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     Pope Clement XV, the first American to be raised to the papacy, is under attack from within the Vatican. Powerful cardinals, averse to his efforts to reform the Catholic clergy, are trying to force him to resign his office. To undermine him, they spread rumors of his involvement in financial and sexual improprieties. To retain the papacy he must discover their identities and defeat the rumors…but how?

     The foremost technology firm of the day, Todd Iverson’s Arcologics, is about to introduce an artificial, completely automated womb. The device is capable of protecting and nurturing a child from zygote state all the way to birth. It would make the destruction of unborn children utterly unnecessary…but there are forces determined to see that it never reaches the light of day.

     Fountain, a young futanari with unprecedented powers over food, is exploring wine: what it is, what it can do, and what it can be persuaded to do. Pope Clement has asked her if she can concoct a wine that elicits utter, perfectly candid truth from those who consume it. Her explorations lead her into realms never before penetrated by even the greatest of vintners…and a moral thicket that tests her understanding of right, wrong, and God’s will to its limits.

     In Vino is the sequel to the Futanari Saga novels Innocents, Experiences, and The Wise and the Mad. Only $3.99 in Amazon Kindle eBook format.


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    • Tracy C Coyle on June 20, 2021 at 2:17 PM

    Got it!

    • SteveF on June 20, 2021 at 2:48 PM

    I’ll get, read, and review soon … -ish. The length of my to-do list and the depth of my reading backlog would lead me to tears if I weren’t so self-confident, self-assured, and self-, um, self-righteous.

    • Tim on June 21, 2021 at 12:06 AM

    Purchased. But my memory’s so bad I’ll have to reread the first three. (I get a lot of mileage out of series purchases.)

    • Backwoods Engineer on June 23, 2021 at 10:20 AM

    Clever.  “In Vino, Veritas.”

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