ハーレム! ちっちゃな魔王の淫らな後宮(2)

ハーレム! ちっちゃな魔王の淫らな後宮

Book 2
KADOKAWA / エンターブレインDMG

淫魔の遺した艶本をきっかけに魔族としての本能に目覚めたユアン。 初恋のメイド・オニキスの女体を貪り尽くした魔王子は、ハーレム作りを目標に世界を旅することに! まず訪れた和の国で、妖狐退治に向かう途中だという女侍・一花に出会う。 凛々しい顔立ちやサラシを突き上げる豊乳にひと目惚れしたユアンは思いの丈をぶつけるが、女剣士の反応はすげない。 けれど、無邪気な笑顔の奥に垣間見える獰猛さが次第に一花の闘争心を刺激し……。 「えへへ……まだまだ、たくさん気持ちよくなってもらうからね?」 凛々しい女侍のサラシを剥いて、発情妖狐の敏感な尻尾や耳を責め抜いて── 和の国の美女たちを淫魔の性技で次々と屈服させていくユアン。 ちっちゃな女たらしの美女喰いは止まらない!
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KADOKAWA / エンターブレインDMG
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147
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Language
Japanese
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Young Adult Fiction / Light Novel (Ranobe)
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