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Pets; Two Pack

By: Darla Phelps
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: � Darla Phelps and Blushing Books, 2003-2013
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Pets: Bach's Story: Bach had never given much thought to owning a pet, but after losing his wife and children, he decides he's rattled around in his empty house long enough. He goes to Exotics, Inc., and he buys a human, the latest fad in the pet trade these days. Pani is everything he needs to ease the loneliness of widowhood: smart, mischievous, both looking and acting so much like a real child, that Bach can almost forget she's only a pet. At least, until she begins to do things that go beyond the subspecies intelligence scientifically accredited to the human animal. She speaks, she writes. When she draws out a picture of Earth's solar system, Bach has to face the realization that perhaps humans are more than just small, adorable, child-like animals. They might actually be a race of people in their own right.

Pets: Pani's Story: There is no panic quite like waking up in a strange house with no memory of how you'd got there... unless that strange house is also located on a planet inhabited by giants who look on humans as fascinating, child-like pets. For Judy, a successful, liberated woman, being forced into perpetual infancy is intolerable. But how to go about convincing her new 'Papa' that she is not a cute and clever animal, but a species of person in her own right. Stubborn and willful and absolutely determined to win back her freedom at any cost... and that includes at the cost of her bottom!

Note: This story is different from the other material offered in our age-play category. It has a very unusual sci-fi setting. It's darker with severe spankings, enema and anal play, and the ageplay is forced upon Pani until she comes to want it and him. Pets: Bach's Story is also written solely from Bach's point-of-view, while Pets: Pani's Story is written soley in Pani's point-of-view. But we absolutely fell in love with this novel - it's definitely very, very thought-provoking and unusual. Don't miss this one! It's a great value and a wonderful story.

Bach Bauer wanted a pet. He'd never been very keen on pets, nor had he considered himself much of a pet owner. But the idea had been gaining in merit these last two years. When a man lost both his wife and children in a vehicle collision and suddenly found himself confronted with facing life very much alone, Bach supposed a man might consider all sorts of things he previously would have thought uncharacteristic. It wasn't that he was trying to replace his family. That was impossible. They were utterly irreplaceable. He'd never spent a single night apart from Laan, his wife of nineteen years, until the night of her death. And had his twin daughters, Gema and Kali, survived the wreck, they'd be turning six next week.

No, he wasn't trying to replace them. In fact, it was his intention never to remarry ever. But after two years of rattling around in the tomblike silence of his home, Bach decided what he needed wasn't so much a replacement as something to fill the oppressive void their absence had created.

Standing at the admissions' counter of Exotics Incorporated, Bach scratched his eyebrow with his thumb, twiddled his pen in his hand, and wondered how to squeeze that kind of explanation into the two line space they'd given him beyond that mind-boggling question: Why do you want a pet? He finally settled on the banal and totally inadequate excuse: Loneliness.

The next question was even more banal: Can you provide the proper level of care for your pet? Yes. For two years now he'd read every book and article he could find on the subject, everything from feeding to bathing to breeding. It was a lifetime commitment after all. Most pets had a life expectancy of 60+ years in captivity these days, what with the general increase in interest leading to intensified research in animal biology and the improved veterinary care. If his pet didn't outlive him, it'd be a pretty close race!

He also checked the box marked 'Female' on the next question. Males were more common, not to mention significantly less expensive, but the females were reputedly more intelligent, less aggressive, and could even learn tricks if one practiced patience in the training of them.

Do you plan to breed your pet? No.

Will your pet be for work, show, or recreational purposes? Bach shook his head and checked the last box. He hated filling these things out. He was about to hand over a lot of money; he wished they'd just give him his pet so he could go home.

"Sir Bauer?"

Bach glanced up from his application form to see one of the company's agents standing in the open doorway to the walled-off consultation offices beyond the waiting room. He wore the standard grey suit of a service worker, immaculately neat but slightly ill-fitting, too long in the sleeve and broad upon his narrow shoulders.

"Greetings," he said with a thin and nervous smile. He placed his long hands together, fingertips templed, and bowed respectfully. "I am Nil Ralhan. You needn't worry about your application. Formality, Sir. Mere formality. We try to make sure people understand what they're getting into when they bring a pet into their lives. Most haven't an inkling, you know." He cleared his throat, tapping his fingers together twice, his eyes widening with distress behind his wide-rimmed glasses as he realized the unintended insult that lay hidden behind his words. "Oh, n-not that I meant you, of course. No, no, not at all. You come highly recommended, Sir Bauer. Yes, yes. Highly recommended. I have spoken with Councilman Remeik twice today alone. Spare no expense, he said. The absolute best quality specimen we can find in the shortest possible time. And we've done that. I think you'll be well satisfied."

Bach glanced back down at the half-completed page beneath his pen. When he looked up at Ralhan, the man's smile was almost pleading. "This is a mandatory process, is it not?"

