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Dr. Cora's Clinic: An Age-Play Medical Fantasy

By: Jennie May
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: � 2014 by Blushing Books Jennie May
9 Chapters / 31,000 Words
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Dr. Cora has a special relationship with grown-up little boys and girls. She has opened a medical clinic where age play Mommies and Daddies can take their Littles for check-ups, vaccinations and to be treated for illnesses.

Dr. Cora and her two nurses are compassionate care givers, but they are also strict. They only give shots and take temperatures in the bottom, and they don't hesitate when a spanking is needed.

Dr. Cora is fulfilled by her practice, but there is a void in her life. Can Dr. Cora continue with her career and find her own special relationship at the same time?

Dr. Cora (Chapter One)

Cora Reilly had always been fascinated with the human body and the way it works. As a child, she had coerced playmate after playmate into stripping off their clothes for an examination in her bedroom. She would place a crisp, clean, white sheet on her bed and order her friends to stretch out on it so she could take a look at their bodies. While other teenagers had posters of movie stars or singers on their walls, Cora had anatomy charts. When her friends were dating, Cora was at home studying her medical books. Romantic relationships had been of no interest to her. It was no surprise to anyone who knew her that Cora decided to go into medicine.

When she was an undergraduate and then a medical school student, Cora threw herself into her studies. In medical school she felt that she had truly found her passion and was an excellent student who became a remarkable doctor. Her teachers praised her, and the doctor in charge of her residency said Cora was the best student he had ever had. Her future was bright, and Cora looked forward to every moment of her glorious career as a doctor.

But not long after Cora graduated from medical school, she realized that something was missing from her life. She knew she should have been happy. She became part of a well-respected primary care office, and was admired at the top hospital where she practiced.

Cora enjoyed practicing medicine, but deep inside she knew that she was looking for more. Cora was not like any other doctor. She had a need to help a particular population of people. She just had to discover where that population was hiding itself.

There was a time during medical school when Cora had seriously considered going into pediatric medicine. She enjoyed children, and she thought that perhaps her calling was to help them. She soon realized that she did not want to be a doctor to children. At least she did not want to take care of real children.

It was a chance meeting at the hospital that changed Cora’s life forever. There she met two people who would point her in the direction she wanted to take with her life.

“Hello, I’m Dr. Reilly,” Cora said briskly as she entered the small room on that bright autumn afternoon. The artificial light was brutal, and Cora resisted the urge to turn it off and open the window blinds instead. She grabbed the chart from the end of the bed before looking up at the two people in front of her. “I’ll be substituting for Dr. Wesley today,” she said.

The patient was a young woman with dirty blonde hair and sweet blue eyes. When Cora looked at her chart, she saw that the patient was thirty-two. There was something innocent about her that made her look much younger. She sat up in her hospital bed, her lunch tray in front of her. The man beside her was spooning bits of food into her mouth.

The woman made a face. “Yuck,” she said. “That’s disgusting.”

“Disgusting or not, you need to eat,” said the man firmly. Then he turned to Cora. He stood and offered his hand for her to shake. “Hello, I’m Tom. This bratty little patient is Abigail.”

The woman made a sucking noise with her teeth and then gave Cora a smile. “The food here is horrible.”

“Don’t be rude, Abigail,” the man admonished her.

Cora looked from the man to the woman. The woman did look young, but she was clearly an adult. The man was treating her more like a child. He had dark hair and was sporting a short beard. He didn’t look old enough to be her father, but why was he talking to her like that?

Cora approached the bed. “How are you feeling?”

Abigail shrugged. “I feel like I want to go home.”

This made Cora laugh. “I bet you do. According to Dr. Wesley’s notes, you should be able to be released tomorrow. You’ll have to limit your activities, though.”

“Is she well enough for a good spanking?” Tom asked.

�Cora raised her eyebrows.

“Daddy!” Abigail protested. She looked embarrassed. Tom chuckled.

Now Cora knew she was in the presence of a relationship she didn’t understand. “Excuse me?” she said, bewildered. “Did you say a spanking?”

The man grinned from ear to ear. “Maybe Dr. Wesley didn’t explain the nature of our relationship in his notes. Abigail is my grown up little girl. She’s in the hospital because she neglected to take her medication and didn’t follow the good doctor’s instructions from the previous time she was here. Correct, Miss Abigail?”

