Selkie: A Narrative Fiction

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He had been unsure of the depth of his feelings towards this sassy, spunky, independent woman, but now without a doubt, she was the female meant for him. There would be no denying the Selkie’s lifemate bond for him. Adaira being human did cause a ripple of concern for him. For a Selkie, it was forever, for a human it wasn’t quite the same effect. Even for a Selkie, a lifemate was hard to find. Selkie’s enjoyed sex with others of their kind and humans alike. Selkies are known for their sexual talents and prowess in pleasing others. But, once a Selkie found it’s lifemate they did not wander from their mate, to remain faithful until death. He wondered if Adaira would want to share her life with a Selkie. His life without …show more content…
Now you’re scaring me. Just, spit out what you need to say, I’d rather you not candy coat a problem.” “Ye know how ye mention last night was incredible? Weel, as a result of Selkie magic I am now bonded to ye, which is the short and simple version.” “What the hell? Bonded? Why would you use your magic on me?” “First off, I didn’t use magic, it used me. When our race happens to be with the person meant to be our lifemate it will happen on its own, all it took was our life essence to mix.” “What the fuck, I knew we should have used a condom, your little swimmers is what you’re talking about correct?” “Aye, life essence or swimmers as yer calling them.” “You promised not to be me pregnant and said you had no disease. So why would you take a chance with your so called life essence mixing with mine?” “A Selkie’s mind can control their life force to prevent in impregnating a female, but there is no controlling the bond of a lifemate when our essence mingled. In all my one hundred and twenty years of my existence, this has never happened to me. Above all else, Selkies don’t catch or carry any human disease” “What? This keeps getting better and better. Did you say your one hundred and twenty fucking years

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