Haramiru's 2012 Breeding Erotica (Haramiru Collection)


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In 2012, Ken Haramiru wrote several unique erotic stories, focusing on impregnation and pregnancy. His entire first year of writing is now available in one anthology. A brief peek at what's inside:

Progenitor: Women can't resist him, but once he surrenders to their advances, their wombs swell rapidly with eggs, which they deliver in a matter of minutes. Other women are compelled to insert the eggs, carrying the fetuses within as a form of surrogacy to spread the next wave of human evolution.

Merlin's Magic Wang: A magical ring made by Merlin falls into a college student's hands, who quickly learns that it's a portal into any woman he can clearly visualize. The bad news is that it's addictive and malevolent, and he finds himself impregnating every woman he thinks of. What ulterior motive does it have for him, and can he stop? Does he want to?

Morgan's Curse: Cursed by Merlin a thousand years ago to walk the earth and change bodies every time she has sex, and cursed with perfect fertility, Morgan Le Fay leaps at the chance to take her revenge on her nemesis while he's weakened. She hopes to break her curse by killing Merlin.

Winning the Genetic Lottery: A bored trillionaire gives a billion dollars to a man who proposes a novel use for it: he'll impregnate more women than any man in history! But one of his new staff has a secret: she harbors a secret pregnancy fetish, and she's trying to get all her friends hired at his mansion!

Cupid's Armorer: The Cupid division is about to be shut down, because bows and arrows can't penetrate human hearts anymore. St. Michael recruits Clint Mauser, a deceased Army armorer, to re-equip the Cupids with guns. But when he meets his partner, the beautiful but damaged Bethany, his own heart comes into question.

She Only Wore a Shirt to the Funeral: A woman shows up to a funeral wearing a button-up shirt in place of a dress, and matters escalate until she seduces a man at the reception.

Ken's stories run the gamut from science fiction and fantasy, to the "Oh I wish I was there" sexual encounter just around the corner.

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