#BookReview of Falling for My Bully by Amanda Mann

Turnabout is fair play.  I occasionally receive feedback and reviews on my work and it is always nice to return the favor with some of my favorite authors.  Amanda Mann is one of them.  She writes great stories with a style that allows you to get into the hearts and minds of the characters she writes about.

I really enjoyed Falling for My Bully.  The story about two people who began as friends then separated by adolescence and peer pressure, only to be reunited later as adults.  The story scenes were fantastic and very descriptive.  Amanda showed Donnie/Sasha’s vulnerable side throughout, by including “her” thoughts in line with the actual conversation.

The conflict of Sasha’s ability to hide her secret and still find the pleasure she was looking for was a great build up to one of the shocking moments of the story but didn’t affect the predictable ending.

Definitely a good read for those who remember being bullied in school and even those of you who were the bully.

Pick up your copy today on Amazon

 

M. C. Questgend

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Born in 1971, M.C. Questgend traveled the country with his parents as a military brat. Settling in Texas where he was first introduced to alternative lifestyles, he was able to finish high school and continue his new "hobby" in college. After college, he and "she" returned to start a family, but the strain of his "secret" was too much for his now ex-wife. Married a second time was not the answer, so M.C. has transferred the stress to the pen and keyboard. Writing erotic stories - some loosely based on his and "her" life as well as stories involving aspects of the LGBT community, a community and lifestyle he has come to privately embrace. M.C. Questgend is a pen name used to protect his privacy and anonymity. The intent was to write stories that entertain, inspire and motivate - which are as much sensual and heartwarming as they are sexual and explicit. Want to know more about M.C.? Visit http://www.mcquestgend.com or follow M.C. on Twitter (http://www.twitter.com/mcquestgend).

1 Comment

  1. JulieSeptember 5, 2017

    I just read this one. scared the shit out of me. The idea of coming out is scary enough, but when your friends find out you are dating someone transgendered, that is almost just as bad.

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