Abigail gulped and made a face. “Yes sir.”

“And when she’s all better,” the man continued, “she’s going to get a good paddling on her naughty little behind.”

Cora looked back at the patient, questions in her eyes. Was this woman being abused? The woman looked annoyed rather than cowed.

Abigail rolled her eyes. “Don’t worry,” she said to Cora. “Daddy is being dramatic as usual. There’s no reason to interview me alone or anything. The spanking is fully consensual, although Daddy certainly spanks more often than I would say he should.”

The man smiled. “I probably shouldn’t have said anything. Dr. Wesley can vouch for me if you have concerns about Abigail’s safety.” He turned to the bed. “And if I spanked more often, we might not be in this situation, young lady.”

Abigail huffed. Cora was intrigued. �“You’re her husband then?” she asked the man.

He nodded. “I admit it with pleasure.”

“He’s my husband and my daddy,” said Abigail. “Sometimes he’s the man of my dreams, and sometimes he’s the most annoying thing in my life.”

“Watch it,” Tom said affectionately, his eyes dancing with love for his wife.

Cora couldn’t help but grin. “Everything seems okay here. As long as all goes well tonight, Dr. Wesley will be in to release you tomorrow.”

Tom shook Cora’s hand and Abigail waved to her before she left the room. But Cora couldn’t stop thinking about the couple after the visit. The next day she made a point to find Adam Wesley and ask him about what he knew about his patient and her husband.

She finally found him just before lunch and asked him to join her. In the cafeteria, he entertained her questions about Abigail and Tom.

“She’s a chronically ill patient,” Adam said. “I explained to her that it would be much easier to treat her if I understood her lifestyle. It was a routine discussion I had with her when she first came to see me, but she and Tom told me everything.”

“Everything?” Cora asked. She was absently eating her soup while she listened to her colleague. Adam bit into his sandwich. “It’s not so complicated, really. They live together as husband and wife. I believe she works at a library, and he’s some kind of engineer. Their way of being intimate is to live in a dominant and submissive type of relationship.”

“She calls him Daddy,” said Cora.

Adam shrugged. “Yeah. There’s a father and daughter kind of vibe, although it’s obviously a very different relationship. Some people like to be taken care of.”

“Spanked?” Cora asked.

“That’s part of it for them.”

“Is it a sex thing?”

Adam considered this. “You know, it’s not the kind of thing I understand so I can’t be sure. I’d say it’s sexual, yes. But in a way it’s more about intimacy. That’s why her health is part of it, too. She’s a lovely person, but she’s not a particularly compliant patient. He takes responsibility for her the way a father might. I can’t explain it, but it definitely serves a purpose for them. I’m glad they told me about it, too. This way I can suggest the right treatments for her and I can talk to him about them as well.”

“Do you suggest that he spank her when she won’t take her pills?” Cora asked with a smile. �

Adam laughed. “I don’t go that far.”

Cora wrapped up her trash to take to the waste basket. “I learn something new from patients all the time.”

“You’ve gotta keep an open mind,” Adam told her.

Cora had taken that advice and run with it. Ten years later, Cora had her own successful medical office run from a small addition sprouting out the back of an old house in the country. An animal lover from childhood, Cora used the huge lot to indulge her dream of owning a horse, several chickens and two goats. The house itself was bright and inviting, with large windows flanked by white shutters. A long driveway ran from the rural road and wound around to the back of the house where it ended at a hand lettered sign that read “Dr. Cora’s Medical Clinic”. The sign and the house were far enough from the road that anyone arriving there would have had to have known where to look. Cora did not want street traffic, and she did not want advertisement. Privacy was important to her, and it was important to her patients as well.

The door to the clinic was painted bright blue in contrast to the milky ivory color of the house itself. Flowers crowded around the porch and beneath the windows, particularly during the spring and summer. Cora made sure that the house, and especially the clinic, always looked cheerful and welcoming. When she wasn’t seeing patients, Cora tended the gardens and the animals with a loving hand. She was happiest when she was caring for something, be it a daisy or a cat or a person. She wanted to make her mark on the world by helping people and animals live as happy and healthy a life as possibly.

