“Womanliness means only motherhood; All love begins and ends there.”
— Robert Browning, from The Inn Album (1875)
Thank you for buying this book. I hope you enjoy reading it.
The Mother-Son Fantasy is one of the most powerful fetishes driving both males and females. Starting with Sophocles’ Oedipus the King in 429 BCE, writers in every generation have explored the topic. According to Google Trends, there’s more interest today than ever before.
I started in the early 1980s, publishing large-busted Mommy fetish erotic fiction for Gent, Home of the D Cups magazine. In later years, I developed short stories for Literotica.com under the name “MSFProject,” which stands for Mother Son Fantasy Project. In between, I’ve been a newspaper reporter and editor and a super hero comic book writer.
Now here I am. I’ve always believed there would be a market for well written and inventive erotica. Perhaps e-books will make this possible.
Warning: I don’t do ordinary. I’m always looking to be different, inventive and even a little insidious. Yes, you’ll get all the hot and steamyness you want with Mom. But there’s more.
Please write and tell me what you think at my blog https://msfproject.wordpress.com/
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Kevin and big breasted Mom are stranded on a tropical island. Mother being the only available woman drives Kevin insane with lust. Mom refuses to give in. Yes, she’s horny too. But sex with her son means no hope exists for rescue. Unable to control himself, Kevin hunts mom down to tie her up. Will Kevin force his mother? Will Mom find strength to resist? What would you do with nobody else to love?
Coming Home to Mom
Johnny lusts for Mom's big milk engorged bust, but she refuses. That’s wrong! Fearful he can't control himself, he joins the Marines. When Johnny leads a secret mission, Mom goes crazy with worry and promises God that if Johnny comes home alive, she will let him suck on her. Johnny comes home a changed man–with more powerful physical and emotional needs. Should Mom keep her promise?
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