"Yes, yes." Ralhan bobbed his head repeatedly, then pushed his glasses, which had slid down his sharp and narrow nose, back into place. He re-steepled his fingers. "Absolutely mandatory. We screen all our applicants with great care. Pet abuse simply cannot be tolerated. No, no." Tap-tap went his fingers. "Neglect and ill-treatment are, I believe, the number one reasons for why pets go bad. But, here at Exotics, Inc., we take great pride in the knowledge that not one of our pets has ever been put down for attacking its owners. Good screening. That's the ticket." Tap-tap. "That and good quality pets to begin with, of course."

"Then I will submit to mandatory procedures the same as everyone else," Bach said and turned back to the form. He hurriedly checked the appropriate boxes to the last few questions, then flipped the page over. Oh lord, there were thirty-seven more on the reverse side. "I'd hate for anyone to get into trouble because one person didn't follow the rules."

Ralhan fidgeted with increasing distress. "But...but you've already been approved. C-Councilman Remeik spoke for you. Said you had a level six clearance when you worked for Central."

"I'm retired," Bach said, as he went down the page. No, he owned no other pets from this corporation or any other. Yes, he had a proper shelter prepared. Yes, he had made himself familiar with all the dietary and veterinary requirements. He hated these things, but he did like to do things by the book. By the book, that's what he was known for.

"We've arranged a selection of our best animals for you to choose from. They're caged in the back."

"Fine." Bach scrawled his signature down on the bottom of the page and handed the agent the completed application. "But now it's legitimate."

"Well, well. Uh..." Ralhan tapped his fingers twice more, then took the form. "If you'll follow me then. I'll show you what we have available."

He stepped aside to allow Bach into the separate consulting area. As they walked down the hall, he tried to both lead Bach, bow apologetically, and walk a respectful distance behind him all at once. It wasn't working very well.

"Forgive my presumption, Sir Bauer," Ralhan said, the corner of his mouth ticcing with worry as he gestured ahead of them. "Through that door, if you please, Sir."

Growing aggravated, Bach finally stopped. "Since I don't know where I'm going, why don't you go first?"

Nil Ralhan blinked rapidly, many times. "Ah...yes. Yes, of course. I--" He sidled into the lead. "Right this way." He cleared his throat, and as they walked, did his best to engage Bach in a little idle chitchat. "Did you have any difficulties finding us?"

"No," Bach told him, side-stepping the water cooler that Ralhan ran into because he was now trying to bow apologetically, lead Bach and walk backwards all at the same time.

"Ah...Good. Good." Ralhan bumped into the corner of a desk, nearly knocking over a lamp. He caught it, righted it, and sidled further out into the hall. He pushed his glasses up on his nose again. "Right this way," he said, and continued on down the hall.

It was several steps before he tried conversation again. "For your appointment to be held today was quite fortunate. You see, we've received the latest shipment just last night, and it had the most darling little female in it. If I had the money, I'd buy her myself. Unfortunately, I've already got two. If I bring another one home, my wife will kill me." Ralhan chuckled, a high, thin and awkward sound.

Bach smiled, because polite social conduct deemed it appropriate, and tried to ignore the stab of pain he felt at the mention of the word 'wife', especially when it conjured memories of Laan in his mind.

"It's standard procedure not to show her until we've completed a full behavioral evaluation," Ralhan said as he led Bach past a row of secretarial desks, bumping into each one in turn and knocking over a cup of writing pens on the last. "But she really is a lovely specimen. Everyone's taken by her. And for a man of Councilman Remeik's prestige--a-a-and your's too, of course, Sir Bauer," he quickly templed his hands together and ducked a hasty bow. "Well, even the hard and fast rules become negotiable."

Bach stopped between a desk and a row of filing cabinets. Up ahead he could see the company coffee pot just waiting to be spilled unless he put an end to this. He sighed, clasped his hands behind his back and waited for Ralhan to notice that he was suddenly walking alone and hurry himself back to Bach's side. Quite conversationally, Bach asked, "Are you a traitor to the Central Cause?"

Ralhan gulped and his eyes grew very wide. He shook his head.

"Have you ever engaged in acts of treason?"

"I sell pets," the agent squeaked.

"And I am here to buy one. You have nothing to fear from me. Now please," Bach gestured with one hand for Ralhan to precede him. "Continue."

Adjusting his glasses upon his nose and giving Bach several anxious backwards looks, Ralhan pointed down the hall. "This way, if you please, Sir Bauer."

At least they made it past the coffee pot without incident. As they walked, although he did it nervously, Ralhan finally took the lead. He escorted Bach through a veritable maze of half-wall cubicles and the individual personal offices of upper management. He took him to the far back of the building and out through a stark warehouse door. As he walked, some of his nervousness seemed to dissipate and the routine comfort of doing one's job overtook him.

