Brony BDSM Book hits Barnes and Noble by


It's the novel we've all been waiting for. My Little Brony: Pony Play Erotica by E. K. Sabins has been discovered on Barnes and Noble's website for Nook download. And it is everything we could hope for.


“I’m going to tame you and make you my pretty little pony.” 
Sam is a man who just happens to be a big fan of a certain kid's cartoon show. It doesn't seem like that big of a deal to him until the day his girlfriend and her friend the ‘stablemaster’ ambush him with a bridle, saddle, and a bright blue tail he's supposed to wear someplace completely unmentionable. 
Will Sam submit to his girlfriend's demands? And what does Lynn have in store once she's secured his reluctant consent? This story features an aggressive female and male teaming up on a hapless young man. Expect plenty of kinky stuff like pony-play, dominance, submission, light cuckolding, anal play and forced bi situations, leading to a steamy menage scene with two sexy men and one mischievous woman. 
This 6.653 word short story is intended for an adult audience.
(For more excerpts, take a peek inside the book. The contents are just too hot to post here!)

That's right folks, it's over 6600 words long and has it's own ID number. Even better is the fact it's published by the author of such works as "Brokeback Moonshiner". The only real problem with this story that we have is the ridiculous premise. A brony with a girlfriend? Come on. If it was a plushie, we might be more receptive to the concept.


The reviews are coming in.


This isn't the first time Brony Erotica has appeared on Nook though...and we hope it won't be the last.
The book can also be found on the Author's website...along with fan art.
http://eksabins.com/pulp-fiction/erotic-short-story/little-brony/

Oh shit, it's up on Amazon too for Kindle.


Comments (12)

  1. Quit whorsing around.

    ReplyDelete
  2. "once she's secured his reluctant consent"

    Booooooooooo

    ReplyDelete
  3. I hate when people exploit the fandom for financial gain like this.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. ^This.

      So much this.

      Delete
  4. Willing to bet that this is neither an accurate representation of bronydom or an accurate representation of BDSM. As a kinkster myself, most attempts at portraying it are done by fucking 'nillas who haven't a clue. *Cough* Fify shades *Hack*

    ReplyDelete
  5. Wow, the title sure is original. "My Little Brony." Definitely not something we've already heard a thousand times ever since 2010.

    ReplyDelete
  6. >This 6.653 word short story
    >6,653 words

    Seriously? That's like, 15 pages, tops. How did this shit get published?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It's an ebook. There's no barrier to "publishing" these things at all.

      Delete
  7. I was about to post about this, but HorseNews beat me to it.

    I apologize in advance.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Based on the summary above, it looks like a pony play fetish book (pony play already existed well before mlp, having especially strong presence in England due to lots of people riding actual horses there) with the subject being male and some femdom tossed in. I'm at least vaguely informed about kink-related stuff.

    I doubt I'm going to surprise anyone, but this looks like nothing more than trash. A single comb-through of /mlp/ is going to yield stories with more substance and less attention-whore babys-first-viral-marketing-attempt than this.

    Still not as weird as that series (yes, SERIES) of books written by some woman about a woman being raped by many different species of dinosaur. I... don't understand people a lot of the time.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Human beings are bizarre creatures. Never lose sight of that fact.

      Delete
  9. "Parody" it is NOT! I was on my tablet with my daughter and downloaded this based off the cover and the My Little Ponies that my girls love so much only to open this up and see very quickly from a quick scan of the page that this is pure SMUT. NOT KID APPROPRIATE. I immediately returned it and was super grateful there were no pics and that my daughter isn't far enough in her reading ability to have realized anything.

    ReplyDelete