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He was wanted as…a breeder? Like a bloody horse? His nostrils flared. An action that didn’t go unnoticed by the woman named Klykka who had been suckling his shaft. Her soft laughter reached his ears. “Fear not, lusty one,” a dark, smoky voice said into the whorl of his ear. He found himself wondering what she looked like, then discarded the question altogether. It hardly mattered. He would run at first opportunity no matter what she looked like. “You will come to love me. ” And then she was walking away, leaving him blindfolded and tethered to the strange disk-like structure that held him captive and suspended from the ground.
Goddess, she had herself a much-coveted and rarely captured primitive! Her wedding day kept getting better and better. Klykka waved a hand. ” He stilled. “Go on. Leave me. ” Why not? Let him learn the hard way what it meant to be mated. ‘Twas, mayhap, the only way a thick-skulled primitive could learn. “Well,” he sniffed. “I thank you for being reasonable. ” Julian frowned and turned to walk away. Klykka stilled, wondering if true mates behaved the way they were supposed to when one of the mates in question was naught but a primitive.
I cannot say I understand what it is you do to me, creature,” Klykka lectured, pacing back and forth naked. “But I will not tolerate it. Nay, I cannot. ” “Firstly,” he ground out, “my name is Julian. ” She stopped pacing and stared open-mouthed at him. Nobody talked to her like that. Ever. ” His chin thrust up with righteous indignation. ” The longer she watched him, the more riveting she found him. Other than the male warriors of Trek Mi Q’an, she’d never heard tell of such demanding and commanding creatures as this one.