Endi's Consent, a Dragonwalker story
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by Lee Benoit
Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica/Romance
Description: Halloween night in Endicott is pretty much like Halloween night in other small towns. Except for the flying dogs, of course. Fire Chief Alex Burgess is on hand to help town Dragon Wrangler, Chief's own sub Endi, host the fire house's Halloween party and keep local kids safe. But something's not right with Chief. Lately, he's been feeling even more bearish than he looks, and all that omnivorous attention is directed at Endi. Chief wants to take their Dominance and submission to the next level, but first he has to obtain Endi's consent. What happens when a boy with the heart of a dragon submits to a Top with the soul of a bear?
eBook Publisher: Torquere Press/Sips, 2011 www.torquerepress.com
eBookwise Release Date: November 2011
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [27 KB]
Reading time: 14-20 min.
His voice is so clinical, so far from pervy, that I comply almost without thinking. "He's like a puppy, you know. Eager to please, to be close, full of energy. His submission is... joyful." I blush when I say so, but it's truer than true.
David's bobbing his head like he knows this song. With a smile he says, "That's not all, though, is it?" When I don't reply, he probes further. "Think about the dogs, Alex."
I do, and then I've got it. "They're dragons," I say. "You saying Endi's got a dragon in him?"
"Something in him calls forth the dragon nature in the dogs," David says. I make a skeptical noise and he adds, "It's not a real dragon, of course." He gestures vaguely to his eyes, which I know behind the dark glasses are ringed with delicate scales, a side effect of the experiment that cost him his sight and eventually led to the development of the dragon dog mutation.
I nod and pat his hand, which he replaces on my arm. I don't generally take this kind of comfort in touch. "No more than I'm a real bear in a man suit," I say, trying to lighten the mood a bit.
"But the bearish part of you, the hunter, the omnivore, the fierce, wild thing inside you wants more than a sweet puppy to play with. A bear dominating a puppy is..."
"Just mean," I say. He's hit the nail on the head, I know it. Without deciding to, I lay my hand atop his on my arm and hold on for the rest of this conversation.
"But a bear facing a dragon, winning the dragon's submission..."
"That would be something," I say. "And since when do we finish each other's sentences?" I try to sound disgruntled.
David just smiles that slightly scary reptile smile of his and wriggles his hand away from mine.
"I don't want to hurt him, David. Nor scare him. The things I want to do to him, they're not safe. Maybe not even sane." I trail off and my fingers twitch, missing the comfort of holding his hand.
David nudges me with his shoulder and turns to the firehouse door. He pulls it open and the unmistakable strains of "Monster Mash" reach us. Halloween is such a goofy holiday.
At the open door David turns and says, "Then you'd better make damn sure it's consensual."