Overview

After seventeen years Duncan runs into his old high school girlfriend. Her tits are bigger than ever and after starting an affair with this now married woman he discovers why: she and her husband are in an adult nursing relationship. Duncan decides he needs to share in the life-giving milk that now flows from Ophelia’s wonderful breasts. He is literally stealing milk from his...
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The Milk Thief

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Overview

After seventeen years Duncan runs into his old high school girlfriend. Her tits are bigger than ever and after starting an affair with this now married woman he discovers why: she and her husband are in an adult nursing relationship. Duncan decides he needs to share in the life-giving milk that now flows from Ophelia’s wonderful breasts. He is literally stealing milk from his married rival’s mouth.

This is a 17,000 word novelette intended for adult audiences.

Content warning: This story features graphic sex, group sex, lesbian sex, erotic lactation, and other depictions of adult sexuality. Strong language and adult only content.


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I leaned forward and took up her breast again, sucking her nipple between my lips, and drank deeply from her. Her milk was thin but heavy in texture and creamy on the tongue. Very sweet—like a fruit juice and not at all unpleasant. Obviously it wasn’t supposed to be unpleasant because babies had to drink breast milk as their only nourishment. I nursed from her for a minute, tasting her milk, feeling the sensation of the liquid spraying into my mouth. Ophelia stroked the back of my head as I nursed from her. She would sighed in contentment when I gently pulled her essence from her breast. After too short a time she pushed my head away and offered me her other breast. “Switch,” she said. I willingly went along. I climbed over her body and took up the other breast.

It took a moment longer to get the second breast started, but then the milk flowed and I settled into her. I watch her half-empty breast as it slowly leaked her precious milk. The droplets slipped down her smooth skin and wetted the sheets. She didn’t wipe it away. It slowly stopped on its own.

All too soon she pushed me away. “You need to leave some for Terry.”

A bit of anger rose in my chest, but I pushed it down. “Is he going to notice you’re not completely full?” Even after a few minutes of nursing from her, I could see that her tits were slightly reduced in size. She was a D cup in high school, when we met up again after the years I was certain she had grown to a double D, but that wasn’t really the case. She was just swollen from her milk production.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014794497
  • Publisher: Green Bush Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 359,990
  • File size: 43 KB

Meet the Author

Elliot Silvestri lives in upstate New York where he spends too little time reading and writing and too much time on video games and mountain biking. His writing interests include erotica, science fiction, and fantasy, both low and high. He lives a private and secluded life in the company of three cats.
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