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Vicious Curves: Embracing the Wolf Kirsten Rose

Vicious Curves: Embracing the Wolf

Kirsten Rose

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Valeri has been eyeing her neighbor Gabriel for some time, and not only does she want him bad, but she knows his secret. Gabriel is a werewolf. Underneath a full moon, the animal takes over and he becomes more beast than man, but that doesnt botherMoreValeri has been eyeing her neighbor Gabriel for some time, and not only does she want him bad, but she knows his secret. Gabriel is a werewolf. Underneath a full moon, the animal takes over and he becomes more beast than man, but that doesnt bother Valeri. In fact, it excites her even more. Valeri is determined to tame the beast. Shes determined to embrace the wolf. This steamy, primal erotica short comes in at just under five thousand words - the perfect amount of time to unleash the beast.Standing there on her porch, barefoot and majestically backlit by the blazing orange and pink dusk sky, stood Gabriel. His jeans were tight, his white tank top was tighter, and if Valeri wasn’t mistaken, his eyes shone with that animalistic intensity she’d been obsessing over for some time. Valeri was so utterly shocked that she didn’t even speak, didn’t even greet her guest.“Valeri, right?” Gabriel spoke first. His nervousness seemed out of place.“Uh, yes. Yes! Hi Gabriel!” Not too eager, she told herself. “Um, your name is Gabriel?”“Yeah,” he laughed. “Could I come in?” Valeri’s heart was racing. Why did he want to come in? What did he want? Then her excitement subsided for a split second, just long enough to let her fear seep through. Was Valeri in danger?“Yeah, yeah of course.” She stepped aside and ushered Gabriel past her, into the darkened living room. She closed the door behind him, shutting off the outside light. When she reached for a light switch, Gabriel put his hand on her arm.“No, I like it like this.” He looked around the living room. “I’ve always liked the dark.”