The front door to the clinic opened up into a large waiting room with brightly colored chairs and several tables. Cora had placed toys appropriate to all ages around the space, and stuffed animals occupied some of the seating. One wall was decorated with artwork created for her by her patients. Another wall was solid on the bottom and open on the top. This was where Cora’s assistant, Tawni, welcomed patients, took information and organized the everyday chaos of the busy clinic. Next to Tawni’s desk Cora had hung a small paddle on a hook. The lettering on the paddle read “Naughtiness Cured Here”. The paddle served as a warning to patients in the waiting area. It had even been used a time or two by a Mommy or Daddy who had been pushed too far.

The hallway off the waiting room led to three small examination rooms, a bathroom and Cora’s personal office. A scale stood in an alcove between two of the rooms. Each exam room was decorated in a theme from a different children’s movie or television show. The rooms were furnished with a built-in desk, a padded examination table with a roll of white paper at the end and two chairs for parents. The desk held a variety of medical equipment for examining eyes, ears and all other parts of the body. Large glass containers held thermometers, tongue depressors and large balls of cotton.

Cora employed Tawni and two nurses, Lola and Jim. Lola was a large, solid African-American woman with shining dark eyes and a smile that made everyone love her. She was always dressed in brightly colored scrubs with pictures of animals. Jim was a tall, lanky man. He wore wire-rimmed glasses and had his hair cut so short that sometimes he seemed not to have any at all.

Cora and Lola had met at the medical office where Cora had previously worked. Cora had always felt that she could tell Lola anything and knew that Lola would understand when Cora described her idea of a medical clinic for grown-ups living all or part of their lives as children. Lola had been immediately inspired by the project and had asked to come work for Cora, and so Lola and Cora had started the clinic together. Just a few months after they had opened the clinic, Lola had met a young man looking for a Mommy of his own. The two of them hit if off right away, and a long-lasting love began to grow. Lola and her Little David had lived together happily ever since. Lola often brought Little David to Cora for check-ups and sometimes just to visit the animals.

�Cora’s assistant, Tawni, had been recommended by none other than Tom and Abigail. Tawni teased her dark hair and wore bright lipstick that she applied many times each day. She was in a typical relationship with a man, but she liked interacting with people in the age-play world. In addition, she kept the office organized and running efficiently.

Jim was hired several years after Tawni when the clinic was growing faster than Cora could keep up with it. Jim was the brother-in-law of one of Cora’s beloved clients. He aspired to be an age-play Daddy himself someday and enjoyed the connection to his patients while he waited for the right relationship to come along.

Cora’s staff was unusual to be sure, but they all believed in what they were doing and understood the dynamics between their Little patients and the Big grown-ups. In addition to that, each staff member was a dedicated medical professional who always provided the best care under any circumstances.

Patients came from far and wide to visit Dr. Cora at her clinic. Some travelled many miles for one visit with the doctor while others were regular clients. Age-play Littles and Bigs from all over the world had heard about the unique clinic where they could have their medical needs met while remaining in their relationship roles, and they all wanted to see this very special medical practice in action.

The clinic itself was in some ways very similar to any other medical practice. Cora had all of the equipment needed to run a top of the line facility. Thorough records were kept on each patient, and Cora sent her clients to regular specialists when necessary. Patients were weighed, had their blood pressures taken and received prescriptions for antibiotics and other medication. Most other doctors in the area were unaware of the special nature of Cora’s practice, and that was just fine with her. Her patients were typically referred to her through friends, and she found that she had plenty of business to keep the clinic running each day.

Of course, Cora’s clinic also differed from an average doctor’s office in many respects. For one thing, the atmosphere in the office had the distinct feeling of a pediatric medical center rather than one for adult patients. Over the years Cora had come to recognize and understand the preferences of her patients, and she had fashioned her clinic accordingly.

Discipline was accepted, encouraged and often implemented by every member of the staff at the clinic. Many Daddies and Mommies spanked their little ones in the office or the examination rooms, and no one thought anything of it. One corner of each room was kept clear of furniture so that there was always a place to send a naughty Little with a bare, red bottom. There had been some occasions where the waiting room was so full of naughty grown-up children facing the walls that chairs had to be moved to accommodate them all.

Another difference between Cora’s clinic and a mainstream medical center was that shots were administered whenever possible. If medication could be given as an injection, it usually was. And if injections could be given in the bare bottom, they usually were. This was because Cora’s patients, and especially the Daddies and Mommies, always requested it this way. They loved to see their Littles squirm with dread after they were told they would be given a shot, and they liked to see their Little’s cute bottoms bared by Nurse Lola or Nurse Jim so that they could be poked with long needles.

