Summary: Technical genius Erik Nye, who also happens to be a very powerful young wizard, creates a geek’s dream girlfriend, mixing a woman with a wolf and making his own enhancements, including spells to make her derive pleasure from being his sexual slave. However, Tora is not just a living, breathing Real Doll he can take to the sci-fi/fantasy convention ImagiNation and show off to his friends. She may be wolf and woman, but both of them discover their own wills and wants, and when she starts wanting to find out who she is, Carlo lets her know that he is the master, and he will never let her go.
Section of the Day: As she was walking out, she caught movement out of the corner of her eye. She turned to her left and saw a woman in the mirror. When it peered at her in the near darkness, she understood that woman was her. She could see herself well in terms of clarity, but not color. She found the light switch plate and clicked the switches until she found the one for the light. It occurred to her that the things she remembered how to do and the things she did not remember how to do were completely random. Undoing a lock and going to the bathroom and serving herself food, that was beyond her ken. Turning on lights and walking and the process of eating, those she could do fine. And a blow job, she could do that just fine, too. Although she thought that knowledge was not quite as random.
Comments: I had forgotten to change the title in my outline, so I used the old outline for the story. It was supposed to end with “Wizard Genius” instead of “Geek Wizard.” Either one is awkward, but since I’ll remove that part of the title anyway, I figure it’s a minor detail changed.
I just realized that I’m writing almost-furry porn. It’s not quite, since Tora’s an animalized human meant to look wolfish and have wolf traits rather than an anthropomorphized animal. She was made to look like a sexy werewolf always in mid-transformation. But since she’s always like that, it does make the story border on furry. When did this happen, and is it a problem?