Breeding With Wolves: Dominated and Bred

Adult Erotica
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When young Miriam gets dragged into the woods by ferocious wolves, she never expects to end up in the sultry embrace of two fearsome strangers. Olsen and Skuld, her handsome saviors, aren't what they appear. Her howls of fear soon turn to passion, and she learns to submit to the most primal breeding urges. Meanwhile, their jealousy and a mysterious intruder won't make finding bliss easy... More

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About Arthur Mitchell

Arthur Mitchell is an erotica author of many obsessions, but all of them center around power play. He is the author of more than several dozen short stories, many of them centered around the dark delicacies found in kinks related to bondage, domination, cuckolding, and breeding.

For Mitchell, sex is all about dualities. His stark tales touch the boundaries of a curious and arousing unreality, adjacent to the real world, but also separate from it. You won't find lusty college coeds and red faced titans of masculinity in his stories. Or, at least, not in the ways you've seen them before.

Instead, you'll witness secretive desires foaming to the surface. His characters are simultaneously prisoners and explorers, edging into mysterious vistas dominated by decadent elites, fetish cults, and bored suburbanites unable to resist the irrational, addictive fantasies rattling around in their skulls.

His places and people aren't always pleasant or pretty, but they are elegant and oddly alluring. If you enjoy fine erotica with a dark undercurrent, then Mitchell's work may find its way into your hands and into your head.

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Lady Boo reviewed on on Aug. 20, 2017

I wasn't too impressed with this story. It was way too confusing with the brothers fighting or staying together.....
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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