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Bully Turns CentauressTonight was the night; Ashley was going to graduate high school. She was going to be able to walk up the aisle and shake the principle's hand and receive her diploma and then she will be able to start her life. The Auburn haired, athletic looking woman was one of the most dedicated students to her studies and athletic abilities. Yet, she was one of the most conniving students too.
As one of the top students in the class Ashley was accepted to some of the most prestigious schools in the country. Yet, instead of being humble about it Ashley was one of the most stuck-up students in the school. In her pursuit of academic excellence she had stepped on nearly everyone's foot in high school. Getting people in trouble for the most minor of offenses, even getting several teachers fired because they didn't give her an 'A+' in their class. With the fact that many students and teachers started to resent her by her senior
Every werewolf has her dayThe young Worgen Druid awoke in a daze, her location was a mystery but wherever she was it wasn't good. She attempted to stand but found tight metal shackles fastened around her wrists and ankles, she could tell by the feeling that she was laying upon a strong wooden table, what more it seemed to possess a silencing enchantment making any mana usage impossible. Her eyes began to adjust to her dark surroundings revealing to her dismay she seemed to be locked in a dungeon of sorts, the last thing she could recall was her and a large number of her friends performing a raid on the crossroads when little short of an army of Horde showed up. She along with her friends had scattered but something hit her... A dart maybe, whatever it was she blacked out moments later. She then noticed something else, her armour had been removed leaving her only in her silk white underwear. She struggled with all of her might but was unable to budge the immensely strong restraints, she couldn't even attempt to
That Anthro RomanceThat Anthro Romance
Bored on the beach, you're engrossed by a lithe silhouette stretching.
Long blonde hair and bikini gracing curves you found ever so fetching.
Soon you are chatting and time passes in a wondrous, dizzying blur.
Enchanted by those canines, find your hands caressing her divine fur.
Then there's time spent in concert, dinner, movies and trips to the fountain.
A weekend away from the city a rustic cabin at the foot of a mountain.
Fingers 'tween claws, you scamper into lush meadows, under sylvan tall trees.
Through brambles and streams, four nostrils flaring as sniffing the breeze.
Long weekends sequestered with kisses, massages and some heavy petting.
Two tangled figures, hearts pounding, both groping, one panting, one sweating.
By morning, there's coffee and breakfast, plans made and confessions together.
At evening, it's leisurely strolls and promises vowed of commitment forever.
She's looking at houses girded by rolling green lawns, large oaks and thick pines.
My Scream Becomes My HowlAt first, all I could focus on was the intense pain in my shoulder.
I was vaguely aware of the sounds around me, the snarls, the howling, the growling. I could dimly feel the forest floor beneath me, the soil, the fallen pine needles.
But all I could focus on was the burning, crushing pain in my right shoulder.
With my mind so clouded by pain, I could barely comprehend what had become of my night. Eric had offered to explain himself, if I was still willing to hear it, which, of course, I was. You don't kiss a girl with that kind of passion and then pull away in nothing short of terror without explaining yourself. So he asked me to come walk with him through the forest tonight, promising to answer any and all questions I had.
And now I was curled on the ground, clutching my throbbing, bleeding shoulder as a pair of massive wolves fought nearby.
The more I tried to remember what had happened, the clearer it became and the less my shoulder hurt. Eric and I had howled playful
The Shadow of a Fox Ch. 1
Her senses were heightened to their limits with adrenaline and fear. Now escaping her pursers was not a problem any other day and would have been no different today, except today was unique. Today they weren't just trying to kill her. No, quite the opposite, they were trying to capture her alive. And she knew this. And the only thing keeping her ahead of them was her keen senses. She moved so swiftly through the moonlit forest it was almost as if she was dancing. She could hear them stumbling through the trees behind her as well as an occasional profanity from one of them tripping on a root or hitting a low hanging branch.
Finally they reached the extraction zone where she would have to wait. It was a well hidden little clearing surrounded by brush. "What the hell do they want with you?!?" she asked as she grabbed her objective and spun her around so they could face each other.
They were trying to catch her because this time her mission was to 'rescue' this canine scientist f
All Here For A ReasonI turned onto a shady, well-manicured driveway that, for all intents and purposes, looked harmless enough. Maple trees lined both sides of the street, and a parade of Canadian geese marched across the road to a wide duck pond with a flamboyant fountain. There were blooming crepe myrtles and rose-of-sharons, and as I grew closer to my destination, neatly trimmed gardens with neatly trimmed bushes.
I stopped to let the geese pass. They looked at me; one hissed. I honked my horn and moved around them.
At the end of the road sat a collection of grayish buildings and a number of signs directing me to the appropriate parking lot. "Welcome to Ten Creeks Hospital," said one of them. "Please enjoy your stay." I parked in the visitor's lot. Surely I wouldn't be staying.
I was shaking when I got out of my car. I had spent the morning getting high. One foot in front of the other, flip-flop noises, hot sidewalk. Mulberry and magnolia trees, freshly shaved grass. A bench and pan for smokers. A set o
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