Formula R by Devon Shire

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Kate just got into college, so now she’s more than a little self-satisfied. In fact, she is absolutely confident that she is ready to take over the trust fund her parents left her. For the last few years, her Aunt Judy has overseen those funds, but it’s almost time for Kate to claim her inheritance.

Or so she thinks.

Kate comes home for a weekend visit. Her cousin and aunt are there, but they have other visitors too. Doctor Archer and his nurse are there to tell Kate that her aunt is very concerned about the schedule she’s been keeping. They say that her Aunt Judy discovered the illegal withdrawals from Kate’s trust fund.

None of this makes sense until Kate realizes the truth. Her aunt has been stealing money from her trust fund, but it’s too late. Within a few minutes, Doctor Archer declares Kate mentally incompetent. Between her aunt’s falsified testimony and Doctor Archer’s diagnosis, Kate is put into the doctor’s custody for indefinite treatment.

He has a special compound for girls like her. He calls it Formula R. Once ingested, this special drug forcibly regresses the patient. She loses her ability to speak like an adult, control her bladder, and walk upright. After just a few doses, she is reduced to baby talk, crawling, and wetting her diaper, which is exactly what her aunt wanted all along. This way, Aunt Judy can take control of Kate’s inheritance.

Doctor Archer gets the chance to test his new drug, and Aunt Judy can have all the money she would ever need. It’s a win-win situation for everyone…except Kate. From now on, she’ll be a diapered little girl, forced to toddle and babble, and beg for changes. If she misbehaves, her doctor or nurse will get to spank her. If she refuses to drink the regression formula from her bottle, then she’ll have to take it as a suppository.

This is her life under the doctor’s care.

Publisher's Note: This 30,000 word novella contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Adult and BDSM themes include: forced diapering, bondage, baby talk, suppositories, spanking, and other forms of domination. Every character is over the age of 18.

About Devon Shire

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Published December 13, 2012 by Pink Leash Publishing. 76 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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