"We don't bring most people back here," he said as they passed through a supplies room and through a second warehouse door into a large and brightly lit hallway. "Normally, we'd bring the selection of pets to you in a socializing room up front. But as I said, we just got a new batch in and the pick of the litter, so to speak, isn't up and about quite yet. So we thought taking you to her would be best."

"I don't mind the walk," Bach said diplomatically.

The hallway connected to a large, square warehouse, filled with rows of tiny rooms, each twelve feet deep but no wider than the space required for a door, through the windows of which he could view the caged occupants. Many of the rooms were empty, with less than half housing a pet.

"These are all males here," Ralhan said when Bach stopped at one door to peer inside. "That one isn't pet quality. He'll require a good deal of hands-on work, you see. And--"

"That's all right," Bach said, eyeing the naked male that squatted in the back corner of the room, hairy elbows braced on hairy knees, scowling back at him with dark and furious eyes. "I find my heart set on possessing a female anyway."

The consultant nodded. "I've always felt a partialness for the sweeter sex myself. They are more devoted to their owners, you know. More sociable and quicker to seek out affection."

In the few seconds that Bach stood looking in that window, the male erupted from the floor, leaping forward to strike the glass before Bach's face with his fist. The veins stood out on his neck as he roared his fury, battering the door with both hands and feet.

"As I was saying," Ralhan coughed out a nervous half-laugh. "He, uh...he's not pet quality. Much too aggressive. Maybe too much even to place him in a breeding program. Wild ones like that have been known to hurt the females."

"What are you going to do with him?" Bach asked, stepping back from the glass when the agitated male began to beat and kick his confining walls.

"If we can tame him down, we'll sell him to a breeding facility. If not," Ralhan shrugged one shoulder and left the rest unsaid before moving on.

A thin cloudy mist began to pour into the room from a ceiling vent. The male dropped immediately to his knees when he saw it. He covered his mouth and nose with both hands, but the mist continued to fill the room in a fog of sedation. Within seconds, the male's hands dropped one after the other from his face to the floor. Slowly, limply, he rolled from his knees onto his side and simply lay there.

A half a dozen rooms down, Ralhan announced proudly, "This is the first of the females that I have lined up to show you."

Bach walked to his side and looked through the viewing window.

"She's the smallest pet we've got. Slender and graceful, her brown skin is unblemished and smooth. She has magnificent eyes. Notice the slant, and how the color matches her mane--"

"No dark pelts," Bach said the instant he looked in the window at the sleeping female. Dark manes made the animals look too much like people. The female even wore hers short, much like Laan had. The last thing he wanted was a pet who'd remind him of his wife and children every time he looked at her.

"No dark manes." Ralhan blinked in at the little female in surprise, but Bach had already turned away and continued on without him. "Well...that takes care of the next one then, too. All right, this way."

The consultant led him all the way to the end of the hall and turned the corner. Bach counted six more aisles just like this one, all linked together like a grid of single-doored cages. Ralhan skipped the next aisle and turned down the third.

"This next one is one of my favorites. She's a pleaser, so personable and sweet tempered."

They stopped in front of a viewing door and Bach found himself looking in at a plump blonde. She immediately jumped up from where she was sitting by the wall and trotted over to the window. Grasping the ledge, she jumped twice, trying to get her head up high enough to see them, then consigned herself to pressing one hand to the bottom of the window, so high above her head.

Ralhan tickled her fingers through the glass. "Yellow mane, blue eyes. There's not an aggressive bone in her body. So far, she's only earned herself one really good bottom smacking, and that was during the first week of her introduction here. She has been a model of good behavior ever since. A very low maintenance pet in that regard. Very sweet." Ralhan looked at Bach and in a conspiratory voice said, "But dumb as a bag of rocks. We've had her a year and she's only mastered one word: hello."

The female wiggled her fingers over to Bach's side of the window, and he obligingly tapped at them through the glass. He smiled when he saw her mouth moving, a welcoming greeting without so much as a whisper of sound heard through the door.

"She's a possibility," he said, admiring her mane and her eagerness as she tried one last time to jump high enough to see him above the bottom edge of the viewing window. "Let's see the rest."

They moved on to the next aisle.

"Too dark?" Ralhan asked, stopping in front of the door to a lanky brunette, sitting in the middle of the room, picking at her toes.

"Yes," he said.

Ralhan took him to another blonde.

Sitting in the far back corner of her cage, hugging her knees to her chest, she glanced up once when Bach peered in at her through the door, then turned her face to the wall.

"We've only had her a few months," the consultant said. "She's a relatively high-maintenance pet. She requires close supervision, is somewhat high strung, quick to temper, but highly predictable. Any rules you lay down for her, go ahead and plan for her to break. So long as you're watching her, she'll make attempts at obedience, but I personally wouldn't trust her to remain so once you've left the room. She'd probably do better in a breeding program than a recreational one, but she has begun to make a few small gestures towards appeasing the staff. She knows how to say 'hello', 'I'll be good', and 'no'. Naturally, she uses 'no' a lot."

