Pepper North brings you the second story in a magical new age play series! The Magic of Twelve will share the stories of twelve women transported on their 22nd birthday to a new life as the droblin (cherished Little one) of a Sorcerer of Bairn. These magicians are much older and physically larger than Marigold. They have been linked to her since the moment of her conception as their destined one. They have waited a long time to take complete care of all her needs.
Marigold had just read the last line and was closing the book as the kids clapped when something weird began to happen. A tingling feeling enveloped her body. The kids’ claps became pointed fingers and concerned chatter. She looked down at her hands and she could see through them. She said the first thing to come into her mind, so they wouldn’t be scared. Her lips pronounced “Abracadabra!” and their faces disappeared.
Marigold’s bottom hit a beautiful mahogany wooden floor with a soft thud. “My ottoman didn’t come with me,” she thought very pragmatically as she noticed that she’d lost the book as well. “What in the world?” she began as her brown eyes scooted along the floor trying to make sense of the change. They stopped at the sight of massive leather boots. Her eyes rose slowly over muscular thighs in tight pants, a trim waist, broad shoulders, and a handsome face. His expression was one of amusement as one thick eyebrow raised before her eyes.
“Marigold! I am very glad to see you. We’ve been waiting for the time of your twenty-second birth for . . . well, twenty-two years.” The deep voice rumbled across the space between them.
“Where am I?” she asked struggling to her feet. She looked at him suspiciously. “How do you know my name?
“We have known your name since the morning that you were conceived,” he replied patiently.
“Ooooookay,” she whispered. She had been teleported into the home of a crazy man that thought he was a king. Who really used the royal we, anyway? She dropped her eyes to the floor focusing on those ugly shoes to give her something to hold on to. She tried clicking her heels three times and saying, “There’s no place like home,” three times in her mind. She opened her eyes to find the giant man still looking at her with mirth.
The characters from the twelve novels in this series reappear to continue their stories. The novels are all complete stories. You do not need to read them in order, but Pepper thinks you may enjoy them more fully if you do! The books in this series will feature invasive medical treatments, including thorough examinations and enemas when required, as well as diaper changes, spankings and other punishments. If you are offended by age play (adults who choose to live as a Little or a parent of a Little), or dubious consent, this is not the book for you