Dr. Cora's Clinic: An Age Play Medical Fantasy [NOOK Book]

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Dr. Cora has a special relationship with grown-up little boys and girls. She has opened a medical clinic where age play Mommies and Daddies can take their Littles for check-ups, vaccinations and to be treated for illnesses.

Dr. Cora and her two nurses are compassionate care givers, but they are also strict. They only give shots and take temperatures in the bottom, and they ...
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Dr. Cora's Clinic: An Age Play Medical Fantasy

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Overview

Dr. Cora has a special relationship with grown-up little boys and girls. She has opened a medical clinic where age play Mommies and Daddies can take their Littles for check-ups, vaccinations and to be treated for illnesses.

Dr. Cora and her two nurses are compassionate care givers, but they are also strict. They only give shots and take temperatures in the bottom, and they don't hesitate when a spanking is needed.

Dr. Cora is fulfilled by her practice, but there is a void in her life. Can Dr. Cora continue with her career and find her own special relationship at the same time?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940149261451
  • Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
  • Publication date: 5/1/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 144,359
  • File size: 81 KB

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  • Posted June 25, 2014

    Are you my Mommy? In Dr. Cora's Clinic, ageplay comes with a me

    Are you my Mommy? In Dr. Cora's Clinic, ageplay comes with a medical twist. Dr. Cora's first learns of ageplay through a patient in her vanilla medical practice. After a bit, she combines her two loves - ageplay and medicine. She opens her own clinic to treat the adorable Littles.

    This story is trademark Ms. May with the bratty little boys and girls spanked into good behaviour. The added fun with medical kink is a lovely touch. The BDSM is light for the most part. This is ageplay so there isn't as much graphic sexual acts. There is a little sensual erotic undertone in some of the doctor's appointments with Dr. Cora. The characters in this story are easy to understand. It's a straightforward plot with a woman looking to be a Mommy while balancing the demands of a job.

    The ageplay in here is familiar and sweet. The antics of the Littles are amusing. The discipline enforced by Dr. Cora and her strict nurses is delightful. This ageplay story is for kinky readers who also have love for medical kink.

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  • Posted June 2, 2014

    Dr. Cora helping keep "littles" healthy This is a book

    Dr. Cora helping keep "littles" healthy
    This is a book that has nine different stories all revolving around Dr. Cora's medical practice for "Littles" and keeping them healthy.  Her medical practice caters only to grown up little boys and girls and their health needs. She has nurses Lola and Jim to assist in the care of their little patients and Mommies and Daddies. I thought the story was well constructed and had various medical situations for both male and female "littles" and dealing with their Bigs. It covered discipline, immunization, diaper training, faking sickness with punishment, actual illness behavior and even Dr. Cora finding her own little girl  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 6, 2014

    This is a medical age-play book where Dr. Cora has opened her pr

    This is a medical age-play book where Dr. Cora has opened her practice to provide a safe place for daddies and mommies to bring their Littles for medical care while allowing them to maintain their roles in their chosen lifestyle. I enjoyed the stories of the patients as well as seeing how different parents cared for their adult Littles. I wish it had been longer and we could learn more about the adult little girl that Cora finally brings into her own life. All the medical staff at the clinic are kind and understanding about the needs, both emotionally and physically, of the characters in the special dynamic. If you like age-play, medical play and lots of caring spankings, you'll enjoy this one.

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  • Posted May 3, 2014

    Fun Look at A Special Doctor Cora has found her medical spec

    Fun Look at A Special Doctor




    Cora has found her medical speciality. She has devoted her practice to age-play littles and the Bigs who love them. We get peeks at some of the patients and the great staff as well. Along the way doc finds her own relationship. Now we just need someone for Nurse Jim.

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  • Posted May 2, 2014

    This is a wonderful novel in the age-play community that Jennie

    This is a wonderful novel in the age-play community that Jennie May has created. Dr. Cora has been seen in other stories and now she has her own. We meet her in medical school and then as an intern in a hospital. She meets an age-play couple in the hospital and talks with them. They intrigue her and she eventually decides that she wants to be a doctor for them. This book is actually several novellas with different topics. I especially liked the Diaper Training novella. Very interesting. And, will Dr. Cora get a Little of her own? We find out in this book. There are plenty of spankings in this book. And they are very hot. But, if you aren’t comfortable with age-play, don’t buy this book. Otherwise, I think you will love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 1, 2014

    Oh boy┬┐ageplay and medical play combined! Two of my favorite the

    Oh boy…ageplay and medical play combined! Two of my favorite themes, and the book did not disappoint. As the description implies, the story here centers around a clinic specifically catering to the ageplay community. Run by Dr. Cora and her two nurses and receptionist, it is fully qualified to handle actual medical issues, but the staff are also well versed in the ageplay dynamic and relationships. As such, as much as medical prescriptions and procedures, Dr. Cora and her nurses also have to deal with helping overcome relationship issues.

    Dr. Cora’s Clinic is rather unique in that it’s almost like a collection of short stories – while there is a narrative (mainly centered around Cora’s introduction to the lifestyle and gradual development as a Mommy and search for a little) a good deal of it consists of self-contained vignettes, each centered around a procedure or patient (flu shots, spanking therapy, a gyn appointment, etc.). Actually on that topic of vignettes, I liked that only one of them involved a gynecology visit – while that’s certainly my favorite medical play area, there’s of course nothing wrong with branching out to give it a more unique feel. I also was glad that for once this showed a little who saw herself as a teenager – that is definitely a rarity among ageplay books and I was very glad to see that make an appearance here.

    Dr. Cora’s Clinic wasn’t entirely flawless; for one, I feel it could have been longer and some of the characterization drawn out deeper. And while this isn’t a critique, I will just point out for those who have strong feelings one way or another that there is some light m/m stuff here, involving a Daddy, his ‘son,’ and the male nurse (but there is nothing overtly sexual in here, of any orientation). But regardless, I thought this was a very worthy work of both medical and age play, and I hope we see more works covering both of those areas.

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