Terra is a mad scientist. Gerana is a mad entrepreneur. Kita used to be their roommate, until they tested a mind control collar on her.
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Kita is happier as a pet and lab animal than she’s ever been, but Gerana and Terra still aren’t satisfied. Terra wants a mad science castle. Gerana wants her mind control collar back from the billionaire she sold it to. So they come up with a new product that they hope will make them an even bigger fortune: a belt designed to keep its wearer constantly on edge, without ever allowing her release. And Kita is there to test if for them.
After a couple days with her new toy, Kita is totally focused on pleasure, and eager to be trained to serve Gerana, Terra, and their prospective buyer in any way they want. Until Gerana and Terra are satisfied, Kita won’t be—and they’re looking for a big payout.