Review; Come, My Pet by Keira Michelle Telford

Earlier this year, I read the fantasy erotica novella Come, My Pet by Keira Michelle Telford and today I'll post my review of the book.

Description from Goodreads
In a secretive chthonic cult, young and beautiful witch Mistress Coralie yearns for her ascension to the High Council—an opportunity which presents itself upon the untimely death of her aunt.

With a coveted position on the Council comes more power over the coven and the opportunity to breed, thus furthering her bloodline. But first, she must select a mate.

For this purpose, an elite group of anatomically gifted women are bound in servitude to the coven. These magically-enhanced companions, upon forming a lifelong bond with a Mistress, exist only to serve her sexual needs and sire her offspring, speaking only when spoken to, and obeying her every command without question.

As per coven tradition, Coralie must take her pick from a coterie of willing playmates who’ve yet to secure their permanent bonds, but events seem set to take a turn for the murderous when she instead pins her sights on Pet: an inexperienced companion who’s already irrevocably—but unhappily—tied to another Mistress.


Come, My Pet is an erotic lesbian futanari romance.

***Contains graphic & explicit language***

CONTENT ADVISORY: This book contains sexual themes, of which futanari (females with male genitalia), mild petplay, and D/s are central components. Among other things, there are also scenes of an erotic nature depicting adult breastfeeding.

My Thoughts on the Book
It's a steamy book, alright, and a bit of a kink-fest in a (mostly) good way. What threw me off a bit at times was that Coralie's pet was often a bit too meek, in addition to the words for certain intimate parts from time to time. It's also a book that's not the most plot-driven, but there is still elements of character development to a certain extent. Fair enough, not all kinks are for everyone, but for f/f, there's a bit of a selection, so there might be a kink or two one might like.

Come, My Pet isn't a book one reads for the plot, but it's an entertaining read nontheless.


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