keeps to himself, designing mechanical dolls and other oddities as
companions for the lonely people of his town. One day Hendle receives a
visit from a man, J. Fluff McNiner, who offer's Hendle his greatest
assignment. Design a life-sized twelve-year-old girl, as a sister for his
stepdaughter. Sophia. He brings with him anatomical sketches, and the
measurements will be taken directly from Sophia.
When he brings
in Sophia to be measured, she captures Hendle's heart. Hendle discovers
that Fluff is using Sophia as an excuse to create a endlessly fuckable
child that can't escape, grow older, has no rights. Best of all, the dolls
youthful innocence is not tarnished in the way that Sophia is now. Fluff
has been pimping Sophia out to the rest of the lechers in town and is
funding this little purchase with her earnings.
he must save Sophia from her stepfather. He works into the night finishing
what will be his masterpiece. And when Fluff comes to collect the
mechanical girl, Hendle offers him a trade: Sophia's freedom for the
Automaton. Fluff discovers Sophia hiding and Hendle is killed in the
struggle to save Sophia. Fluff returns to his house with his prize and
prepares to get what he's been craving for so long. But Hendle has one
more surprise waiting within his final creation.
Copyright 2006 Lawrence Whiteside
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