Feeding the Farm Hands by Lydia Litt

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After losing her job, Daisy is evicted from her apartment in the city. Desperate for work, she accepts a live-in position on a dairy farm, where she expects to spend her days scrambling eggs, making pots of chili and washing dishes.

But Farmer Jones has something else in mind for the young, buxom brunette. After slipping Daisy a special potion to induce lactation, he plans to turn her into a human dairy cow so she can feed the farm hands using her full, ripe breasts!

This 5,600 word lactation fantasy is dripping with adult themes and explicit content, including a human milking machine, domination and submission, a humiliated human dairy cow, gushes of warm, sweet milk and group fun between a buxom brunette and a bunch of thirsty farm hands.
 

About Lydia Litt

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Published April 10, 2013 by Uncommon Publishing Group. 27 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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