The Working Girls

The Working Girls
A Sissification Story
[Available on Amazon KindleUnlimited]

Alan and Kelly have had a pretty good life together. While he works nine to five, she travels all over the country and when she comes home, their reunion is nothing short of carnal… at least it was. The stress of work and being a part was taking its toll – so much so that Kelly quit her job and took a new one so her travels would be shorter, but when Alan learned of her new career, his curiosity became even more stressful. In order to understand Kelly’s choice, he decides to visit the “office”, and learns more than he bargained for as he is transported to an earlier time of his life when he and Kelly were not exclusive, but he has to go through a transformation that is guided by Marla and Lena, who do not take no for an answer.

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  1. Sally Bend - Reply

    A Book Review from my good friend Sally Bend
    The Working Girls is, as the title suggests, A Sissification Story, but it is so much more. What M.C. Questgend has crafted here is a fun, kinky, character-driven story that maintains a nice bit of dramatic tension throughout. It is very much a story about relationships, both old and new, and that human element is what allows it to deliver so many surprises.

    Alan and Kelly have an awkward relationship. It is clear they are in love, but there is some distance between them, and her new job is straining things even further. It has Alan obsessing about what could be taking her away so often, and what seems to have her so excited. When she finally comes clean about working at an erotic, fantasy-based resort, the truth only strains things further, leaving him to wonder about what kind of kinky adventures she might be into. Rather than confront her about it, though, he decides to visit as a guest . . . and experience her new career first-hand.

    I expected this to be a story all about Alan and Kelly, pushing them together and testing both their love and their boundaries, but Kelly is largely a Hostess, leaving Marla and Lena to play Mistress. That introduces a really interesting dynamic, because it is not the lovers who exchange power and control. Kelly has no idea what the women have planned for Alan, and she is actually more concerned and uncertain than he is.

    Without saying much more about how it all plays out and if/how the relationship issues are resolved, there is some nice feminization here, a little soft BDSM, some dildo-play, a lovely emphasis on plugging and pegging, and even an erotic surprise to cap their final night, with one more sexy twist at the end. While The Working Girls is a satisfyingly self-contained story, I would love to read more about Alan and Kelly.

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