Almost killed by the order for unjust reasons, saved just in time. Ebon’s life just got a lot more interesting that night when the moon shined a deep velvet upon the forest.
After experiencing two consecutive nights of terror, the ever intrepid kikimora explorer, Sashenka Demidov, wants nothing more than some respite. As she returns to a life at sea, will she find this and more as her motley crew strengthen their bonds? For along the way to Ethiopia, there are still bizarre landscapes to be found and hints of dangers to come.
A man bereft of name finds that the deal he struck with the shadowy P.E.P organization might be more than what he bargained for.
Zephyr and Archie take a break from work for some hot, steamy fun.
Hey everyone, Alleskeins here. Since I’m in the process of shutting down my Patreon, due to multiple reasons, I’ve decided to release the Bonus chapter I made for it. See it as kind of an epilogue for an earlier, regular chapter. If you like this one, let me know. I have a few others half finished and am going to finish and publish them, should you want to see more like it. Hope you enjoy
After a sojourn in the desert, many would consider an island getaway to be ideal. But in the dawn of the 19th century, such tropical paradises often harbor the barbous moments of man’s history. Can the intrepid kikimora explorer, Sashenka Demidov, overcome the darkness of man or will she be devoured by a darkness from beyond the stars?
The early 19th century roars ahead as modern science begins taking shape. Its adherents charge ever onward to discover the unknown and detail the obscure. Despite being a woman, the intrepid kikimora of noble birth, Sashenka Demidov, counts herself among them. Having narrowly avoided the grip of death in the forests of South Africa, she awakes in an inhospitable land of red sand and scorching heat, determined to continue her quest to shine a light upon the monster girls of this world.
After waking up from being assaulted, Julian wants answers and the uncontrollably horny tigress is surprisingly willing to provide them.
“The Hybridus Humanoids or ‘Monster Women’ that we write about are but a shadow of this planet’s immense biodiversity, as all across the globe there are species just waiting to be discovered.” These are not the sentiments of some wretched Fantasy author in the Modern Era. No, this is the 19th century, and the proverbial determination of one aristocratic Kikimora to travel beyond her home to discover all that the world has to offer.