It could also be said that Cora’s Medical Clinic was more thorough with examinations of the patient’s bottom than any other medical clinic in the world. Cora always took her time when checking a Little’s bottom cheeks and anal hole, and she usually invited the Mommy or Daddy to participate. Few Little patients endured a visit to Cora’s clinic without a staff member finding some reason or another to bare their bottoms. It was all part of what made Dr. Cora’s Clinic a special one for Littles and Bigs alike. Cora hoped that her patients would always feel comfortable expressing their feelings and needs to her and the staff. She wanted to create a place where they could be themselves without having to worry about what someone else might be thinking.

Patients often asked if Dr. Cora herself was planning to add a Little to her household. She always answered with a laugh that her patients were more responsibility than she could handle already and that she would stick with her pets, thank you very much. Truthfully, though, there were times when Cora was lonely. When she first bought the house she had envisioned the room next to her own as a nursery. In fact, she had decorated it with pale pink carpet and a pattern of pink roses on the walls. She had turned the room into a guest room with a queen sized bed covered with a white quilt, but she sometimes sat on that bed and contemplated what it would be like to be a Mommy herself. She thought that one day she would like to bring a Little daughter into her home, someone to care for and love. She wanted that connection she sometimes saw in her patients, and she felt sure that she would experience it one day. Until then, though, she was satisfied with her life. Her patients and her animals brought her joy each day, and she really thought she had no right to ask the universe for more than that.

