The Myth of Pyx by A.A. Fairview

The Myth of Pyx by A.A. Fairview

A Goddess snatched by a monster– and the priestess devoted to them both.

I love my Godling, I love her more than the priestesses allow. After giving myself, giving my body and pleasure in service of the Rheavia, a punishment must be served. Descend into the mountain where the boarish monster, Pyx resides. I can not outrun him– it is impossible to outsmart him in the labyrinth of his own creation. The very labyrinth where my Godling, my Rheavia remains trapped.

Though not everything is as it seems.

My Godling demands submission, patience, and above all else– devotion. I have a choice: maintain my virtue or give in to my monstrous desires, my need to belong to them both. I beg, I plea, and with any hope, I will receive what I crave…

The Myth of Pyx is an erotic short story inspired by Minotaur and the Labyrinth and the Vestals of Rome. This story is not suited for individuals under the age of 18.

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