• Milked at Her Uncle's Farm, Volume One

  • Vanessa's Dairy Farm Training: An Erotic Lactation Story
  • By: Lia Milken
  • Narrated by: Aurora Kelly
  • Length: 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 03-27-14
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Archangel Ink
  • 2 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Spoiled college freshman Vanessa is in trouble with her parents. She failed a class her second semester, and her mother sends her to work on her uncle's farm in Mexico for the summer to help her learn the value of hard work.

However, when Vanessa arrives, things do not go as planned for the co-ed. She finds herself faced with tough choices, and she is eventually coerced into becoming a human cow to be milked at the pleasure of a Mexican drug lord or other men and women who pay for the benefit.

Warning: This book is an 8,000-plus word erotic short story for adults. Eighteen-plus only please. It features explicit and rough sex, erotic milking, and human cows. Do not read if any of this offends you.

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not only was the story terrible, but a woeful reminder that rape culture is alive and thriving. the author should be ashamed. moo

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