WTF Weekend: The Centaur Dominatrix by Zak Blak

Colton had always dreamed of an elven woman. Nothing else seemed to matter. He worked hard and scraped just to get by, but now he had the coin and he new the place: Wanda’s Wicked Emporium. It was said that you could get whatever you wanted there and Colton wanted an elf.

She was dark and mysterious and carried a whip. Colton had been shocked when they had wanted a small fortune for an elf. But they had told him that he had a chance at an elf for much less if he wanted to try the slides. But this was no elf, the Mistress wanted the Worm to obey her every command…

   

As concepts go, Colton's Wild Nights at Wanda's Wicked Emporium is a fun one, and one with a ton of potential. Colton is a young man who has alway dreamed of taking an elven lover, but that's a tad out of his budget. Instead, he's offered the chance to take a gamble on the slides, which could bring him an elven lover . . . or something else.

His first trip down the slides lands him at the feet (hooves?) of The Centaur Dominatrix, and that's where things get wild. Zak Blak does a great job of playing with the monstrous potential, teasing Colton with a slow reveal of his lover's true nature. There's the height difference, with the way her breasts rest on his shoulders; the way in which she's dressed, with fetish hiding her shape; and then the manner in which she whips him so sensuously, with what is ultimately revealed to be her tail.

It's a rather short tale, but one with some great detail, creative dialogue, and an inventive concept. I love the fact that the only way out is another slide, with 10 nights to come - with everything from a Bearded Dwarven Woman, to a Medusa, a Harpy, and more.




Kindle Edition, 16 pages
Published September 26th 2016

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Comments

  1. This looks interesting, just wish it wasn't too short. These books are either way too short or way too long! It's so difficult to find one that's just right, lol.

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    1. Definitely one of those cases where a bundled edition would be nice.

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