The Elliot Silvestri Erotic Reader

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This is a collection of Elliot Silvestri’s currently published works from 2012. Green Bush Publishing is proud to offer this collection twenty four stories, novellas, and novels for the discerning reader of contemporary erotica.


Total length is 412,000 words. These works are intended for adult audiences.


Content warning: These stories feature a wide variety of human sexuality including graphic sex, oral sex, anal sex, lesbian sex, masturbation, sex of dubious consent, bondage and discipline, erotic lactation, sex with non-human sentients, and non-consensual voyeurism. Strong language and adult only content.


Astrophil & Stella
Stella is a shy but sexually adventurous scientist working at a research university when her world is literally expanded by the visiting professor who is enamored of her and wants her in a way no other man ever has.


The Breast of Dawn
The Breast of Day
The Breast of Night
The entire Elf Milk saga follows Dawn, a young and lactating elf on the run from evil forces.


The Collegiate Milkmaid
Kelly has a problem. Her boyfriend Simon loves her boobs to the point that he has started her milk flowing years before she ever thought that would be a concern for her. She quickly has to figure out how to cope with her breasts becoming a primary focus of her and Simon’s love life—and a life sustaining interest for Simons as well.


Cul-De-Sac: A Suburban Erotica in Around
The banality of the suburbs hides the secret and kinky sex lives of the most common American residents. In Cul-De-Sac the lives of often anonymous neighbors become intertwined in ways they could not possibly have imagined. The possibilities of torrid affairs on every suburban street are nearly inexhaustible.


Gretchen’s Twins
Charlie loves the fact his wife’s breasts ballooned up two sizes when she got pregnant and gave birth to twins.


His and Hers Affairs
Jessie is in love with her husband Mike. They have a wonderful open marriage. Then Mike’s girlfriend unceremoniously dumps him and it’s up to Jessie to fix this little problem. She knows only one way of seducing her husband’s girlfriend back into his bed.


Jillian’s Contract


Lessons with Mrs. Tavorski


Luke’s Milkmaids
In a quest for better health Luke has found himself addicted to Carrie’s breasts. Or, more specifically her breast milk, that she supplies to him in a complex arrangement.


Margeaux Known As
“When my husband and I decided to take a walk on the wilder side of our sex life, I never expected for things to turn out the way they did. I was hoping for some incredible sex and was prepared for some jealousy. I never expected to fall in love.”


Ménage á Milk
Jeremy is lucky enough to bed two wonderful women in college a situation only slightly complicated seeing as they were roommates. The trio worked well together in all aspects of their sex lives until the end of college approached and Isabella made a bold suggestion to keep them together.


Milk Addict
William is a depressed man who discovers something that can lift him out of his depression: mother’s milk. The trouble is finding a woman who is willing to let him consume her breast milk is exceedingly difficult.


The Milk Thief
After seventeen years Duncan runs into his old high school girlfriend. Her tits are bigger than ever and after starting an affair with this now married woman he discovers why: she and her husband are in an adult nursing relationship. Duncan decides he needs to share in the life-giving milk that now flows from Ophelia’s wonderful breasts.


Milking the O’Malleys
Ramona went through a lot of effort to get her breasts to lactate for her fiancé Mark. When he tells her he has to leave for a week she’s positive her breasts will swell painfully and she’ll lose her milk.


Misanthrope – First Summer


Never Too Many Pregos


Penny’s Secret Life


The Red Collar


The Troll’s Trollop


True Cow Girl


Twins at Once


A Virgin Sacrifice

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