Adaline Raine on 11/13/2014 04:29pm
I would have liked this book a lot more if Cora had gotten more page time finding her little. I loved the sweetness between the two of them and wished for more. I find medical play hot and this book did not disappoint. I enjoyed reading about the flu shots, temperature checks - always accurate, and some other embarrassing procedures. I did not enjoy the harshness that sometimes bordered on cruel with the way the mommies and daddies treated their littles. I don't believe it's that way outside of a book, but I don't venture into age play novels much for this reason. I feel I have to mention the awfulness of the cover though. Cora looks like a twelve year old wearing her father's medical coat and the patient in the background is out of proportion. Just awful for how good the story was. Readers really do judge by a cover, so please consider revising it! Overall I will try another book by this author and would recommend to anyone into medical play or age-play. Four stars.
Adaline Raine on 11/13/2014 04:29pm
I would have liked this book a lot more if Cora had gotten more page time finding her little. I loved the sweetness between the two of them and wished for more. I find medical play hot and this book did not disappoint. I enjoyed reading about the flu shots, temperature checks - always accurate, and some other embarrassing procedures. I did not enjoy the harshness that sometimes bordered on cruel with the way the mommies and daddies treated their littles. I don't believe it's that way outside of a book, but I don't venture into age play novels much for this reason. I feel I have to mention the awfulness of the cover though. Cora looks like a twelve year old wearing her father's medical coat and the patient in the background is out of proportion. Just awful for how good the story was. Readers really do judge by a cover, so please consider revising it! Overall I will try another book by this author and would recommend to anyone into medical play or age-play. Four stars.
La Crimson Femme on 06/25/2014 06:18pm
Are you my Mommy? In Dr. Cora's Clinic, ageplay comes with a medical twist. Dr. Cora's first learns of ageplay through a patient in her vanilla medical practice. After a bit, she combines her two loves - ageplay and medicine. She opens her own clinic to treat the adorable Littles. This story is trademark Ms. May with the bratty little boys and girls spanked into good behaviour. The added fun with medical kink is a lovely touch. The BDSM is light for the most part. This is ageplay so there isn't as much graphic sexual acts. There is a little sensual erotic undertone in some of the doctor's appointments with Dr. Cora. The characters in this story are easy to understand. It's a straightforward plot with a woman looking to be a Mommy while balancing the demands of a job. The ageplay in here is familiar and sweet. The antics of the Littles are amusing. The discipline enforced by Dr. Cora and her strict nurses is delightful. This ageplay story is for kinky readers who also have love for medical kink.
La Crimson Femme on 06/25/2014 06:18pm
Are you my Mommy? In Dr. Cora's Clinic, ageplay comes with a medical twist. Dr. Cora's first learns of ageplay through a patient in her vanilla medical practice. After a bit, she combines her two loves - ageplay and medicine. She opens her own clinic to treat the adorable Littles. This story is trademark Ms. May with the bratty little boys and girls spanked into good behaviour. The added fun with medical kink is a lovely touch. The BDSM is light for the most part. This is ageplay so there isn't as much graphic sexual acts. There is a little sensual erotic undertone in some of the doctor's appointments with Dr. Cora. The characters in this story are easy to understand. It's a straightforward plot with a woman looking to be a Mommy while balancing the demands of a job. The ageplay in here is familiar and sweet. The antics of the Littles are amusing. The discipline enforced by Dr. Cora and her strict nurses is delightful. This ageplay story is for kinky readers who also have love for medical kink.
Redrabbitt on 06/01/2014 09:23pm
Dr. Cora helping keep "littles" healthy This is a book that has nine different stories all revolving around Dr. Cora's medical practice for "Littles" and keeping them healthy. Her medical practice caters only to grown up little boys and girls and their health needs. She has nurses Lola and Jim to assist in the care of their little patients and Mommies and Daddies. I thought the story was well constructed and had various medical situations for both male and female "littles" and dealing with their Bigs. It covered discipline, immunization, diaper training, faking sickness with punishment, actual illness behavior and even Dr. Cora finding her own little girl
Redrabbitt on 06/01/2014 09:23pm
"Dr. Cora helping keep ""littles"" healthy This is a book that has nine different stories all revolving around Dr. Cora's medical practice for ""Littles"" and keeping them healthy. Her medical practice caters only to grown up little boys and girls and their health needs. She has nurses Lola and Jim to assist in the care of their little patients and Mommies and Daddies. I thought the story was well constructed and had various medical situations for both male and female ""littles"" and dealing with their Bigs. It covered discipline, immunization, diaper training, faking sickness with punishment, actual illness behavior and even Dr. Cora finding her own little girl "
Kikilia on 05/25/2014 04:50pm
I expected more from this story. There could have been fewer characters if a couple of them were fleshed out more. Also how many descriptions truly need to be guven about flu shots? There were a couple too many in my opinion. I truly liked the characters in this story & would have loved to see Dr. Cora & Janie's relationship fleshed out further. Was a quick & pleasant read but not quite what I thought it would be.
Kikilia on 05/25/2014 04:50pm
