The Farm by Attero

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Nothing Alicia had ever experienced in her life could have prepared her for what she saw in the barn. Though hardly sheltered or naïve, she simply couldn’t make sense of the information that her eyes were relaying to her brain. She couldn’t understand why women would allow themselves to be dressed as cows, chained up, and milked. What she could understand, though, was that she wanted no part of it.

Unfortunately for Alicia, the owner of the farm found her before she was able to flee from the area. Though he intimidated the hell out of her, he did manage to convince her that everything going on in the barn was consensual – and even bet Alicia that given the chance she would happily join in. Sensing easy money and with nowhere else to go, Alicia reluctantly agreed to the terms of his bet. She suspected that she was missing something, but she was confident that nothing in the world could make her see his barn as anything other than absolutely disgusting.

What Alicia didn’t understand was that with a little chemistry and a bit of manipulation, the farmer was able to inspire a degree of sexual arousal that she didn’t know was possible. Weaponizing her own lust against her, he would force her to confront the curiosity about her own sexuality that she dared not discuss openly. Alicia struggled to convince herself that she wasn’t like the others and would never allow herself to be treated as a cow, but as time progressed the prospect of being bred grew more and more appealing.

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Published October 2, 2012 84 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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