Fleece, Fleas, and Flirtation

Fleece Fleas and Flirtation Dear Author Did you know that satyrs and other ancient creatures exist I didn t know of course I didn t know because they re disguised as humans Now I do and I don t know if that s a good thing So I

  • Title: Fleece, Fleas, and Flirtation
  • Author: Ava Penn
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  • Page: 452
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  • Dear Author,Did you know that satyrs and other ancient creatures exist I didn t know, of course I didn t know because they re disguised as humans Now I do and I don t know if that s a good thing So I saved that satyr from suicide, so he s kinda cute, so what Didn t know it at that time with a lot of his body already under water but now I know like I know now that my bDear Author,Did you know that satyrs and other ancient creatures exist I didn t know, of course I didn t know because they re disguised as humans Now I do and I don t know if that s a good thing So I saved that satyr from suicide, so he s kinda cute, so what Didn t know it at that time with a lot of his body already under water but now I know like I know now that my boss at the garage is a minotaur and he better know nothing about my connection to the satyr Got the impression that this brute is the reason for the suicide attempt Satyr s afraid of him.What do I do now and how come that I find this goat guy cute and even sexy than his female roommate Photo Description A dark blond, nude man, visible only from his belly button upward, lays on a sheet draped couch with his right arm bent to rest his hand on the arm of the couch His green eyes catch some of the light streaming in through the window behind him, and his plump lips are parted slightly He has a close trimmed beard and lightly haired chest and abdomen He isn t extremely muscular, but his arms and core muscles are well toned.This story was written as a part of the M M Romance Group s Love s Landscapes event Group members were asked to write a story prompt inspired by a photo of their choice Authors of the group selected a photo and prompt that spoke to them and wrote a short story This story may contain sexually explicit content and is intended for adult readers It may contain content that is disagreeable or distressing to some readers The M M Romance Group strongly recommends that each reader review the General Information section before each story for story tags as well as for content warnings.

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    About “Ava Penn

    • Ava Penn

      I write, I read, I cook I work I live and love A wisher, a hope er, a dreamer A human I ve no illusions of grandeur, nor fame, nor fortune I write simply for the joy of writing and if others find joy in my writing, then all s the better.Currently I m working on my second novel Snowboards Tuxes and another short in the Graffiti Grind series The short will be published by Beaten Track Publishing in a holiday anthology Keep an eye on my blog for updates.



    805 thoughts on “Fleece, Fleas, and Flirtation

    • Adorable, sweet and silly fantasy tale about one man's discovery of a satyr. Amusing diversion. Take some Greek mythology, toss in a problem or two, you know those Greeks--there's always a tragedy about to occur--add an oblivious human in more ways than one, and Voila! The story's as cute as Dios. Btw. There's some tail kink in this one ;) So, if only partial humanoid is a buzz kill for you yeah, he's a satyr in one of the couplings.


    • I like this little nugget of an LL story. I did. It wasn't what I expected.I read greek mythology, satyr, minotaur and tail fetish and well, you know where my head went. Don't make me say it out loud. Oh alright, I'll say it out loud. It went to Clash of the Titans. No, not the gussied up, newfangled Clash of the Titans that's all CGI'd and whatnot. No.Harry Hamlin Clash of the Titans.The Clash of the Titans that's so bad it's good. Let's face it no one does acting like Harry Hamlin. I mean, who [...]


    • 3.5, rounded up because of all the grins. And the tail. I loved the tail.Adorable story.And I'm still grinning :D


    • 3.5 starsHow cute is this tail?Almost as adorable as this tale about a man saving a Satyr from more than one predicament. There's Minotaurs and Harpies and Greek God's to boot, but nothing can top how cute Dios, our little satyr was, and Jace, our easy going, heroic human, who took one look at Dios and was a goner.Such a fun, light read. It felt a little rushed at times, but I can easily chalk that up to wanting to read more of these two. I actually wanted more tail kink. So much could be done w [...]





