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The otter Matt Stafford has a little problem: he can’t stop growing. He’s always wanted to be bigger, but you can have too much of a good thing. And for some reason, the boys can’t keep their paws off of him—which only makes him grow more.

If he and his rabbit boyfriend Stetson can’t stop the effects … in no time, he’ll outgrow his clothes, his car, his job, and maybe even his relationship! But even as they try to find a cure and limit his growth, the whole world seems to be working against them.

Includes 15 grayscale interior illustrations.

Contraindications is a transformative story of personal growth written by Pen Darke and illustrated by Ash Finley.

Author: Pen Darke
Style:  Literary Work
Content:  Novel
Pages: 222
ISBN: 978-1-61450-466-5
Parental Rating:  NC-17 – Graphic sexual situations
Publication Date: November 2018

2 reviews for Contraindications


    A great furry fantasy growth story that I can only wish were real. The workout supplement induced insatiable horniness runs against the protagonist’s internal struggle to control the orgasm induced growth and decide just how big he wants to be. The constant sex is well written and illustrated and leaves you wanting more, or at least wishing it could happen to you.

  2. Jay

    Contraindictions is a fun romp through town. It’s an unapologetic growth fantasy through and through, and it knows it. There are plenty of fun and erotic scenes for you to enjoy as the main character, Matt, grows into his new position in life.

    I did find there were a couple too many erotic scenes for my tastes, some feeling more than a touch contrived. Fortunately there are a wide swath of scenarios, so even if one doesn’t tickle your fancy, another likely will.

    I did find the resolution for Matt’s growth to be a bit thin. His arc seemed to want to go one way, but it ended up leaning another way which made the ending seem non-commital.

    Still, it was a fun read throughout! If you like growth, musk play, and letting science take a back seat to pleasure, I recommend picking up the book!

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