"She'll be something of a challenge, in other words," Bach said.

"Some people like that," Ralhan said. "I'll even be the first to admit, a little naughtiness does make them more interesting companions. It shows they're thinking, constantly trying to figure us out. The highlight of my day has always been walking through my front door and hearing about all the little misbehaviors my pets got into while I was at work."

Bach made a non-committal sound, and the female turned all the way around so that her back was to them.

"She'll need socializing," Ralhan said. He tapped his fingers together apologetically before moving off down the hall.

"Mm," Bach said again.

"Here is the darling little female I was telling you about earlier," Ralhan called out.

Two doors down on the opposite side of the hall, the consultant beckoned him up to the viewing window of another narrow room, a small smile on his face. "This is the one I wanted to show you. Isn't she beautiful?"

For the first time, there was no nervousness in the consultant's manner or tone. Quiet passion, spoken from the heart of a species specific connoisseur, had taken its place.

Bach walked over to the door and looked inside.

Covered only to the waist by a thin blanket, she lay curled in a fetal position on her side with a number of diodes attaching her to a machine, its blinking lights busily monitoring her heart rate and breathing. She was fast asleep. Her long mane had been twisted into a single braid of copper-red strands that swept down over one small shoulder to partially hide her face. Her breasts were little more than small mounds, crowned by tiny pink nipples, and her limbs were very thin, only a third the size of his, and rather frail looking. Someone had tucked a stuffed toy into the crook of one arm to look as though she were hugging it, but it was obvious that she hadn't been awake enough to move for some time.

"She's still under sedation," Ralhan said softly. "Poor thing had a reaction to the tranquilizer during shipping. She was sick all night long. Her stomach will likely be tender for a while."

"She's very tiny," Bach said.

"Not even six feet in height," Ralhan told him. "Five-seven, I believe her measurement was. I can check on the chart, if you like. Although that height is about normal for the females of the human species."

"Is that all the bigger she'll grow?"

"Oh, yes. Though young, she is a fully adult specimen." The consultant's smile widened. "We rarely get a female with such vibrant coloring. At least not when said color is genuine. Sometimes their manes don't match their pelts when they first arrive. I don't know if it's something they eat in their natural environment, which they simply don't get here, maybe something that affects their pigmentation. Whatever the reason, natural manes like hers are very rare. And look closely. Do you see them? She's got spots." Ralhan grinned excitedly. "Spots! Not just one or two, either; she's got them everywhere. An absolutely gorgeous little female! Very wild, of course. We haven't had a chance to handle her yet. But with patience and consistency, and utilizing the proper training methods, naturally, I'm sure you'll have her tamed in no time at all."

Bach's breath fogged the glass as he moved closer to the door.

"Loving discipline," Ralhan said fondly. "I've got two of my own, so I know. They respond very well to a firm hand, so long as that hand is also tender. It's like having a perpetual two-year-old running though the house. They're very intelligent, very curious, and tend to misbehave when not watched closely.

"My first pet, Minmin, I've had now for six years. She's got a vocabulary of almost two hundred words and phrases, although she understands just about anything you say to her. She pretends not to, of course, the naughty little thing. That should tell you how smart they can be. Mischievous, too. Not a week goes by when my wife isn't forced to take her across her knee and just paddle--" Ralhan's eyes slid to Bach as if for one startled moment he suddenly realized to whom he was talking. He steepled his fingers and bowed, stepping back from the door. "Your pardon, Sir Bauer. I could talk about my pets all day. Sometimes I forget this is about you and getting to know your own."

"Not at all," Bach said sincerely. "I have read that they can be difficult unless kept on a short leash. You are a man with six years experience on the subject. Please go on."

Ralhan blinked twice. Then a smugly pleased expression melted across his features and his chest puffed out. "What would you like to know, Sir Bauer?"

"When I spoke with Remeik, he claimed both his male and his female pets were cuddlebugs for affection. But the books I've read say you shouldn't devote more than an hour or two of your attention to them per day, or they could become spoiled."

"Not true," the consultant said with a shake of his head. "They can't be spoiled. Not from affection alone. Pets are like children. Beyond meeting their basic physical needs, like food, shelter, etc., they need to be loved and disciplined. A happy and well-mannered pet--in my humble opinion--is one enshrouded by rules and boundaries, cause and consequences. Those kept on a tight leash are always the ones with the fewest behavioral problems. Apart from their natural naughty tendencies, that is. You'll never break them of that, but that's also what makes them interesting."

Bach inclined his head, watching as the tiny fingers of her right hand flexed once. "How naughty is this one?"

"Much too soon to tell. We only received her last night, you see." Ralhan leaned over his shoulder, smiling as he peered in through the door's viewing window. "Have you ever seen anything so dainty? And her eyes, she opened them briefly yesterday when they brought her off the ship. Slate grey. Lovely long lashes. She actually tried to reach for me. Oh, but she was so sick. Poor thing."

