Y’all. Y’ALL. I follow several romance authors on TikTok. Many of them are self publish in a variety of subgenres under noms de plume. One of them (I wish I remembered whom it was) recommended Morning Glory Milking Farm by CM Nascosta as a follow up to Ice Planet Barbarians for the romance everyone is going to be reading and talking about this month. I knew when I was reading the blurb on amazon… Strike that, I knew just from hearing the title that this was going to be a kink that is out of my wheelhouse.
Sure enough, it was. It REALLY was. The protagonist is a human female who has just finished grad school with a mountain of student loan debt. Unable to find work in her field, she decides to accept a position as “milker” of minotaurs. Their semen is the magic ingredient in those little blue pills all the middle-aged gentlemen need, you see. And the best, most effective method of extracting this is by female technician first using her hands, and then a silicone lined collection tube that feeds into a glass bottle. Of course she falls in love with one of her weekly clients.
Setting that aside, I feel like we need to talk about some of the many ways that it brings up current hot button topics while still managing to be amusing and charming. CM Nascosta talks about sex workers, bigotry in a variety of forms, coping with money troubles as a millenial in wake of massive student loan debt, and having to move home because of said debt, and much, much more. All of this in a 160 page romance novel that is at least half graphic sex scenes, one of which includes the funniest blowie sequence I’ve ever read. (Let’s just say that her gagging is a problem for the boyfriend…) I literally cackled so loudly that my mother called out to make sure I was okay. And, honestly, while this kink is not my kink, this book was far sexier to me than I’d ever have dreamed it being. So kudos to you, CM Nascosta. Thanks for a fun, kinky ride with a social conscience.
DEFINITELY for the 18+ crowd only, but if you’re looking for a fun way to pass an hour or three, give it a try. Oh, and for whatever reason, Mr. Big’s To Be With You just demanded to be inserted in to the review.