Tulip's Ghost - Book two of the Torian Warriors series.

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Chapter Twenty-Seven

They both moaned as Korom slid into her warm, welcoming depths all the way to the end of her channel. Tulip loved the way it felt having his long, thick cock buried to the hilt inside her.

As he began to move, thrusting hard and deep into her body, Tulip cried out in bliss. Her arms went around his neck, holding onto him as the large male above her pounded himself into her over and over again.

Even though she had just cum, Tulip felt the peak rising inside her once more. This time, however, it felt different. It felt like… More. Something much deeper, much bigger was about to happen.

Shutting her eyes, she let the feeling flow through her entire body, washing over her like a warm wave.

As her peak grew higher and higher, Tulip felt something shifting inside her. A strange feeling of… something alive moving under her skin.

“Korom,” She breathed, wanting to ask him what was happening, but just then, he hit that magic spot inside her and Tulip felt herself explode with pleasure.

The orgasm rolled over her again and again, stealing her breath away and making her feel as light as air.

Finally, the pleasure ebbed and she was able to take a deep breath.

But when she opened her eyes, she found that she was looking at the now familiar sight of dark, swirling mist. The almost black fog surrounded her in every direction, blocking out the light around her.

“Korom? What are you doing?” She asked, but her voice sounded… strange. Far away and... Disconnected somehow.

“How are you doing this?” Korom asked, his deep voice echoing through her entire body.

“Doing what? Why are you in your mist form?”

“I’m not. Tulip… Look at yourself.”

Frowning, Tulip did as he asked. But all she saw was dark mist everywhere she looked.

“I can’t see myself. Your mist is in the way.”

“No, it’s not. I’m standing over here.”

Moving to look to the side of the bed, Tulip gasped when she saw Korom standing beside the bed in all his glorious nakedness and… solid.

“But… I don’t understand. Where is this mist coming from?”

Just then, a familiar little Wisp shot out from the swirling mass and flew around her vision. She knew that little wisp instantly. She could feel who it was.

“Wisp!” She cried, trying to reach out for it, but all that happened was a long tendril of dark mist moved towards the little wisp.

“Korom, this is freaking me out. What’s going on?”

“I believe… I think Wisp changed you. Thats why he disappeared. He went into you and… changed you somehow.”

Realization hit Tulip like a boulder. “Oh my God! Lorzarian said something about this. About why I hadn’t misted to get away from him. When I told him I couldn’t, he said something about you not telling me everything there is to know about being your grounding force. Do you think this is what he meant?”

Korom faded from his solid form, and moved towards her. The moment his mist touched hers, Tulip felt a rush of energy fill her. It was warm, and powerful and gave her strength in a way she couldn’t explain.

“Perhaps. I will have to ask him about this later. For now, you must let me teach you how to take your solid form. If you are like this for too long, especially your first time, you could be lost forever.”

“Alright,” she said.

With one last experimental movement of her arms, which only made more of her mist flow around her, she mumbled, “This is so awesome.”

She heard Korom chuckle, then he said, “Alright, little one. Focus on your solid form. Picture it in your mind. See yourself the way you always were.”


“Now pull it in. Pull on the mist until you feel it forming the image you see in your mind.”

Slowly, Tulip did as he said, feeling the strangest sensation of her body rebuilding itself again. Like every atom was re-attaching itself to make a solid form.

“Good. That’s good, baby. Keep going.”

Tulip kept up the strange pulling until finally, she felt a warm hand on her solid cheek. She opened her eyes to see Korom in his physical form sitting on the bed in front of her.

A huge smile spread over Tulips lips as her eyes went wide. “That was amazing! Can I do that again? Am I like you now? Did I turn into a Miasm, or am I still human? Can I go out into space like you can? How can my body break down like that? Did Wisp do this to me? Will I-”

Korom cut her off with a deep, sexy laugh. She looked up at him, to see him smiling and shaking his head at her.

“What?” She asked, feeling a blush creep onto her cheeks.

“I love you, Tulip.” Was all he said.

“I love you too. But seriously, how is this possible?”

“I don’t know. I will ask Lorzarian to tell me what he knows about this, but I fear I have no idea. But I do think you are correct in assuming that Wisp had something to do with this. He was inside you all this time. Perhaps he changed you somehow.”

“It’s incredible Korom,” Tulip said, looking down at her hands, “I feel… stronger. Almost fearless. Like nothing can hurt me.”

Korom’s smile faltered. “It can, Tulip. There are still things that can hurt you,” He ran a finger over the new scar on the side of his head, “Things that could kill you.”

Tulip sobered, her eyes stinging as she remembered the last few days.

“I thought you were dead,” She whispered, feeling a tear slip from her eye, “I thought I’d lost you forever. I never want to feel that kind of pain again. It was too much.”

“I’m so sorry you had to go through that,” Korom shifted to sit with his back to the headboard and pulled her into his arms, “I never meant for you to suffer the way you did. I wanted to get back to you the moment I knew I had gotten out of that damn ship, but Kurmar had to heal us first.”

“Kurmar? Commander Kurmar saved you?”

“Yes. He pulled us out right before the ship was torn apart.”


“He is older and his mist is far stronger than mine or Lorzarians. Even though we were not able to mist around the machine, he was. He had to wait till the very last second to do it, but he succeeded.”

“I owe that man so much. How will I ever be able to thank him. He saved your life twice already.”

“Yes, he did. I have much to thank him for as well. For now, I’m just glad to be home.”

Pulling him closer, Tulip couldn’t help but send up a silent thank you to the male she knew so little about, but who had helped the man she loved in so many ways. She hoped that one day, Kurmar would find the kind of happiness she felt in that moment.

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