"May I go inside?"

"I knew you'd like her." Ralhan looked inordinately pleased with himself. "But of course! She's quite safe. We do ask that you wash your hands before handling her, naturally, since the poor thing isn't well. But how else are you to know if this pet's the right one for you, if you don't see her up close?"

Inside the room, high up on the wall was a single narrow shelf with an assortment of bottles. At eight-foot-two himself, Bach had to reach to take down the solution of waterless antibacterial soap. As he rubbed the liquid on his hands, he looked from the shelf to the tiny human female sleeping on the floor in the back of the room. "Can they jump that high?"

The agent chuckled. "No, no. As a species, they aren't accomplished jumpers. But some can reach fairly high up. As I've said, they can be quite intelligent, especially when getting into mischief. We had one, he put his hands on one wall and his feet upon the other, and just walked himself up to the ceiling. We couldn't see him through the viewing window and thought he'd escaped. He did escape, of course, when the staff member left his cage door open while he ran to get the manager on duty. We caught the little beast before he left the building, certainly, but it shows how smart they can be."

As the solution dried upon his hands, Bach crossed the narrow room to kneel beside the sleeping pet. Her hand next to his was positively tiny in comparison, and she did indeed look very dainty. Very much like a child, but with a musky scent that was pleasant and not too strong.

"She looks like a pigmy person," he mused, gently unfurling her fingers to look at her nails. Very sharp. They'd need to be trimmed to keep her from scratching him, either accidentally or otherwise.

"If one had to judge from appearances alone," Ralhan said, then nodded. "Yes, I suppose she does. But intelligent though they may be as a whole, they aren't quite as smart as we are. Minmin, my first pet, speaks very well for her species. She uses phrases that make sense and at appropriate moments in conversation, which makes me think she might have some sort of comprehension ability. But it's limited, to be sure. She'll never progress beyond the level of a nine- or a ten-year-old child, and that's likely an optimistic assumption on my part that she'll even get to be that high. It's remarkable how much they do look like real people, but it's important not to forget, pets are animals. Nothing more or less."

The little pet's hand closed around two of his fingers, faintly squeezing. Thin lines of copper-red hair above each of her closed eyes quirked together, arching upwards as she made a soft gasping sound in her drugged sleep.

Brushing back from her forehead a wayward wisp of copper that had escaped her braid, Bach then folded back her blanket and looked at her.

"Lovely spots," Ralhan said, as Bach smoothed a hand down over her shoulder, down the dip of the waist and over the curve of her haunch.

Animal though she was, she looked almost exactly like any other proper female he'd ever met. Her skin was smooth and soft and a healthy shade of pink. A little bald, though, except for a downy red swath that crowned her genitalia.

"I'll take her," he decided aloud.

Ralhan clapped his hands together in his exuberance and bowed low. "A beautiful specimen, deserving of a loving home, to which she's going, of course, of that I have little doubt!"

Bach picked her blanket up and lay it back over her, carefully tucking the edges around her.

"We'll bring her safely out of sedation and then you can take her home. Oh, happy day!" Ralhan said as he turned and walked out of the room. "A breeder was scheduled to come in later today, too. While I would love to see other pets with her magnificent coloring and spots, I was so hoping someone would take her home as a recreational pet instead. No brutish male mountings and frequent impregnations for her, no sir! She's much too sweet for that."

As Bach let go of her hand, she lethargically tipped up her head and her eyes peeled open a crack. She rolled them to look at him. Behind him, Bach heard Ralhan announcing, "As soon as you're ready, Sir, we'll go back to my office and complete the licensing paperwork. Congratulations! You own a pet!"

Her brows quirked together again, arching upward as she fought to keep her eyes open and focused on him.

He stroked her cheek, and she hummed at him. A sweet reaction, he thought, for what he was sure would no doubt be a very sweet, female pet.

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Pets: Pani's Story

by Darla Phelps

Chapter One

Judy Baker pulled her copper-red, waist-length hair back into a straight-hanging ponytail and checked herself in the mirror that hung on the bathroom door. Deciding she looked good enough for an early morning jog, she snagged her windbreaker from off the foot of the bed and headed for the living room. Her last stop was at the stereo to change out yesterday�s CD for the new selection she�d burned last night. Nothing fancy, just an assortment of 80s and 90s pop rock to help put that extra little bounce in her step and make her jog through the park that much more fun. Then, fastening her CD player into the jogging pack around her waist, she headed for the door.