    • Offered for FREE from the M/M Romance Group's Love's Landscapes event. Thank you too all the amazing authors who participated!I think this was supposed to come off as cuter and funnier than I actually found it. I didn't feel a connection between the two guys. I didn't think Dios was very nice. I didn't understand what drew Jace to Dios. I don't see how they went from zero to sixty in one afternoon. I don't know why their first sex scene had to be so terrible. I dunno, I just got kinda bored. :/ [...]


    • A cute little story with a lot of potential! I loved:- the relationship between Jace and Dios felt real and sweet with accepting differences not matter what- that for a change, especially in a GFY story, first sex isn't a revelation- interesting concept and great imaginationWhat I would have wished for- more background story. Much more background story. So many questions- more explicit world building- for Dio not being such a doormat (sorry, that's how I perceived him for most of the time)What I [...]


    • This is a story to read on a summer day at a lake when you need something easy going and funny to get the most out of a relaxed afternoon. You know right from the start that nothing bad will happen and you're going to smile on situations the MC's have to face on their way to become a couple. Throw in some other mystical creatures like a harpy going stripper and you don't care much that the end comes a bit rushed and that the minotaur isn't such a threat. Hej, who like to read about threats and d [...]


    • Oh my, wasn't this just a perfect little gem. Fun and light story about a satyr and a human who rescues him from a suicide. I loved the easy flirtatious tone of this story with it's Greek mythology and the sex was smoking hot too. This is definitely going to my re-read pile.


    • Jace had no idea his life would be flipped upside down when he ends up saving a drowning person. He was unaware that saving this person would put himself into a contract/debt. That was day he learned about Satyrs and that Greek mythology, was more than a mere myth. He really isn’t that put off when he finds out DIos, the Saytr, and everything else. He seems to go with it with ease. Jace isn’t even that put off when he realizes he is more than just attracted to Dios, but sees Dios being the [...]


    • Just a teeny bit shy of 4 starsGreek mythology meets modern day - When Jace, a human and the narrator of the story rescues a man from drowning he gets a bit of a shock, when he discoveres that in fact it's a suicidal satry. Aegidios has lost the talisman that allows him to retain human form and as Jace has recued him, he is now subject to Jace's command until he can return the favour. The pair are obviously attracted to each other from the start, with Jace a little obsessed by the satyr's tail - [...]


    • I enjoyed the characters, and their world and hope I get the chance to read the story again and/or to read more within the series.My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.


    • Another cute example of putting Greek mythology in a modern setting. Some Favorite Quotes: "Sorry." I mumbled, unsure what else to say."Yeah, well, you should be. First, you ruined my suicide. Then you broke my bowl. Now, you made me break my other bowl. Who do you think you are?"


    • I'd like to thank the author, Ava Penn, for taking the time to write a really fun story! I really enjoyed this read, most likely because I love Greek Mythology, and any stories related to it. Jace and Dios were both loveable characters. I especially loved Dios since he was a mythological creature, a Satyr. This was just sweet, fun and sexy. I'll be looking for more books by this author!


    • Clever and interesting concept. The plot is well thought out and entertaining with a great ending.3.5 stars rounded down to 3 because, despite liking the MCs, I didn't love them. I wasn't quite emotionally attached enough to be cheering for their HEA.That said, I really enjoyed the story and found the Greek elements extremely entertaining. Ava has a wonderful imagination.


    • Ooooh, tail fetish :) This was just a cute fluffy and yes corny story of a man saving a satyr. It is fun and light-hearted but not much in the way of substance. I did enjoy the Greek mythology although it is just basic and I loved the Jace's fetish for Dios's tail.




    • [NOTE: I rate most writing event stories (free reads) 4 or 5 stars because of my appreciation of the author's participation and gift.]


    • Sweet and satisfying short story.I think, Jace's tail obsession is contagious :) Cause I have it now, too :DI wish villain's background story was a bit more detailed.


    • 3.5*This story is an enjoyable read; the narration is very smooth Only thing i'm still confused is how the MC just happened to be where he is to save the satyr (?)


    • This story was fabulous. Ava rocked the paranormal and the characters were so adorable! I never wanted it to end! It's definitely in my top ten Love's Landscape stories from the ones I read so far.




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