AB Discovery is pleased to be offering the short stories and novella of long-time ABDL author, Colin Milton.
In this book you will find seven stories, completely reworked and re-edited and available in the first of an eleven-volume series.
Colin Milton brings us seven wonderful short stories about being an adult baby, usually in a relationship with a mummy. You will thoroughly enjoy your time in Colin’s world of babies and mummies – a world YOU may want for yourself!
You will read wonderful accounts of a man succumbing to his wife to become her baby. You will enjoy devouring the secret lives of men and women hidden from public view where the man is a nappied baby, still bottle-fed or more.
These stories are:
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Click the book above to read a free 47 page sample of this fabulous book!
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If you would like to purchase the entire 14 book Colin Milton/Penelope Pansy collection you can for just $56.50.
Would you like to read a customized version of this book with YOUR name in place of the adult baby? Would you like the ‘mummy’s’ name to be that of someone meaningful to you? This can all be done quite easily. For just $8.25, you can have your name in the text on this and any other fiction book. Click the PayPal link below and then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know your specific name choices.Your customised version (PDF): $US8.25
If you want more customisation or even a story/book written to your specifications, go here to read more about it.
What are people saying about this book?
** I wasn’t into ABDL until I read Colin Milton’s The Story of Lynn and David. His writing encouraged me to try others of his.
Thus is a series of short stories dealing with different parts of an adult baby’s life. His attention to detail puts you right there. The domination by the mommy is sweetly erotic.
** I enjoyed each of the different stories. Sometimes longer books are something I don’t finish, but short stories bring me in.