She did her stretches on the front stoop, listening to the opening tunes of Bel Biv DeVoe�s Do Me and side-stepping the paperboy as he biked past her, hurling a rolled paper onto her neighbor�s porch. By the time it had switched over to Aerosmith�s Ragdoll, Judy was on her way to the park. The mo

KD Thomas on 06/05/2014 03:00pm
I was captivated from the start - great visualization and perspective.
KD Thomas on 06/05/2014 03:00pm
I was captivated from the start - great visualization and perspective.
DAWN on 12/29/2013 07:05am
I really liked both stories but the first one was my favorite
DAWN on 12/29/2013 07:05am
I really liked both stories but the first one was my favorite
Jessie on 11/11/2013 07:41pm
Awesome book! Lots of age-play and spankings along with other punishments along with having a very sweet relationship form in it, and having the story from both sides is so great
Jessie on 11/11/2013 07:41pm
Awesome book! Lots of age-play and spankings along with other punishments along with having a very sweet relationship form in it, and having the story from both sides is so great
Rhea on 05/27/2013 07:04pm
Simply Amazing. I Loved being able to read the story from both sides. It just made you understand the characters so much better!
Rhea on 05/27/2013 07:04pm
Simply Amazing. I Loved being able to read the story from both sides. It just made you understand the characters so much better!
Jacqueline on 03/22/2013 06:54am
What an incredible rollercoaster of emotions this story puts you through. Very well written indeed. I could not put it down. The story is very insightful and delves into so many issues and aspects of human behaviour. I had smiles and tears as I read my way through this incredible, imaginative storyline. I would have liked to hear a bit about the planet she was taken to. Even saying that, Nothing could have stopped me from enjoying these wonderful books. If I could buy a paperback version I would. I will be looking out for more from this author and hope that she writes more about papa and pani. I would have loved to hear about their reunion. Thank you to Darla Phelps for sharing her incredible, talented imagination with us. A definite 5 stars.
Jacqueline on 03/22/2013 06:54am
What an incredible rollercoaster of emotions this story puts you through. Very well written indeed. I could not put it down. The story is very insightful and delves into so many issues and aspects of human behaviour. I had smiles and tears as I read my way through this incredible, imaginative storyline. I would have liked to hear a bit about the planet she was taken to. Even saying that, Nothing could have stopped me from enjoying these wonderful books. If I could buy a paperback version I would. I will be looking out for more from this author and hope that she writes more about papa and pani. I would have loved to hear about their reunion. Thank you to Darla Phelps for sharing her incredible, talented imagination with us. A definite 5 stars.
angelia on 03/10/2013 08:10pm
Great plot easy to follow Full action and romance
angelia on 03/10/2013 08:10pm
Great plot easy to follow Full action and romance
Lisa on 02/28/2013 07:39pm
This was a great read. I really enjoyed the His and hers POV's. At the end of Pani's story, I was hoping for a little more of how they learned to communicate. This is definitely a unique story of what one might think of when they hear the word 'pet'. Bach is a great character, Alien or not, he's a charming hunk. Strict, but admirable. For anyone looking for something a little un-ordinary...but still sexy n hot, this book is sure to please.
Lisa on 02/28/2013 07:39pm
This was a great read. I really enjoyed the His and hers POV's. At the end of Pani's story, I was hoping for a little more of how they learned to communicate. This is definitely a unique story of what one might think of when they hear the word 'pet'. Bach is a great character, Alien or not, he's a charming hunk. Strict, but admirable. For anyone looking for something a little un-ordinary...but still sexy n hot, this book is sure to please.
alva on 02/25/2013 02:46pm
Loved this book. It is quite different from the type of book I normally read. But if you can open your mind to what it would be like if humans were mined to another planet and sold as pets, this book is an awesome read. It does have a lot of age genre play, so if this offends, then don't buy this book.
alva on 02/25/2013 02:46pm
Loved this book. It is quite different from the type of book I normally read. But if you can open your mind to what it would be like if humans were mined to another planet and sold as pets, this book is an awesome read. It does have a lot of age genre play, so if this offends, then don't buy this book.
joym on 02/24/2013 08:23pm
I bought this book because of the stellar reviews. It is well written and I enjoyed the science fiction aspect. It had way too much age play for me. If you enjoy age play this is a good one.
joym on 02/24/2013 08:23pm
I bought this book because of the stellar reviews. It is well written and I enjoyed the science fiction aspect. It had way too much age play for me. If you enjoy age play this is a good one.
monique on 12/20/2012 05:17am
Fantastic, I want more!!!
monique on 12/20/2012 05:17am
Fantastic, I want more!!!
Margaret on 11/19/2012 02:08pm
Amazing Brillant book. Written well from both sides. Well worth the money. It could not have been better.
Margaret on 11/19/2012 02:08pm
Amazing Brillant book. Written well from both sides. Well worth the money. It could not have been better.
Merna on 10/29/2012 12:19pm
Couldn't stop reading; stayed up all night to finish the story. Will be reading again and again. Was very interesting reading from the alien's point of view, and then from the captive's, to learn about all the misunderstandings.
