I'm still not sure really why I did, but I guess I figured what the hell. But be warned. It's not for the faint of heart as its a little bit on the kinky side. If you're not into that sort of thing, skip right along. Without further ado, here's a little teaser from that story.
"We also knew that the colony had gone dark. No communications in or out for the past 6 months. And that the gravity there was a bitch. 8 times stronger than our own. That our extra terrestrial biology was inadequate for continued survival over GravLev4 for more than a day or so unaided, but that this had been overcome by metabolising the plant life there in order to adapt, survive and overcome. A few interesting changes had been hinted at, but not properly documented before the colony had gone dark...
We were there to both find out why and help bolster the colony. It was not going to be a return mission. We'd all been put out to grass. No longer fit for purpose. Too old. And expendable. With me, were 6 other Marines: Officers, First Class. All female. All sadistic killers in the face of some seriously brutal enemies that we had encountered, but managed to put down, on previous missions. The stuff of nightmares. Both the lifeforms we had encountered and the girls themselves. I didn't mind. As the only male there, I was to be their breeding partner. It was my job to inseminate them all once business had been taken care of and help provide a father figure to the newborns. As we all enjoyed fucking so much, we'd already completed the last part before undertaking the first. Oops! It could have been worse. I could have been sent to the Inner Rim (what the Anomaly was now being called) for probing of a different nature..."
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Breeding Season on Galex II - An Erotic ReviewEverything changed with the discovery of a life supporting moon, Galex II, orbiting Zanos IV, in the Telos System; now part of the K-PAX cluster. The discovery proved something of a surprise to the scientific community of the time; who, having grasped the fundamentals of interstellar travel, had engaged upon the Herculean task of mapping the known galaxy to the Great Divide - a yawning chasm of deep space beyond which it was not thought possible for biological life forms to extend their reach.
In fact, it was this grand perspective that had actually prevented them from looking closer to home. Well, that, and the fact that Galex II's bio-signature was distorted by the presence of not one, but two weak photon emitting gas giants of insufficient mass to become stars proper. Intriguing, because their presence seemed to feed, then stabilize, some kind of wave particle duality that appeared to have opened up a partial rip in the space/time continuum - a phenomenon th
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