Lessons in Diapered Humiliation [NOOK Book]

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Lessons in Diapered Humiliation begins with Playing with Allison. No matter how hard Allison tries, she can’t outshine Edward as they work on a new device. Their goal is to create a machine with the ability to regress whatever it targets, effectively turning back the hands of time. They’re both researchers at a prestigious lab, but only one of them can be promoted.

Since Allison can’t win fairly, she tries to seduce Edward, but when he rebuffs ...

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Lessons in Diapered Humiliation begins with Playing with Allison. No matter how hard Allison tries, she can’t outshine Edward as they work on a new device. Their goal is to create a machine with the ability to regress whatever it targets, effectively turning back the hands of time. They’re both researchers at a prestigious lab, but only one of them can be promoted.

Since Allison can’t win fairly, she tries to seduce Edward, but when he rebuffs her, she threatens him with a sexual harassment suit. Allison says she could destroy his career.

Edward knows she’s right, which means she’s left him no choice. He turns the device on her. In one bright flash of red light, Allison is regressed. She may have walked into that lab as a fully grown adult, but she’ll leave as an adorable toddler.

Officially, Edward keeps her to help with his research, though she knows the truth. He wants to humiliate her and punish her for what she did. And unless she can convince him that she knows how to be a good girl, Allison might be stuck in diapers as well as a baby’s body for a long, long time.

Next, Their Little Flower Girl is about Sadie, a young woman who can’t handle the pressures of getting married. She is so obsessed with her wedding that she forgets what it means to be in a relationship. After weeks of planning, she has turned into a total bridezilla.

After drinking a little too much, Sadie finds herself in a crib, strapped down. She looks around at the nursery, and it is way to complete, way too detailed to be some practical joke. There is a changing table, a little swing set, and a closet full of clothes, all styled for an adorable toddler but big enough for an adult.

When Jeff finally comes into the nursery, he tells her that things are going to be different from now on. Sadie has been misbehaving, so she needs to be put back in diapers. Not only that, Jeff decides that he might need a little help. Some of the friends she insulted as his fiancé eagerly volunteer to be her babysitter.

Of course, there is one other detail. Sadie got in trouble because she was stressing over her wedding, but it turns out that someone else might want to replace her, so Sadie will have to be cute and sweet and adorable at her own wedding as she watches someone else get to marry her fiancé!

Lastly, Amanda Harper and her boyfriend made a simple bet. If he lost, then he would do whatever she wanted. She could collar him and turn him into a houseboy. But if she lost, he could use her however he liked.

After losing, she is diapered and forced to be his adorable baby girl for a full two weeks. But now, thirteen days have passed, so Amanda thinks that she will soon regain her adulthood. It’s a nice thought, but it’s also very wrong.

Amanda’s boyfriend decides that she is going to stay like this. He has had so much fun. More importantly, he’s decided that the regression has been good for her. It would be best for Amanda if she stays in diapers.

Now that her time is almost up, Amanda’s boyfriend makes his intentions clear. He wants her to ask for this, to actually request that she stay a baby. She needs to ask for her crib, her spot on the changing table, and her bottles of formula.

When Amanda realizes that he won’t let her go, she decides to make a run for it. But time isn’t on her side. Two weeks is a long time in diapers. At this rate, Amanda might lose the last of her self-control, and then she won’t have a choice at all. Diapers will be her new way of life.

Publisher’s Note: This 80,000 word anthology contains explicit content which some readers may find objectionable. Adult and age play themes include: diapering, regression, humiliating attire, bottle feeding, tickling, and extensive spankings. All characters are consenting adults over the age of 18.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045783859
  • Publisher: Pink Leash
  • Publication date: 3/21/2014
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,402,691
  • File size: 215 KB

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