Little Mermaid (Futanari Erotica Fairy Tales Book 7)

Little Mermaid

(Futanari Erotica Fairy Tales #7)

By

Julie Law

 

 

 

Copyright ©2014

All Rights Reserved

 

 

Chapter 1

 

Princess
Amelia Reinhardt looked at the blue water and sighed. She was tired of the ocean
stretching towards the infinite, but couldn’t do anything about it. Time was
the only thing that would end their voyage.

So
the redhead gazed out of her cabin’s window and let her hair swirl on the wind.

It
was hard waiting like this, with nothing to do. She couldn’t even talk to most
of the people onboard the ship because they were men, and her tutor – Madelyn –
didn’t allow them to interact. The older woman said it wasn’t something a
princess should do, especially so close to her wedding.

When
Amelia thought about that she sighed again.

She
wasn’t happy about marrying someone she had never met before, a person much
older than she. Like all princesses she had dreamt she would find a gorgeous
prince to woo her.

Now
she found herself marrying an ailing king.

For
her home country it was a good trade – she was the youngest of three sisters
and her prospects weren’t the best. To marry a foreign monarch was something
most would believe out of her reach, and yet Amelia wasn’t happy. She wanted better.

She
knew it was greedy, but she couldn’t help it.

Amelia
wanted to love and be loved.

It
almost made her regret being born a princess, but she supposed commoner and
noble women didn’t really get to make much of a choice about their intended. At
least she got to live twenty years free of a husband’s presence.

Amelia
lowered her eyes. If she squinted, she could almost believe she saw some of the
fish that swam beneath that blue expanse. It was her only comfort when she was
left alone, her tutor was the only one to visit her – both to teach her and
bring her meals.

Amelia
hadn’t seen anyone else since the voyage started.

No
even the brave sailors above were ready to disobey their orders, and risk their
lives, to glimpse a princess.

The
redhead blinked and thought she had seen a golden blur underneath the water,
but when she opened her eyes it was gone. She tried to find it again and for
some long minutes she cast her gaze around.

Finally
she saw something out of the corner of her eye, but when she turned, it had
disappeared. 

The
same happened two times more before she started getting angry, and then she
looked around for something. Spotting one of the small wooden forks from her
last meal, Amelia grabbed it and threw it at the golden blur when it ran past
her again.

It
missed.

“You
tried to hit me.” A voice came from a few feet to Amelia’s right.

The
princess turned to look, fast, and found a woman’s head rising above the water,
her hair long and shinning like gold.

Amelia
opened her mouth and closed it, her words forgotten as soon as she glimpsed the
other woman. The blonde was beautiful, perfect, and the princess could only let
her eyes flit over that face, mapping those ocean blue eyes and cherry red
lips, finding no unappealing feature.

The
woman’s hair swirled in the water around her, and Amelia realized that was what
she had seen beneath the waves.

“I
thought it was some kind of fish.” Amelia replied, still somewhat dumbfounded
at the woman’s presence.

“Some
from your kind seem to think we are.”

When
Amelia narrowed her eyes, confused at the woman’s words, the blonde raised her
tail from the water, letting the young princess see it.

Amelia
blinked and her mouth fell open in startlement. “You’re a mermaid!”

“Yes,”
The newly revealed sea maiden said. “I am. How did you think I could keep up
with you?” She finished, gesturing towards the ship where Amelia stood in.

The
princess blinked and looked from the boat to the mermaid, realizing just how
fast they were moving, and yet the mermaid was not harried because of it.

“What’s
your name?” Amelia asked after a few moments.

“Melody.”
The mermaid promptly replied, her response heralding a few more moments of
silence.

Melody
didn’t know why but she found herself drawn to the human. At first it had been
the woman’s hair that had called her attention – from beneath the waves the
princess’s hair was a single colorful blob, of a rare shade beneath the waves.

It
wasn’t the only thing that enthralled Melody about the princess; once she rose
above the water she could see Amelia’s eyes and face, beautiful even to Melody
who was used to see mermaids every day.

But
the redhead’s appearance was nothing compared to what Melody felt when she
heard the princess’s voice.

Mermaid
were creatures who heard much better than they saw; while their eyes allowed
them to see reasonably well beneath the ocean water, their ears let them know
what was happening miles away with perfect clarity. It allowed mermaids to
communicate through their songs, with sometimes dozens of different voices
joining together to speak as one.

Amelia’s
voice made Melody shudder with its timbre. She wanted the princess to join her
and speak into the water; she wanted to be bathed in the princess’s voice.

“What
about you?” Melody asked after a moment, wanting above all to hear the redhead
woman speak.

“I’m
Amelia.”

“It’s
a beautiful name.” Melody replied, making the princess blush.

The
two of them stayed quiet, simply gazing at one another. Melody wanted to invite
the other woman to join her, but she knew it would be impossible.

“Do
you want to come up here?” Amelia asked, surprising both of them with the
request, her thoughts close to the mermaid’s.

Melody
looked hesitant. “Will your people let me in?”

Amelia
started to nod, but then stopped, realizing they wouldn’t. Sailors were wary
about mermaids after all, and her tutor wouldn’t want her to mingle with some
kind of sea creature.

She
winced. “They probably won’t.”

