Fap for the Mothman

By on October 31, 2018

Things get steamy (and weird) for three cryptozoologists tracking down Mothman in this new cryptozoological erotica story.
Mothman erotica

Mothman isn’t exactly a sex icon. Not like dinosaurs, Sasquatch, extraterrestrials, and the other lascivious creatures copulating with humans in the volumes of monster erotica available on Amazon.

But that is set to change with the new short e-book Fap for the Mothman. This is an important milestone because, as author Dr. Lenore Ronalds says, it may be “the first erotica involving the Mothman.”

Frank and Alec, interns with the American Cryptozoological Institute, are in Chicago following reports of Mothman sightings near Lake Michigan with little success. But thankfully they’re getting backup: World renowned cryptozoologist Professor Mary Ann Worth, known for her skills in tracking down and hooking up with with cryptids like Bigfoot and the Beast of Bray Road.

All in the name of science, of course.

Upon her arrival in Chicago, Ms. Worth follows a lead that brings her to the Skydeck of the Sears tower, where she has her first (sticky) encounter with the large, winged creature and it’s feathery member.

But don’t worry, she’s not the only one getting in on the action, as it turns out Mothman is gender fluid and capable of producing whatever genitalia it needs to get the job done. It seems John Keel left that part out of his book about the Point Pleasant Mothman encounters, but thankfully Fap for the Mothman even provides a historical glimpse into Mothman’s unusual mating activities.

In the end, Mary Ann, Frank, and Alec manage to find some very compelling evidence of Mothman.

Including samples. LOADS of samples.

Cryptorotica: Fap for the Mothman
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Fap for the Mothman is the third installment in Lenore Ronalds’ Cryptorotica Adventures series. Read more about Professor Mary Ann Worth’s paranormal exploits in Bigfoot Hunt Seduction, Sexwolf Howl, and Swamp Monster Lover.


Follow the author on Twitter: @DrLenoreRonalds

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