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#BookReview of Her Bull Sissy by Kinky Press

This was a tough one for me.  I was expecting a different story, but it was return to a portion of my past life and reality, although I wasn’t married when I had my experiences.

The story begins as John returns home earlier than expected to find his wife getting satisfaction he couldn’t give her. Only she didn’t find the satisfaction in a toy, but in a bull of a man.  This could have ended the story very quickly, but that is not how this story ends.

Rather than leave in humiliation and anger, John is forced to watch, then to participate in ways no straight man could endure.  But John was not the man he thought he was and his wife knew it as she trained and commanded him to do unspeakable things, but things he grew to enjoy.  His wife Tammy and her new lover would degrade him and turn him from man to timid sissy Jenny…  A sissy that would surrender to their commands and “her” new found interests.  Between the training,  hormones and surgery, Tammy and Bill continued to push the envelope exposing Jenny to the world, humiliating her at every moment especially at the end of this story.

The graphic scenes were very detailed to the point where it put the reader in John’s difficult, but pleasurable positions.  That will make you wonder what happened after the story ended.

Understanding Steve

Understanding Steve
[Available in Paperback and KindleUnlimited]

This is the sad tale of true love and coping with the confusion of gender identity and sexual preference.

The death of someone close throws Chris’ life into a tailspin of confusion and depression.  Feeling alone, he finds comfort in mutual friends, Henry and Laney, who try to help, only to lead Chris on a new journey that he is not really prepared for.  Chris and his friends build enough trust in each other and together they help him cope with his loss and more importantly get him past the confusion by teaching him how his late friend lived his life.

 

This is not a typical erotic story, nor is it a romance novel.  This is a serious story that deals with the search for hope and the consequences if hope is lost.

There are passages that are more explicit than others that center around transgendered and homosexual situations.

STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT AUDIENCES ONLY!