The Tale of the Nemorvian Band Part Three

Adult Taboo Erotica
The Nemorvian band is still split but their paths are leading to the same place: the mysterious Fey Queen Faeven. Yet the path may be dangerous for some. Meanwhile, King Jennenes Moonlight has fun with his newest toy.

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About Philo Hunter

Philo Hunter has enjoyed creating stories all of his life. He now turns the hobby inwards to explore and share sexual fantasies with the world at large. His stories are detailed, highly graphic erotica. With a love of erotic mind control and a fascination with heroines in peril his stories tend to center around one or both of those subjects.

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About the Series: The Tale of the Nemorvian Band
Novaoa leads a small band of Nemorvian’s who have escaped their former lives and have become bandits. They hope to gather enough riches to purchase the weapons needed to rescue others of their race from their lives in the brothels of Iphasea city. Thanks to their bovine races uniqueness the task will not be an easy one, not when it is nearly biological impossible for them to remain chaste.

Their own powerful sexual cravings aren’t the only thing standing in their way. The Kingdom of Iphasea is ruled by a powerful High Elf monarch devoted to all of the perverse gods. The brothels of his city make him rich with the Nemorvian prostitutes acting as near-literal “cash cows”. For it’s not just these women’s exaggerated curves that make them such profitable prostitutes, but the special milk they lactate that can make any man hard at any time. The king is not the kind of man that’s about to let a group of escaped prostitutes turned bandit go unnoticed.

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