Daddy's Boy Is in a Family Way

Adult Taboo Erotica
# 3 of 7 How can you tell the handsome football player you're pregnant, if you're a man? What's worse, do you dare tell him it's his? Dick Bunch warms to the affections of Archie, his former tormentor, but doesn't dare reveal his secret. Can the Bunch family bring Archie and Dick closer together? This vintage MPREG page-turner is so steamy, you might want to practice reading it with one hand. More
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About Peter Schutes

Peter Schutes (1896-1981) did not begin writing until he found a typewriter at a Montana bunkhouse in the early 1950's. He had a “big problem”. He wrote smut focused mainly on matters of size. Peter's prolific volumes of steamy men's tales, were some of the finest gay pulp fiction to grace the shelves of dirty bookstores.

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About the Series: Daddy’s Boy - Male Pregnancy
Imagine you’re a young man with a deep love for your father. You find out he loves you even more. Then you find out he impregnated you. This collection of stories tell about an imaginary Appalachian ethnic group called the Monachee, who have the ability to reproduce without women. The books follow the Bunch family, whose men are built differently from town folk. They can conceive. In fact, to produce a male heir, they must mate with another man. The conception can only happen beyond the colorectal junction, so the men are all endowed with the right equipment for the job.

Until the middle of the twentieth century, the Bunch family interbred. Daddy was brother to his son. But forces of modernization have caused several Bunch men to find male love outside the Monachee tribe.

This vintage collection of MPREG fiction mixes taboos. Rather than an “Omegaverse”, Peter created an “Appalachiaverse.”

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