A Queen for the Tentacle Monster by K. Matthew

Tentacle erotica short story

A queen for the tentacle monster

When the queen is murdered, it's up to the tentacle monster to choose another. But its method for selection is not for the faint of heart. The tentacle monster will only accept girls of the purest quality, and when it doesn't like the offering, the girl ends up brutally murdered by the monster. While it normally takes a handful of maidens before the monster chooses the new heir to the throne, this time, its hunger cannot seem to be satiated.

Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Horror

Language: English


Word Count: 5055

Sample text:

I stared at my reflection in the full body mirror, hardly recognizing myself. The queen's handmaiden's swarmed around me, working to braid my long flaxen hair elaborately, rub my arms and legs down with scented oils, paint my face, and make sure that my flowing white gown looked perfect. I didn't understand why I had to look fit for a wedding when I was about to attend my own funeral.

My nightmare had begun the night the queen died, brutally murdered by a girl who sought to take her place. The queen had been beloved by all. A beautiful vision of long wavy blonde hair and sapphire eyes, she had ruled the kingdom with a firm hand.

The usurper was a foreign girl, previously bound for slavery. The queen's men had rescued her from a caravan of illegal slave dealers. Taking pity on the girl, who was barely nine years old at the time, the queen had assigned her a position in the palace. Since that day, she had reared the girl as her own. No one saw the girl's secret murderous intent until it was too late.

But the throne could not be so easily won, for the queen was not decided by blood or defeat or the choice of the people. There was only one path to claiming the crown. You must be chosen by the arthro, a hideous tentacle monster that devoured the life essence of humans.

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