1. The Knight and the Acolyte Book1, Chapter 6: Monstrous Mating

    Date: 11/1/2017, Categories: Fantasy, Lesbian, Lactation, Lesbian, Straight Sex, Monster, Non-consensual sex, Oral Sex / Blowjob, Violence, Author: mypenname3000, Source: sexstories.com

    The Knight and the Acolyte Book One: The Quest Chapter Six: Monstrous Mating By mypenname3000 Copyright 2016 Note: Thanks to B0b for beta reading this. Acolyte Sophia – Western Deorc Forest, The Federation of Deoraciynae I patted Purity's neck as the dark trees loomed over us. The elvish forest was untouched by lumberjacks, the trees growing tall and proud. The Blath Forest had seen generations of humans touch, cutting down trees, trapping, hunting, and herb gathering. Roads had been blazed through it. Here, Angela and I led our horses across game trails. The trees were too thick to ride. My feet ached in my shoes. I had never walked so far. They throbbed with every step. Angela strode before me in her armor, leading her fierce charger, Midnight. The horse clanked with every step, his metal barding rattling. I winced as branches scraped down the metal. “Can we take a break?” I asked. “I'm not used to walking.” Angela sighed. “Fine.” My emotions were so mixed. I was still angry with Angela, but she was right. We had to work together in the forest. We had to somehow find the Lesbius Oracle and not get killed by the elves. They were reputed to be a fierce race, protective of their forest. If we harmed their trees or the animals that dwelled in harmony with the elves, they would hunt us down. I trembled as I paused by Angela. I couldn't help glancing at her. She was so beautiful, with red hair that fell about her gleaming pauldrons, and large breasts that gave her an impressive ... cleavage. Her half-breastplate cupped those wonderful mounds, lifting them up and making my mouth water. A pendant nestled between her breasts and Angela's fingers absently stroked it. “Who gave you the amulet?” I asked. My words came out as an accusation and I flushed. I couldn't help it. I did love her, despite Angela's assertion it was just a schoolgirl crush. Angela's eyes tightened. “I'm not trying to start a fight,” I said, holding out my hands. “It came out wrong.” I swallowed. “Was it Kevin?” Her fingers clenched about the garnet pendant at the mention of her boyfriend. “No.” “Oh, okay.” I swallowed, my head swiveling about to stare off into the brush. The forest all looked the same, dark and green bushes around the trunks of towering trees. I couldn't see more than a few feet before the forest swallowed up everything. Silence hung between us. I wanted to reach out and take her hand. Why did love have to be so painful? Birds chirped in the trees above. Angela's hands clenched and relaxed on the amulet as she leaned against the tree. I shifted. The silence was too much. I had to say something. “So, um, who did give it to you? Unless it's too personal.” A smile crossed her lips. I was surprised by how girlish it was. “Lady Delilah.” My stomach twisted. She said the woman's name with such a breathless fondness. “So, um, you have a crush on her?” “A girlhood crush,” Angela admitted, her eyes glancing at me. I flushed. My love for Angela wasn't like a girlhood crush. “When ...