A spacecraft resembling a high-tech acorn wobbled drunkenly into the Martian atmosphere. Inside the ship, two Gamma Iridian officers in the guise of human females frantically worked the controls to keep the craft upright. A third woman sat strapped into a passenger seat, her onyx eyes wide with terror in her perfect porcelain face. She ran her fingers into the mane of a grand griffin, who sat contentedly chewing on what appeared to be a roast. The unhappy passenger made a face.
“I guarantee, Griffy, you would be extremely unhappy if you knew that hunk of meat was actually a lump of synthesized space algae,” the woman sighed.
~Cie for Naughty Netherworld Press~
This snippet is an excerpt from a WIP short story currently in the works for the https://blog.reedsy.com/creative-writing-prompts/fantasy/write-about-an-animal-species-that-doesn-t-exist-i/ prompt. The short story will be incorporated into a Carnal Invasion novelette tentatively titled "From Behind."
Gamma Iridians are a shape-shifting species from the planet Gamma Iridion. The two Gamma Iridians attempting to pilot the craft are Mistress Kali and Mistress Nyx. The unhappy passenger is Paraji, an ancient vampire sorceress, originally from India. Paraji is Mistress Kali's past lover, and Mistress Nyx is Mistress Kali's current paramour.
Paraji's desire for revenge on Mistress Kali for spurning her led to the trouble that the trio is currently in. Check out Paraji's Prisoners for the sizzling back-story. This book is for mature audiences only.
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