I expected more from this story. There could have been fewer characters if a couple of them were fleshed out more. Also how many descriptions truly need to be guven about flu shots? There were a couple too many in my opinion. I truly liked the characters in this story & would have loved to see Dr. Cora & Janie's relationship fleshed out further. Was a quick & pleasant read but not quite what I thought it would be.
kitty ranma on 05/02/2014 12:07pm
I was given a arc copy to review. I'm not a fan of medical play, but I do like age play. I found this to be very carefully and wonderfully done I enjoyed it very much.
kitty ranma on 05/02/2014 12:07pm
I was given a arc copy to review. I'm not a fan of medical play, but I do like age play. I found this to be very carefully and wonderfully done I enjoyed it very much.
Meg on 04/30/2014 10:52pm
I am a fan of Jennie May and her age-play books. This one is done from the perspective of Dr. Cora and her staff as they run a medical clinic that caters to the Littles brought in for medical care by the Mommies and Daddies. All the staff are involved and some of the 'visits' are pretty entertaining. If you like age-play, you'll like this one. It does have a lot of characters and doesn't focus on just one couple and you discover that Dr. Cora has decided to finally find her own Little to care for on a permanent basis. I would like to note that I did not like the cover either - Dr. Cora doesn't look like the kind, caring, pleasant Dr. I visualize in the book. Other than that, I'd recommend as it is an good, easy read.
Meg on 04/30/2014 10:52pm
I am a fan of Jennie May and her age-play books. This one is done from the perspective of Dr. Cora and her staff as they run a medical clinic that caters to the Littles brought in for medical care by the Mommies and Daddies. All the staff are involved and some of the 'visits' are pretty entertaining. If you like age-play, you'll like this one. It does have a lot of characters and doesn't focus on just one couple and you discover that Dr. Cora has decided to finally find her own Little to care for on a permanent basis. I would like to note that I did not like the cover either - Dr. Cora doesn't look like the kind, caring, pleasant Dr. I visualize in the book. Other than that, I'd recommend as it is an good, easy read.
Ann Low on 04/30/2014 09:13am
This is a story about a doctor who has first found her calling unexpectedly, then her love. She opens a clinic and works with her colleagues, Nurse Jim and Nurse Lola, treating Littles. Her treatment is catered to the physical, mental and emotional needs and the littles that she sees in her practice. While longing for a little of her own, she found one indirectly through her work. This story depicts scenes of loving ageplay between couples as well. However, the story ends just as we are introduced to Jamie, Dr Cora's little. I would have loved to see more of their interaction. All in all, a good read. :) I was given an ARC of this book for an impartial review :)
Ann Low on 04/30/2014 09:13am
This is a story about a doctor who has first found her calling unexpectedly, then her love. She opens a clinic and works with her colleagues, Nurse Jim and Nurse Lola, treating Littles. Her treatment is catered to the physical, mental and emotional needs and the littles that she sees in her practice. While longing for a little of her own, she found one indirectly through her work. This story depicts scenes of loving ageplay between couples as well. However, the story ends just as we are introduced to Jamie, Dr Cora's little. I would have loved to see more of their interaction. All in all, a good read. :) I was given an ARC of this book for an impartial review :)
Katy Beth McKee on 04/29/2014 04:08pm
Cora has found her medical speciality. She has devoted her practice to age-play littles and the Bigs who love them. We get peeks at some of the patients and the great staff as well. Along the way doc finds her own relationship. Now we just need someone for Nurse Jim.
Katy Beth McKee on 04/29/2014 04:08pm
Cora has found her medical speciality. She has devoted her practice to age-play littles and the Bigs who love them. We get peeks at some of the patients and the great staff as well. Along the way doc finds her own relationship. Now we just need someone for Nurse Jim.
Marybeth on 04/29/2014 03:00pm
This is a wonderful novel in the age-play community that Jennie May has created. Dr. Cora has been seen in other stories and now she has her own. We meet her in medical school and then as an intern in a hospital. She meets an age-play couple in the hospital and talks with them. They intrigue her and she eventually decides that she wants to be a doctor for them. This book is actually several novellas with different topics. I especially liked the Diaper Training novella. Very interesting. And, will Dr. Cora get a Little of her own? We find out in this book. There are plenty of spankings in this book. And they are very hot. But, if you aren’t comfortable with age-play, don’t buy this book. Otherwise, I think you will love it!
Marybeth on 04/29/2014 03:00pm
This is a wonderful novel in the age-play community that Jennie May has created. Dr. Cora has been seen in other stories and now she has her own. We meet her in medical school and then as an intern in a hospital. She meets an age-play couple in the hospital and talks with them. They intrigue her and she eventually decides that she wants to be a doctor for them. This book is actually several novellas with different topics. I especially liked the Diaper Training novella. Very interesting. And, will Dr. Cora get a Little of her own? We find out in this book. There are plenty of spankings in this book. And they are very hot. But, if you aren۪t comfortable with age-play, don۪t buy this book. Otherwise, I think you will love it!
MGD on 04/28/2014 07:36pm
I'm all for adult kink, medical and age play but the cover turned me off big time. Dr. Cora looks like a 16 y/o boy as does the kid in the background. Eww!!! Pass! Sorry, but in this case I'm judging the book by the cover.
MGD on 04/28/2014 07:36pm
