Luke's Milkmaids

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In a quest for better health Luke has found himself addicted to Carrie’s breasts. Or, more specifically her breast milk, that she supplies to him in a complex arrangement. As he finds himself becoming more and more hooked on her breasts and her milk a new woman enters his life one that possibly couldn’t supply him in the way he has become accustomed to with Carrie. Or can she? More

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Words: 22,340
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781476251332
About Elliot Silvestri

Elliot Silvestri lives in upstate New York where he works and writes, not always at the same time. He has a degree in English Literature and his professors would be appalled at the shoddy construction of his characters and plots for his ebook erotica. His free time is spent with his wife and children, repairing a one hundred year old house, and herding the family’s three cats.

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Review by: Francis W. Porretto on March 07, 2015 :
This is a remarkable story: sexy, as you’d expect from a tale labeled “erotica,” but also sweet and, in its unique way, morally educational. Luke, a cancer survivor whose body needs to grow, becomes entangled with breast milk provider Carrie, whose body is just fine but whose mind is essentially idle and whose soul needs more than a little work. His later involvement with Nicky nicely highlights the difference between love and a “mutual use” relationship that involves sex. It’s particularly nice that Luke isn’t penalized for his indulgence, even as he learns Carrie’s limitations and the limitations of his involvement with her, and enters into a fuller, far more emotional relationship with Nicky.

Very well done: if I may, for Smashwords erotica it's "the cream of the crop."
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)

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