The Dryads’ Tower by Judy Mays

The Dryads’ Tower by Judy Mays
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (69 pgs)
Other: M/F, M/F/M, Ménage, Multiple Partners, Toys, Voyeurism, Anal Play, Masturbation, Exhibitionism
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

For twenty long years, no druid has inhabited the tower in the dryad’s valley, leaving them vulnerable to humans who’d cut down their trees. Finally, though, a mage who can protect their sacred grove has arrived seeking the magical knowledge the tower contains. Navaar isn’t a druid but they’ve waited long enough. No children have been born to them in too long because a dryad’s tree consort, after all, cannot sire her children. A human male is needed for that. The mage Navaar is perfect, for the night they captured and seduced him, three of the dryads became pregnant. Yes, Navaar is a worthy successor to the druid who left them so long ago. But then Navaar rescues a druidess from a Blood mage who’d wanted the tower for himself. Dylana, daughter of the durid who’d last inhabited the tower and a dryad mother, has returned to the place of her birth; and she wants the tower for herself, and no man, even if he is a powerful — and enticing — sex mage, is going to keep her from claiming it.

A dryad and a sex mage. Both with one mission.

It was a simple plot with a lot of detail in them that made me picture every scene clearly. Navaar is a sex mage who intends to claim the Dryad’s Tower as his own. Dylana has come back to her home for the same thing. The author added a lot of intricate and interesting information that kept me coming back every time.

It was if I was transported into a different world. The Dryad’s Tower was spell-binding. This was a short story but it added a lot of history and different small stories into it.

Everyone had their own story and it was a curious thing to see how it all came back into one. Plus, Navaar is a sex mage. That in itself stirred my imagination.

One small problem I had was that I kept confusing Druids and Dryads. I keep mixing the names, likely because they are so similar, but that was a problem others might not have.

I think I should mention one other aspect of this that surprised me a lot. Dryads have consorts or live tree partners who they actually have relationships with. It was shocking and it was very difficult for me to get the images out of my mind. With where I live, and where ever I go, I see trees so this story has kind of changed my perspective a lot.

This erotic story is unlike any I have read and I would recommend it to anyone who loves erotic with fantasy.

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