Mia is flat broke and running out of options when she stumbles across a strange but tempting job ad. $35 an hour, no experience necessary? It seems too good to be true!
Things start to get weird immediately: Hawthorn manor is a crumbling mansion in the middle of a creepy swamp and it appears there are only two other people living there. Margrete, the beautiful and enigmatic head maid, and Madison, the gorgeous chef who makes meals that could win Michelin stars.
Why do they stay here in the middle of nowhere, where there isn't even good cell reception?
Mia's first night is full of even stranger occurrences. She wakes to find Madison and Margrete together in bed, and then Mia finds herself at the mercy of a lustful swarm of tentacles! She manages to convince herself it was only a dream but when Madison is suddenly very pregnant the next day, Mia has more questions than answers and starts to wonder if she might be next. And... if that might be a good thing.
As I've ventured into exploring a variety of erotica, I've discovered a couple of really interesting fetishes... one of which being the lactation fetish. To my surprise Alien Brood highlighted the lactation fetish more-so than any other erotica I've read to date. If you're looking for one of these rare treasures, then you wont be disappointed with Alien Brood! However, I will say that I wished our main character Mia did not spend so much time of this story convincing herself that what she experienced didn't truly happen. Even so, Helen did an excellent job of introducing her readers to this unique setting, and (you guessed it) I loved how she worked the paranormal aspect of her scenes as well. Alien Brood is definitely a story that is not easily categorized, making it a truly unique tale.