I have an idea for a paranormal erotica story preliminary titled “The Sex Coven’s First Warlock.”
Background: 80 years ago, a witch battles a succubus who was targeting her husband and steals the succubus’s powers, then learns to use those abilities to power her magical spells, making her a “sex witch”.
She was then able to take on acolytes by transforming into male form and impregnating them as well as duplicating the succubus powers, but since the sperm produced should still only contain X chromosomes, only daughters were expected.
At least, until my main character is unexpectedly conceived as a male fraternal twin, 61 years later. Now 19, he’s about to become the coven’s first acolyte warlock, in the hope that he can father sons as well as daughters.
Let’s just say he’s about to be in high demand…
Where I’m getting a bit hung up is deciding on a scheme to allow the daughters to become acolytes, generation after generation, without having sex with their relatives. The two schemes I’ve figured out produce totally different coven sizes, though – one has 88 witches after 80 years, the other almost 600.
It mostly matters because I need to know how many witches are in my warlock’s “dating pool” and how many aren’t…
Which size would make more sense to you?