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Title: The Wolf Girl and the Wizard Genius

Genre: Erotica/Supernatural

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, Erik lets her know that he is the master, and he will never let her go.

Section of the Day: One thing that was for sure – there were a lot of people. There were people brushing against her as they came in the mezzanine to sign in. Some of that contact was intentional. She could feel a hand slip against her ass, an elbow against her breast, a touch to her furry belly, a subtle tug on her bandage dress as though to see if it would unravel and reveal more of her. But most of the contact was accidental, and it did not matter how she tried to maneuver out of the way of everyone, there was no way to avoid them. Eventually, she just got used to the feeling, although like the smell of exhaust, she was not sure how she was supposed to handle the close smell of human skin, human odor, human sweat, human mucus, humans eating all kinds of pungent foods like Funyuns and potato chips and drinking strong coffee. All of these attacked her senses and coated her tongue with phantom taste. The smell of sex emanating from her faded in comparison to this cluster of humanity.

Comments: I’m at a weird place in the book where we’re at ImagiNation, but it just isn’t coming naturally to me at all. I’ll be glad when we leave. I’ll be able to give it more geeky attention later when I’m not so preoccupied with word count. Part of the problem is that Tora isn’t familiar with geek pop culture, which makes describing what’s going on and the energy of it more difficult.