Bach never gave much thought to owning a pet until he lost his wife and children. He goes to Exotics, Inc., and buys a human, the latest fad in the pet-trade. Pani is everything he ever hoped for: 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 her actions begin to go beyond the limits of the subspecies’ intelligence scientifically accredited to the human animal. She speaks, she writes. When she draws a picture of Earth’s solar system, Bach must 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.
Note: Of all the ageplay stories I’ve done, this has been the most popular. It is also darker, with a heavy Sci-Fi setting and the discipline is more severe in regards to spankings, medical and anal play. The situation is forced onto Pani at first, so if that doesn’t appeal to you, please don’t buy this book.