A Shalar is Born

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Celeste has had her eye on the village blacksmith for quite a while, and this time she's determined to get his attention.

A bold offer gives her an opening, but is she really ready to do whatever she's told?

This story is a prequel to Lady of the Drake More
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About J.V. Altharas

J.V. Altharas is a veteran entertainer with a filthy, filthy mind. He is an accomplished stage and studio vocalist exploring the realm of erotic audio books after returning his full attention to a life-long love affair with fantasy fiction.

Current projects include Lady of the Drake, a new erotic fantasy romance from Ravenous Romance, a free erotica website (with text and audio) at TwistedErotica.com and several upcoming erotic audio pieces for Ravenous Romance.

J.V. is also a sex-positive activist and host along with his girlfriend Shara, of the five-star-rated, gleefully explicit, brutally blunt sex-education podcast Ending the Sexual Dark Age, which you can find at SexualDarkAge.com.

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Anjelika Thea reviewed on on Dec. 11, 2012

Supposedly a fantasy setting but there was no world-building to persuade me that this was a fantasy: neither the behaviors of the characters nor their speech convinced me that it was not just another contemporary in the cloak of fantasy. The BDSM was tame, I felt no heat from either the scene or the sex, and the writing was shallow. I was not convinced that Celeste was a submissive. My overall reaction after this story was, "Eh."
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Chay No reviewed on on Jan. 21, 2012

I hope there is more...
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Future Slayer Girl (aka kitten) reviewed on on Nov. 20, 2011

This was one of the best Fantasy themed BDSM stories I have read. The writing was crisp, the story flowed, and I was pulled in from the first para and you weren't going to drag me out. I instantly found the authors other works once I was done! Excellent job!
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Jennifer Stone reviewed on on Nov. 16, 2011

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