Man of War – Excerpt No. 296

She walked up towards the window to stare at the moon. Susanna glowed in the silver light, lending this monster an angelic aura.

He gasped at the sight of her beauty, and his heart even skipped a beat. However, he found his growing excitement to be exhausting… Does that make sense?

“My control is reasserting itself,” Susanna said. “I could make you as hard as an anvil…”

“I’d welcome it.”

Susanna cocked her head to one side. She proved to be an expert at reading his mind, but it left her confused… she can’t grasp why someone would choose her

“It would be a pleasant way to die,” Susanna confessed. “However, you’ll need at least a week to recover…”

Desirable Italian courtesan wearing a slip looking out the window at night, bathed in the light of the moon. Background appropriate for 16th century in a working class hotel.

Disclaimer: This excerpt from Man of War is currently in development. There may be typos, errors, omissions, inconsistencies and so forth.


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