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Sacrifices to Ecstasy

3.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Short Story (7000 words)
Genre(s): Fantasy, GLBT

The priests of Castora are required to be celibate, except for one night with a pair of holy virgins during the celebration of the Beatitude Solstice. Boci and Seria, a young man violated in his youth and a (technically) virgin widow, are not the pure sacrifices usual for solstice night. Despite this, the two submit themselves
ebook, 19 pages
Published August 30th 2012 by Fantastic Fiction Publishing
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Henry Wente
This one really didn't work for me. The set-up was great - two young, "near"-virgins set to have their "virginity"/sexual innocence sacrificed to the otherwise celebrate monks. After setting up a "damaged"/not-quite virginal status for the young sacrifices (one male and one female), the remainder of the books is a somewhat clinical gang-bang of monks "deflowering" and screwing them in multiple ways.

There were many ways the author could have taken this to make it an enticing, erotic read. The aut
Dubiously-consensual ritualistic deflowering of "virgins"

This piece of bisexual erotic fantasy had an interesting set-up to an explicit story concerning the deflowering of virgins (or near-virgins), a religious rite by otherwise celibate monks. Obviously the idea is very kinky and provocative, and the "virgin sacrifice" trope is no doubt the centerpiece of erotic fantasy settings, but this brief and eventually explicit story seemed more of a short exploration than a compelling story in itself. T
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