Scared and violated, Kelly has one goal in mind: escape from the village filled with tentacle demons. But how will she escape when danger is everywhere? Can she trust Brenda, who already betrayed her? A 3600 word (14 page) story of revenge, soul-stealing and ravishment by tentacles! More
Scared and violated, Kelly has one goal in mind: escape from the village filled with tentacle demons. But how will she escape when danger is everywhere? Can she trust Brenda, who already betrayed her? A 3600 word (14 page) story of revenge, soul-stealing and ravishment by tentacles!
This story is part II of the Escape from the Tentacle Demons trilogy, though it can be read as a stand-alone. (Or buy the bundle—three stories in one!)
Warnings: tentacle monster sex, rimming, threesome, coerced lesbianism. Contains very strong language and explicit sexual content between adults aged 18 and over. Adult-only themes may offend or disturb some readers.
If you love erotic horror and tentacles, you’ll love 'Taken Alive: Escape from the Tentacle Demons'!
Brenda sagged in the demon’s embrace, as though she had already given up. Kelly bent down to unbutton her blouse, and Brenda bit her.
“Ow!” Kelly clutched her hand to her chest. Blood welled up from between her knuckles.
"Gag her.” The demon waved a tentacle invitingly next to Brenda’s face. It was about the width of Kelly’s arm, tapering to a rounded tip.
“No—don’t you dare! Don’t—”
Kelly grabbed the tentacle. It was warm to the touch, quivering under her fingers. She swallowed down her nausea, and pushed it into Brenda’s mouth. It took her three tries to get it in, since Brenda whipped her head from side to side, lips firmly shut. It was only with the help of more tentacles that Kelly was able to pry open her mouth open.
“No—mmph!” Brenda wailed, as Kelly shoved it in. She choked on its girth, lips stretched wide to accommodate it. Kelly felt her throat close over in a sympathetic response.
The demon swept Brenda away from the road, and laid her down in the grass. Kelly looked at her car. Maybe now that it was distracted, she could—