I'm all for adult kink, medical and age play but the cover turned me off big time. Dr. Cora looks like a 16 y/o boy as does the kid in the background. Eww!!! Pass! Sorry, but in this case I'm judging the book by the cover.
SH on 04/28/2014 01:37pm
This is a good AP story that is written a little differently. In a lot of AP stories we read that the Littles have to go to the Dr. but in this book we actually get to read the Dr.'s side of things and we get to read more about a medical practice that treats little boys and girls. Dr. Cora finds herself in a relationship of her own by the end and I truly hope we will see another book that follows up on that.
SH on 04/28/2014 01:37pm
This is a good AP story that is written a little differently. In a lot of AP stories we read that the Littles have to go to the Dr. but in this book we actually get to read the Dr.'s side of things and we get to read more about a medical practice that treats little boys and girls. Dr. Cora finds herself in a relationship of her own by the end and I truly hope we will see another book that follows up on that.
Toplate on 04/28/2014 09:26am
Note: I was given an ARC of this book in return for an impartial review, which I believe I have delivered. Oh boy…ageplay and medical play combined! Two of my favorite themes, and the book did not disappoint. As the description implies, the story here centers around a clinic specifically catering to the ageplay community. Run by Dr. Cora and her two nurses and receptionist, it is fully qualified to handle actual medical issues, but the staff are also well versed in the ageplay dynamic and relationships. As such, as much as medical prescriptions and procedures, Dr. Cora and her nurses also have to deal with helping overcome relationship issues. Dr. Cora’s Clinic is rather unique in that it’s almost like a collection of short stories – while there is a narrative (mainly centered around Cora’s introduction to the lifestyle and gradual development as a Mommy and search for a little) a good deal of it consists of self-contained vignettes, each centered around a procedure or patient (flu shots, spanking therapy, a gyn appointment, etc.). Actually on that topic of vignettes, I liked that only one of them involved a gynecology visit – while that’s certainly my favorite medical play area, there’s of course nothing wrong with branching out to give it a more unique feel. I also was glad that for once this showed a little who saw herself as a teenager – that is definitely a rarity among ageplay books and I was very glad to see that make an appearance here. Dr. Cora’s Clinic wasn’t entirely flawless; for one, I feel it could have been longer and some of the characterization drawn out deeper. And while this isn’t a critique, I will just point out for those who have strong feelings one way or another that there is some light m/m stuff here, involving a Daddy, his ‘son,’ and the male nurse (but there is nothing overtly sexual in here, of any orientation). But regardless, I thought this was a very worthy work of both medical and age play, and I hope we see more works covering both of those areas.
Toplate on 04/28/2014 09:26am
Note: I was given an ARC of this book in return for an impartial review, which I believe I have delivered. Oh boy_ageplay and medical play combined! Two of my favorite themes, and the book did not disappoint. As the description implies, the story here centers around a clinic specifically catering to the ageplay community. Run by Dr. Cora and her two nurses and receptionist, it is fully qualified to handle actual medical issues, but the staff are also well versed in the ageplay dynamic and relationships. As such, as much as medical prescriptions and procedures, Dr. Cora and her nurses also have to deal with helping overcome relationship issues. Dr. Cora۪s Clinic is rather unique in that it۪s almost like a collection of short stories while there is a narrative (mainly centered around Cora۪s introduction to the lifestyle and gradual development as a Mommy and search for a little) a good deal of it consists of self-contained vignettes, each centered around a procedure or patient (flu shots, spanking therapy, a gyn appointment, etc.). Actually on that topic of vignettes, I liked that only one of them involved a gynecology visit while that۪s certainly my favorite medical play area, there۪s of course nothing wrong with branching out to give it a more unique feel. I also was glad that for once this showed a little who saw herself as a teenager that is definitely a rarity among ageplay books and I was very glad to see that make an appearance here. Dr. Cora۪s Clinic wasn۪t entirely flawless; for one, I feel it could have been longer and some of the characterization drawn out deeper. And while this isn۪t a critique, I will just point out for those who have strong feelings one way or another that there is some light m/m stuff here, involving a Daddy, his son,۪ and the male nurse (but there is nothing overtly sexual in here, of any orientation). But regardless, I thought this was a very worthy work of both medical and age play, and I hope we see more works covering both of those areas.
Laurel Lasky on 04/27/2014 09:01pm
This was a delightful story about a dr. That treats adult little girls and little boys. The mommies and daddies can bring their littles for treatment for illness and vaccinations. The story is in different segments and some are laugh out loud, some sweet and some about discipline.
Laurel Lasky on 04/27/2014 09:01pm
This was a delightful story about a dr. That treats adult little girls and little boys. The mommies and daddies can bring their littles for treatment for illness and vaccinations. The story is in different segments and some are laugh out loud, some sweet and some about discipline.
Brenda on 04/26/2014 09:56pm
Good
Brenda on 04/26/2014 09:56pm
Good
on 04/26/2014 09:52pm
There is a lot of words that were left out.
on 04/26/2014 09:52pm
There is a lot of words that were left out.
Marge on 04/26/2014 07:53pm
Very disappointed. not what I expected.
Marge on 04/26/2014 07:53pm
Very disappointed. not what I expected.

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