Now His Milk Cow by Ashley K. Bennet
(A Lactation Fantasy)

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Clara is in trouble. She lied on several documents for work. Because her company is contracted with the military, those fraudulent papers could get her sent to prison. At first, Clara thought she got away with it until she gets an email from Eric, one of her colleagues. He knows everything, and he intends to turn her in unless she agrees to one condition.

She must go to his house and spend the weekend doing whatever he wishes.

It turns out that Eric has a side project. In addition to his regular job, he has been researching a new chemical, one that causes women to lactate when aroused. He makes her test this new drug. Then he starts to milk her. Her breasts become his new favorite toy.

Only her new position at his feet means so much more than simple milking. He makes her wear a collar with a bell. He makes her graze. Clara is forced to move on her hands and knees because she has been demoted to the status of an animal.

And he isn’t alone. His younger sister, Rachel, has no problem helping out with Clara’s “training.” She milks Clara and takes her for walks. Together, Rachel and Eric will make Clara enjoy being their family’s milk cow.

Clara resists with everything she has, but as the hours tick past, she can feel her resistance fade away. After all, with every milking comes some of the most intense orgasms she has ever felt. If she doesn’t find a way out of this situation soon, she might end up his plaything forever.

Publisher's Note: This 24,000 word title contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. BDSM themes and content include: questionable consent, lactation play, milking, f/f bisexuality, spanking, humiliation, and numerous domination scenarios. This title should be taken as a work of fantasy only.

About Ashley K. Bennet

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Published September 5, 2012 by Bridle Books. 69 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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