Lawrence, however, knew what he was doing. Experience, skill, luck, and connections is what set one merchant apart from another. Lawrence had all of these in various quantities, especially when it came to women. What he found when he examined Horo's nether regions was no surprise to him. He brushed the wolf's meticulously-groomed tail aside, eliciting a cute little moan from it's owner, and began work at once with his tongue, carefully and diligently. His was Horo's first, he wanted to leave her with a good impression. Rushing things would just complicate any attempted future "business propositions" between them, he knew. He had one chance to do it right.
Meanwhile Horo twisted her face a smidgen in shock. This...human was exhibiting an animalistic trait. For the third time in one night she was caught unready. The unexpected had happened: a self-exalted human had reverted to a beast, willingly! Stepped off the pedestal, so to say. Before her very eyes a human was behaving like an animal. She didn't know what to think anymore.
And then the shock wore off and Horo forgot her thoughts. She began to feel.>>11127822
Thanks. Four pages in OpenOffice. Did most of it improv a couple nights ago and then got banned. Killed my drive, but it'll get done eventually.>>11127823
See you there, maybe. I skipped math homework for this. I'm going to fail my stupid MAC110whatever course. Fuck.