Karola's Hunt (MF)


Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 8,965
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Karola, daughter of Diana, has grown up in the remote forest, with dryads and kelpies for her nursemaids. She has never seen another human until she encounters a hunter trespassing in ‘her’ woods. She is not sure what to make of him since they look very different but they begin to converse and then to play a few games. This is a novelty to her but she discovers some are very pleasurable.

Damien is the son of the leader of a regional village and is fascinated by the beautiful girl he discovers in a distant forest he has not visited before.. He finds her more appealing than the girls at home with which he is familiar. Her innocence and ignorance surprise him, but teaching her promises many delights.

Karola's Hunt (MF)
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Karola's Hunt (MF)


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Word Count: 8,965
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"Come,” Damien said. Let us rest in the shade for a while. It is too hot today for more running."

They flopped down on the soft bed of springy green grass. Karola lay on her back, her arms folded beneath her head, gazing up through the leaves at the sky. Damien settled on his side, facing her. Either the mead or the exertion had left her feeling deliciously languid, as if she floated on one of the small clouds overhead.

They looked as white and fluffy as the sheep she had once seen grazing in a meadow beyond her woods. For a moment she dreamed of flying up to land on one of them, drifting along and looking down at the world spread beneath her. But dreaming could be saved for a time she was alone. Today she had a companion. She turned to gaze at him, absorbed in his beauty, in the differences between the two of them.

It seemed totally right when Damien reached out and stroked her arm. His hand was rougher-skinned than hers, in spite of her forest life, yet his touch was not harsh. It sent sparkly tingles running along her skin. She felt as if fireflies were dancing over her body, just out of sight.

"Your skin is soft as the pelt of a baby rabbit," he said. "I could touch you forever."

He lifted a tress of her hair, which had come unbound in their frolics, and sifted the raven strands through his fingers. "And your hair is as dark as night. There are pretty girls in my village, but none of them have hair like yours. I have never seen hair this color--yellow and brown and russet, yes, but not black as moonless midnight."

"My hair is not so very strange. Darlisa and Melody have green hair, while Brylana's is almost the color of yours -- just a bit lighter. My mother's is very dark brown like the bark of the oak trees. Everyone has their own color, I think."

"Green hair? Now that is strange! I never saw green hair."

Karola laughed. "They are Kelpies and Bry is a Dryad. All the Kelpies have green hair ... at least all the ones I know."

He shrugged. "I like yours anyway. It is much better than green."

She smiled, enjoying the brightness of his eyes as he looked at her, the feel of his hand, stroking her arm, sifting through her hair. Like her mother, she wore a tunic that was cut away on the right side, leaving no fabric to foul an arrow or slow the snap of a bowstring. The garment left her right breast bare, and she saw how his glance kept slipping to focus upon it. Her nipple hardened to a rosy pebble under his attentive gaze.

He gave her a knowing smile before he reached out and brushed his fingers across the tip. At that caress, it hardened even more and a shivery sensation coursed through her body. Then he cupped the whole of her breast in his hand and kneaded it gently with his fingers. Her lassitude deepened as a tingling itch spread from his touch, sinking into her chest, into her belly, into some inner recess she could not name which suddenly felt achingly empty.

Ha, the exploration should not be all one-sided, she thought. The downy golden mat on his chest intrigued her. Would it be as soft as the wildcat's pelt beside her bed or wiry as the golden color hinted? She raised one hand and wove her fingers through the hair, finding it soft but springy to the touch. Her questing fingers located a smaller nub, but nearly matching hers. The tawny button was in almost the same spot as her right breast, and peaked through the golden thatch. She rubbed her fingertip across the nub. It rewarded her by swelling and stiffening to her touch. He made a soft, purring growl deep in his throat.

"Do you like that?" she asked, watching as his eyes darkened to a violet shade almost as dark as the sky after the sun slipped from view. They were such a wonderful color! The Kelpies had green eyes to match their hair, but she had never imagined eyes of such a brilliant blue. Her own were brown with flecks of green and gold.

"Nearly as much as you do." Shifting his hand to her other shoulder, he slipped the band of her tunic aside and pushed the fabric to her waist, freeing her other breast. The left one was paler, almost white from missing the sunshine. The tunic had left a slanting line across her body; one side warmly golden and the other pale as the lilies that bloomed in the vale around her home.

For a moment, he only looked then he began to caress her second breast, gazing intently at them both as if he studied the difference in hues between them. Before she could sense what he was going to do, he rolled to lie on his stomach and brought his face close to her body. His tongue took the place of his fingers, sliding moist and warm over her pebbled nipples. Circling, stroking, tasting. As he moved and licked, the soft hair on his face brushed across her skin in delicious tickles. She trembled.

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