Merna on 10/29/2012 12:19pm
Couldn't stop reading; stayed up all night to finish the story. Will be reading again and again. Was very interesting reading from the alien's point of view, and then from the captive's, to learn about all the misunderstandings.
Alicia on 09/09/2012 05:39pm
I loved both these books because you get to see the story from both main characters point of view and witness the frustrations and heartache both deal with. Plus there are plenty of bare bottom spankings and hot sex to go around. this is a great series to say the least.
Alicia on 09/09/2012 05:39pm
I loved both these books because you get to see the story from both main characters point of view and witness the frustrations and heartache both deal with. Plus there are plenty of bare bottom spankings and hot sex to go around. this is a great series to say the least.
Marie-Anne on 09/06/2012 05:37pm
I just loved these books! The story is very original and so sexy. Bach's story was my favorite because I couldn't stop picturing myself as Pani. In Pani's story, some new informations where provided on the story so it was very interesting.
Marie-Anne on 09/06/2012 05:37pm
I just loved these books! The story is very original and so sexy. Bach's story was my favorite because I couldn't stop picturing myself as Pani. In Pani's story, some new informations where provided on the story so it was very interesting.
Cassie on 08/31/2012 09:15am
This was a hard one to rate. I’d give it somewhere between 2 and 4 stars, depending on what I was rating. On the 4 star side, it was an enjoyable read, and involving the whole way through, and had a lot of good, intriguing elements to it. On the other hand (the 2 star rating), the premise had such huge logical flaws that suspension of disbelief was nearly impossible. So, the good: the story was well-written, the characters were both interesting and well-developed, and their relationship developed in a believable way despite the exotic setting. Also, the telling of the story from both sides worked very well - it could have been repetitive, and it really was not. I enjoyed getting the different perspectives. The bad: the idea that intelligent aliens would decide that humans are just smart animals and would therefore make good pets, while intriguing for sure, just doesn’t follow logically. It would be as if we went to the Amazon and discovered a group of monkeys who lived in huts, drove little carriages drawn by rats, and communicated with the next village of monkeys by smoke signals, then decided that they can’t be that smart because they don’t have cars or use cell phones. And hey, aren’t they cute? They’d make great pets, ‘cause really smart animals like that never cause trouble, do they? I had to constantly try to turn off my logic filter to keep reading. It didn’t help that the alien culture was portrayed as so darn similar to ours. My other complaint was that the ending as portrayed in Pani’s story (trying not to give away details) smacked more of Stockholm syndrome rather than true love.
Cassie on 08/31/2012 09:15am
This was a hard one to rate. I۪d give it somewhere between 2 and 4 stars, depending on what I was rating. On the 4 star side, it was an enjoyable read, and involving the whole way through, and had a lot of good, intriguing elements to it. On the other hand (the 2 star rating), the premise had such huge logical flaws that suspension of disbelief was nearly impossible. So, the good: the story was well-written, the characters were both interesting and well-developed, and their relationship developed in a believable way despite the exotic setting. Also, the telling of the story from both sides worked very well - it could have been repetitive, and it really was not. I enjoyed getting the different perspectives. The bad: the idea that intelligent aliens would decide that humans are just smart animals and would therefore make good pets, while intriguing for sure, just doesn۪t follow logically. It would be as if we went to the Amazon and discovered a group of monkeys who lived in huts, drove little carriages drawn by rats, and communicated with the next village of monkeys by smoke signals, then decided that they can۪t be that smart because they don۪t have cars or use cell phones. And hey, aren۪t they cute? They۪d make great pets, cause really smart animals like that never cause trouble, do they? I had to constantly try to turn off my logic filter to keep reading. It didn۪t help that the alien culture was portrayed as so darn similar to ours. My other complaint was that the ending as portrayed in Pani۪s story (trying not to give away details) smacked more of Stockholm syndrome rather than true love.
TERESA on 07/17/2012 03:28pm
I really enjoyed this story. Having both point of views was a unique experience
TERESA on 07/17/2012 03:28pm
I really enjoyed this story. Having both point of views was a unique experience
SH on 07/10/2012 05:06pm
Wow! I loved all of the elements in these stories. It was fascinating to think of humans kept as pets on an alien planet!!
SH on 07/10/2012 05:06pm
Wow! I loved all of the elements in these stories. It was fascinating to think of humans kept as pets on an alien planet!!
L on 06/13/2012 03:57am
The series has rather good character development and I enjoyed the sci-fi premise. As a stand alone, I feel that the fist book, Bach's Pet, is very good; however getting Pani's perspective offers a fullness to the story that is rarely seen in this type of fiction. I highly recommend if you enjoy ageplay and sci-fi.
L on 06/13/2012 03:57am
The series has rather good character development and I enjoyed the sci-fi premise. As a stand alone, I feel that the fist book, Bach's Pet, is very good; however getting Pani's perspective offers a fullness to the story that is rarely seen in this type of fiction. I highly recommend if you enjoy ageplay and sci-fi.