“But
do you want me to go up?” Melody asked, only caring about Amelia’s opinion. If
the other woman wanted her, she would do everything she could to go to her.

Amelia
nodded, almost shyly.

Melody
looked at the wooden ship and saw that Amelia’s window wasn’t very tall. She
could climb to it if she was careful.

She
dived, disappearing from the princess’s sight for a few moments. Reaching deep
underwater, Melody gained some distance from the ship and then rushed at it,
swimming as fast as she could. Amelia’s eyes widen as Melody catapulted herself
out of the water like a dolphin, her hands reaching forward and holding unto the
ship’s hull.

Melody
heard Amelia gasp from above and had to resist the urge to let the breathy
sound brush over her body, holding unto the wood, her claw like nails letting
her slowly climb until she stood face to face with the redhead.

Amelia
simply watched with her mouth open, and Melody grinned, liking the fact she had
surprised the other woman. She found it easy to hold on unto the window’s frame
and remain still, less than a foot away from Amelia, looking at the redhead’s
face.

Amelia
swallowed.

Melody
was even more beautiful up close, and the princess couldn’t help but watch her,
looking away when she saw Melody’s bare breasts.

“Why
aren’t you wearing any clothes?” She asked somewhat shrilly.

Melody
blinked at her tone, before she tilted her head, radiating confusion. “What do
you mean?”

“Why
aren’t you wearing clothes?” Amelia repeated, pointing at her own.

Melody
shrugged. “We don’t use those.”

“Ah.”
Amelia replied lamely. She felt kind of stupid for not realizing, but the sight
of Melody’s uncovered torso had affected her more than she wished. She made
sure to focus on the mermaid’s face and not look down – even if part of her
wanted to.

The
mermaid only grinned at Amelia’s confusion, amused at the human’s predicament.
She had always thought their kind was confusing, but now she realized they must
think the same about mermaids.

“What
were you doing watching me?” Amelia asked after a few moments, trying get rid
of the awkward silence.

“I
saw this, and decided to investigate.” Melody pointed out, reaching out with
her hand and grabbing some strands of Amelia’s hair. The mermaid rested
comfortably against the cabin’s window, almost relaxed now that she got used to
the ship’s movements.

Amelia
didn’t protest at the mermaid’s touch, resisting the urge to reach and do the
same to the blonde’s hair. She wanted to touch the thin strands that swirled
behind the mermaid’s back, but decorum made her stay still.

Melody
must have noticed her desire because she whipped her head around and made her
golden hair hit the redhead on the face, Amelia spluttering in response.

The
princess grabbed Melody’s hair, intending to clear it away, but she stopped
once her hands touched it, rolling the gold strands between her fingers. It was
soft, almost silky, and surprisingly dry for something that had been submerged
in the water.

Melody
smiled at Amelia’s wonderment and reached out for her face, caressing it and
making Amelia startle once again.

“So
you like my hair?” Amelia waited a few seconds to ask, trying to ignore the
blush that adorned her face. She didn’t know what else to ask.

The
mermaid nodded her smile widening. “I do, there’s no mermaid with hair colored
in that shade. It’s beautiful.”

Amelia
blushed again and looked away. “Thanks.” She mumbled under her breath.

Melody’s
finger on her chin made her look at the mermaid. The blonde smiled and
continued caressing Amelia’s face, her hands soft and delicate.

The
princess didn’t understand why she let the mermaid fondle her like that.
Against most people she would have ordered them to stop, but there was
something about Melody that made not care.

She
reached out and grabbed one of the mermaid’s hands. She studied it carefully,
her finger running over the palm. Melody had black nails that were almost two
inches long; big enough to look like claws, yet when Amelia pressed her fingers
against them they bent, but didn’t break.

Melody
also studied Amelia. The mermaid had never seen a human up close and she used
the opportunity to inspect the other female, cataloguing every difference
between her and the princess.

It
didn’t take long for Amelia to realize they had spent several minutes in
complete silence, contemplating each other and when she did she blushed, making
Melody look at her curiously.

It
was expected they wouldn’t have much to talk about; they had never met each
other before, nor had they much of anything in common beyond a certain
fascination with each other.

“I
love your voice.” Melody said, realizing that the princess wasn’t comfortable
in the silence.

Amelia
startled a little could only look confusedly at the mermaid. “My voice?”

Melody
nodded. “Yes, it makes me shiver every time I hear it, but it’s a good shiver,
you know?”

“I
… guess?” Amelia replied half questionably, shrugging her shoulders. She didn’t
understood what the other woman meant, but she supposed the mermaid must have
heard something in her voice.

Suddenly,
Amelia heard a sound from outside the room and realized her tutor must have
come to check on her. She turned to Melody, worried, before she poised her
hands on the mermaid’s shoulders. “You need to leave, someone is coming.”

Melody
nodded, hearing the same thing the princess had. “I know.” She felt sad and
angry at being interrupted, but knew she had to leave.

Without
giving a chance for Amelia to resist, Melody reached forward and kissed the
princess, her lips pressing against the redhead’s for an bare instant, before
she leaned back and smirked, letting herself fall to the water below.

The
princess could only touch her lips and marvel at what she felt while Melody
kissed her, before her door opened and Madelyn came in.

 

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