Wolf Slave 21 – Alex Ankarr


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Wolf Slave 21 – Alex Ankarr

He’s seeing Ree without clothes rather a lot lately. Climbing out of the bath, dressing and undressing, in the locker-rooms at gyms and gentlemen’s clubs… It’s natural. The upper classes have little modesty. Why would they care about a slave seeing them naked? Ree has nothing to hide (and hides nothing, a lot of the time.)

He’s always naked. Always goddamn naked. Well, it’s starting to feel like always. Like he’s parading around, trying to get a reaction out of Penn, trying to get a rise out of him.

He’s had a rise out of Penn, a few times, a time or two now. But later, alone in his room: where he’s given in and let himself think about it.

Ree is very beautiful. He was a cute kid, the pair of them were: but as a wolf-kin male he’s gorgeous. Penn isn’t made of stone. He does wonder, if that’s where this is going: if he’s being softened up for services of a more personal and intimate nature than have been required of him thus far.

It may be wishful thinking. But it does occupy his mind a lot, as Ree’s wolf takes over his body, and he lifts his head to howl, to signal and lead his pack off into the woods, while the slaves pick up and prepare for their return, make hot toddies and a light supper. The little ones who are too young to run stay behind with them: he reads stories to Pinks and her brother Gerald, tries to herd the slightly older ones and prevent them from eating the supper that should be left for their elders. But the wolf-kids, both human-form and those without enough control not to keep reverting to furry, are taken off his hands by an old nursemaid, and she waves him off, to go join a handful of loiterers at the back of the cabin, grabbing the chance of a smoke while their betters run and howl in the woods.

© Copyright Alex Ankarr 2013  All rights reserved to the author. No inspirations for characters drawn from real-life individuals, no resemblance to real individuals intended.

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