Magbeam on 06/10/2012 03:01pm
I have given individual reviews to both of these books, but in the interest of ranking I wanted to give input here, as well. I won't repeat what I said elsewhere; suffice to say, I believe these two books (and their sequel) are the best ageplay and petplay works I've ever read, and my favorite series on this website. If you are at all interested in petplay, ageplay, or sci-fi stories, you cannot afford to miss out on these. You will absolutely not be disappointed.
Magbeam on 06/10/2012 03:01pm
I have given individual reviews to both of these books, but in the interest of ranking I wanted to give input here, as well. I won't repeat what I said elsewhere; suffice to say, I believe these two books (and their sequel) are the best ageplay and petplay works I've ever read, and my favorite series on this website. If you are at all interested in petplay, ageplay, or sci-fi stories, you cannot afford to miss out on these. You will absolutely not be disappointed.
Rae Rae on 05/12/2012 10:39pm
This is probably my favorite story on the site. It is a perfect combination of forced ageplay and sci-fi elements. The spankings are just the right level of harsh, with exactly the right reasonings. The creativity is amazing. The writing is phenominal, and the scenes are just plain hot, with enough tenderness. It is thought provaking as well as sexy!
Rae Rae on 05/12/2012 10:39pm
This is probably my favorite story on the site. It is a perfect combination of forced ageplay and sci-fi elements. The spankings are just the right level of harsh, with exactly the right reasonings. The creativity is amazing. The writing is phenominal, and the scenes are just plain hot, with enough tenderness. It is thought provaking as well as sexy!
Jamie T. on 05/09/2012 04:16pm
These are two of my most favorite stories, I've read them over and over again but they never get old and they keep my juices flowing.
Jamie T. on 05/09/2012 04:16pm
These are two of my most favorite stories, I've read them over and over again but they never get old and they keep my juices flowing.
DNF on 05/05/2012 10:27pm
Also I can confirm that this was a very unique story, making it the most interesting I've read on this site. The plot and how to describe it from the point of view of each character makes this story original and fascinating. If you like the genre, this story is to read. Hope there will be a sequel before and after Bebe's story.
DNF on 05/05/2012 10:27pm
Also I can confirm that this was a very unique story, making it the most interesting I've read on this site. The plot and how to describe it from the point of view of each character makes this story original and fascinating. If you like the genre, this story is to read. Hope there will be a sequel before and after Bebe's story.
muse44 on 05/02/2012 05:59pm
These are great stories! The premise is very original. The author does a great job of drawing you in to the world. It's a fabulous blend of sci-fi and age-play.
muse44 on 05/02/2012 05:59pm
These are great stories! The premise is very original. The author does a great job of drawing you in to the world. It's a fabulous blend of sci-fi and age-play.
susan p. on 04/20/2012 10:36am
This was a very unique story. I enjoyed that it was told from each characters point of view. I usually do not read ageplay but the overview intrigued me and I have to say I am glad I did buy this. Earthlings as small pets, aliens that are huge, so many differences between the two that make this story so interesting.
susan p. on 04/20/2012 10:36am
This was a very unique story. I enjoyed that it was told from each characters point of view. I usually do not read ageplay but the overview intrigued me and I have to say I am glad I did buy this. Earthlings as small pets, aliens that are huge, so many differences between the two that make this story so interesting.
ET on 10/06/2011 09:03am
Wow, this was just terrific. It had everything that you want in an age-play story. The size difference, the language issue, the spanking and, of course, the love. It was a wonderful read. I'd love to see a 4th story in the series. Darla Phelps is truly a talented lady. Her imagination astounds.
ET on 10/06/2011 09:03am
Wow, this was just terrific. It had everything that you want in an age-play story. The size difference, the language issue, the spanking and, of course, the love. It was a wonderful read. I'd love to see a 4th story in the series. Darla Phelps is truly a talented lady. Her imagination astounds.
ET on 09/04/2011 06:22pm
What a wonderful, intreging story. The perfect age play fantacy - giant alians kidnap earthlings and use them as pets. Now you have the size difference, the language barrier and a different society, which all adds up to a very interesting story indeed. Wonderful descriptions, top notch story line and sympathetic characters. Excellent buy, excellent read.
ET on 09/04/2011 06:22pm
What a wonderful, intreging story. The perfect age play fantacy - giant alians kidnap earthlings and use them as pets. Now you have the size difference, the language barrier and a different society, which all adds up to a very interesting story indeed. Wonderful descriptions, top notch story line and sympathetic characters. Excellent buy, excellent read.
Mary H. on 03/18/2011 06:25am
I loved these stories. I just wish there was more Pani and Papa before Bebe's story - like when they were reunited and married. Hope there will be more!
Mary H. on 03/18/2011 06:25am
I loved these stories. I just wish there was more Pani and Papa before Bebe's story - like when they were reunited and married. Hope there will be more!

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