Alright, so I’m one of those people that honestly get turned on by age-play, but I don’t LIKE the fact that I do. All spanking literature used to be something I read under the covers—I didn’t want anyone to know what I was reading! Spanking, I knew, was SO taboo they wouldn’t even get it. They would think I was odd.
But what do you do when you WORK in the spanking biz? You become a little desensitized, I’ve gotta tell you. All day it’s spanking, spanking, spanking… Nothing’s ever new! Nothing seems to give me that old nervous tingle at the pit of my stomach. Except this one.
This story, even though I’ve read it a few time, still gives me that old mischievous “I shouldn’t be reading this” sort of feel, when it’s NOT EVEN AGEPLAY. So, in short—it’s for the people that want to read age play but don’t want to support age play.
How, you ask? Let me explain.
Bach is an alien—who looks human, if humans had 4 fingers and were eight feet tall. (Here’s what to keep in mind when I say “Eight feet” is tall. You know how “Predator” dwarfsArnold Swartzenegger when they’re fighting? The Predator was only 7’4”. Thus, 8 feet is HUGE.)
Pani is a human—taken right off the earth’s surface and put into a cage to be sold at a pet-store. And she’s exotic looking—she’s a redhead, she’s small, she’s cute. Bach buys her.
Bach isn’t an experienced pet owner, so he does everything anyone tells him to do, or what everyone else does—he dresses her up in his daughters (his daughters and wife are dead) old clothing, does up her hair, and then tries to “train” her with spankings… And enemas, and stretchings, forced sex, and time-outs, and everything else.
But then he finds out that humans are more intelligent than he’s told—definitely not as smart as his species, but definitely an intelligent race with intelligence that far exceeds a pet. You watch as he ends up falling in actual love with Pani, and not in the human-pet relationship sort of way.
So—it’s sort of age-play, sort of sci-fi, sort of bdsm.
At the end of the day, it’s fascinating. The story is told though Bach’s POV (supposedly there will eventually be a sequel where you see the same event from Pani’s POV), and you get to see his struggle with falling in love with his pet and letting her fill the void that was developed when his family died in a car accident. He has to learn pet-training the hard way, and you get to see his thought process through the whole thing. You become very sympathetic towards him until the weirdness is completely gone—your mind will allow Pani to become a pet and you will be brought along the journey with him. Because of the way Phelps rights it, you become entranced into this world. Just be careful—as soon as you start actually talking about what you’re reading, it sounds pretty weird and pretty fast. But that doesn’t take away from the excitement and hotness of this story.
It’s definitely not like a lot of the stories Blushing Publications’ is known for, where they’re just romance stories with a spanking thrown in instead of sex. This one is not something you want your mother to find you reading. But still, it is a great little story and I recommend it to anyone willing to expand their minds.