Evie: A Wintry Ambush p44

Artwork by ArtOfVenus, vignette below!

UNCENSORED page 44 and vignette at the WordPress link

Evie scouts the northern woods for a troublesome ogre. But there are other creatures besides ogres lurking in the forest!

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If I’d known this was where my capture was headed, I’d have resisted and fought more just after being ambushed and pinned under the net.  Then, at least, I still had my clothes and some gear.

I had kept telling myself that I just needed to be strong and endure whatever the snotlings were going to do to me, be patient, wait for an opportunity to escape—but this just kept getting worse!  

And now they were talking as if they planned to keep me prisoner for a while—keep me as some kind of humie pet!  Many types of larger creatures sought to keep human women in captivity—dragons, orcs, goblins, lizard-men, froglins—I’d never heard of snotlings doing it.

But I’d underestimated these nasty little creatures right from the start.  And now, bound tightly and helpless, pinned down and vulnerable among five of them—and their curious little squig—they were in a position to do just that—keep me captive and use me as they pleased.

They all knew by now that they had me well controlled; I could do little more than squirm and squeal while I was held down, groped, prodded, and licked.  They didn’t even need the spear.

And by now they could tell they were having an effect upon me—from the ticklish tongue of the squig, to the fingers delving inside me, to the forceful thrusting of the leader—they grew bolder as my writhing was becoming more urgent and my muffled squeals were getting louder.

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This is page 44 of a full Evie story in collaboration with ArtOfVenus.

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And watch for more with Evie soon!

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