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A lab accident turns out to have stronger effects than initially thought.

I wanted to try a UB story where the unbirth isn't a planned event, so here it is.

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Posted by saber25 4 years ago Report

great story. very interesting


Posted by gnume 4 years ago Report

will there be a sequel ?


Posted by acrylic 4 years ago Report

Oh you started writing romantic stories


Posted by Groblek 4 years ago Report

I'm not sure I'd say started - my longer ones often have some element of romance to them, but this one is more obviously so than many.


Posted by acrylic 4 years ago Report

But your dark ub stories are also jewels of this portal ^_^


Posted by ShadesofBlack 4 years ago Report

I'm not always as big a fan of the age-regression to unbirth stories, but I hadn't read one before that was romantic like this one. This was beautiful and perfect. Thank you for writing and sharing it.


Posted by DresdenQ 4 years ago Report

fantastic! this is an excellent piece!


Posted by Peterdens 4 years ago Report

damn this really need a sequel you do awesome work with romance in this so u need to use it more =)


Posted by Groblek 4 years ago Report

The trouble with my romantic stories is that they're more complicated than the darker ones, so are more likely to bog down while being written. I've got a few in my unfinished files that I've hit blocks on, but I'll post more eventually.

At the moment, I can't see a good way to do a sequel to this one, so I don't see that likely anytime soon.


Posted by Uxirusu 4 years ago Report

your literary prose is unmatched, I want to assure myself that I will continue to read all of your articulated masterpieces