to concoct a scheme that will change the kingdom forever.


The king has but one heir. Princess Sophie. Whoever marries her, whoever sires children with her, will inherit the kingdom. If the princess was to give birth to half-orc children, what would then happen? Even if the king refused their right to inherit and called them bastards, a seed would be planted in the minds of the kingdom's greenskins. That is what the clan wants.


Grakka, egged on for weeks, fed herbs making her hyperpotent, wants nothing more than release. When she is pointed in Sophie's direction, what will happen is all but a certainty.


Princess Sophie contains 5000+ words of futanari monster erotica. It features a sex-starved orc dickgirl set loose in order to breed the naive, young princess Sophie, no matter the odds.

George R. R. Martin
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