Bailey, The Family Pet – Review

Bailey, The Family Pet by Huck Pilgrim
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Bailey, The Family Pet
By: Huck Pilgrim
Release Date: November 10th, 2015

In a world where biotech has given the human race a new hormone that allows people to transitions to pets, a middle aged man walks his young female pet through the park. She is eighteen, lean and nude. She walks at the end of a short leash. She can no longer speak. The hormones have taken that power from her. Her libido is raging on high. She eats kibble from a bowl in the garage. Human pets are the new Viagra. Bailey is one such pet. Why did she do it? She is young and beautiful and her many friends from the Brynmoore swim club adore her. But Bailey has a terrible secret. Becoming a human pet is her last good hope for a satisfying life. Bailey the Family Pet is the tale of one woman’s quest to discover herself in a hostile world that’s new and changing.

This book is a dark and gritty, a realistic erotic fantasy romance. It’s for adult readers only.

 

Bailey, the Family Pet is an erotic novella written by Huck Pilgrim and jam-packed with naughty scenes for those who like to read something off the beaten path. It’s definitely not for those who like the straight and narrow.

If you’re looking for a book that deals with pet play, humiliation, and domination… this is the book for you!

Come Check Out Our Author Page For Huck Pilgrim

Huck Pilgrim has lived on the streets of New York City, in a communal home for Christians, and on an American submarine out of San Diego. He has washed dishes, made costumed helium balloon deliveries, and robbed designer jeans from department stores. This pilgrim has done a bit of everything. When Huck isn’t working, he spends most of his free time reading, writing, and publishing erotic stories.

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Rating Report
Amount of sex
4 / 5
How explicit
4.5 / 5
Amount of BDSM/Fetish
0 / 5
Story
3.5 / 5
Overall: 4 / 5