Growing for Him by Johannes Lowe
(M/F, breast growth) (Changed for Him)

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Helen has been Mark's loving sub for a few weeks now, and she's besotted with her ultra-successful lover whose medical research company has made him billions. He might be somewhat demanding, he might tie her up and use her every night or two, and he might do even more naughty things - but as far as Helen's concerned, those are all pluses! Her one lingering insecurity is that Mark is a dyed-in-the-wool ‘breast man’, and her A-cups have always seemed inadequate - even if the gentleman billionaire has never said a word to her about it.

Everything is about to change when Mark treats her to a sumptuous dinner, and tells Helen he has a surprise awaiting her at the end. Blindfolded and stripped down to her bra and panties, Helen is led to Mark’s bedroom, where he’s stashed away a gift - a secret product his company is working on which can cause a woman’s breasts to grow, expanding a pair of itty-bitty-titties out of Helen’s A-cups and into the big Ds she’s always wanted!

Join Helen for a life-changing experience as she allows her body to be altered irrevocably, experiencing incredible sensations and pleasures along the way! How big will Helen’s rack grow, and is Mark doing this for himself or for Helen - or both? Of course, our journey wouldn’t be complete without taking these new melons out for a spin, which Mark has every intention of doing.

‘Growing for Him’ is an erotic novelette in approximately 7,000 words, and is not appropriate for readers under the age of eighteen. It is part of the 'Changed for Him' collection, however, these stories are not in any sequence and can be read in any order or combination. The story contains straight M/F sex, light dominance and submission, titty-fucking, and most of all, the gradual and erotic growth of Helen’s breasts.

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Published September 8, 2012 by little brown bag books. 24 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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