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After finally breaking free from her abusive boyfriend, Tamika Adline finds herself just wanting to get back to her own apartment so she can cry herself to sleep, the lovely, young woman happy that she did not move in with a guy who she knew to be a major scumbag. Yet it is on her way home through the slums of New York that Tamika notices a gorgeous blonde in a sparkling white dress throwing something into a dumpster, a voluptuous teenager who is too beautiful and too glamorous to be in such a sketchy part of town. Fleeing from Tamika, the blonde is gone in moments, leaving Tamika curious as to what she was trying to throw away. Feeling odd searching the trash, Tamika finds what can only be described as a genie's lamp, a lamp which she decides to take back home. Feeling silly, Tamika rubs the lamp and is shocked to find that yes, there is a genie inside; a large, exceptoinally busty, purple-haired genie who offers Tamika the standard three wishes routine. But children's cartoons and fables did not speak of a rule which this genie presents quite clearly: Tamika only has an hour to make her three wishes before she must get rid of the lamp so someone else can find it.

With no time to waste, Tamika goes about trying to decide what her wishes are going to be, unaware that for every wish she makes, the genie secretly gets a wish of her own.
Features: Body Morphing, Lesbian Sex, Object Morphing, Animal Morphing, Lactation
Length: 32,300 Words
All characters depicted in this story who witness or engage in sexual activity are of eighteen years of age or older. While some episodes may contain violence, they are void of any kind of sexual abuse, unwanted sex, or rape. This is a work of pure fiction and not based on any person living or dead.