Escaping the Milking Machines by Arthur Mitchell
An Impregnation and Lactation Story

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A dystopic city state is slowly revealing its strange pleasures to Laura, a young woman raised her entire life to become a pregnant cow. Jerome, a soldier who does his duty by giving her a baby, is the strangest yet. The two lovers share an instant connection, far deeper than any mates supposed to enjoy.

Although she finds the milking machines that come to collect her prized liquids arousing, she knows that there's got to be more than this life. Fortunately, she sees an opportunity forming in the war zone outside her little room, one that may allow her to escape her imprisonment and be with Jerome forever. Though lactation and baby making are prized in her society above all else, even the obsessions of a futuristic elite can't quell the fires of love.

An erotic novelette over 7,000 words.

About Arthur Mitchell

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Published April 7, 2012 by Red Ice Press. 29 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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