#BookReview: Snow Globes and Candy Canes by Sally Bend

Once again, Sally has given us a gift and it is the perfect holiday gift this season. The plot of this short story revolves around a couple who returned home from a holiday party and decide to give each other early Christmas gifts. The characters of this story initially had me assuming Nick was in …
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#BookReview: Female Legacy by Daniela R. Lovejoy

I stumbled across a new author this week and had the opportunity to read the two stories she had written so far. Female Legacy is a wonderful story about Alex who is struggling in life but whose world is about to change after learning he is the sole heir of his distant uncle’s estate. The …
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#BookReview: Please be Gentle by Nikki Crescent

The description of this book makes it a tad predictable, but it is a nice story. Nikki tells the story about Corey who is looking to makes ends meet and finds an opportunity in the form of a male modeling job; but this one is not that simple as he is being asked to model …
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#BookReview: Crossdressing Resort by Barbara Deloto

This story inspired me a year and a half ago to see if it was possible to make a true reality. While the law and the lack of interest pushed the possibility aside, it did not take away from the fun of this story. Barbara tells a tale of two people who live similar but …
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#BookReview: Leslie: First Time Hot Wife by Aleson Alexander

This is a slight deviation from the books I normally read, but Aleson is a new writer who is dipping her toe into the genre and so far she’s moving in the right direction. This is a nice story about a divorced man who is facing a challenge at work in the form of a …
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#BookReview: Gambling on Gender by Sally Bend

Don’t blink when you read this story or you could lose yourself in it. Sally’s risk taking in her short story Gambling on Gender is a winner; taking the gambling world to a new place and the reader reaching for their wallet. The main character in this story is looking for a break at the …
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#BookReview: Vintage Tanya Tales by Sally Bend

Knowing the author and understanding these stories originated from a different lifetime, I really found these stories to have some great substance and a fantastic build up to a worth while climax. These stories had everything… intrigue, romance, mystery, fantasy and even a conflict or two. You can’t go wrong with this nice group of …
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#BookReview: The Price of the Purloined Panties by Sally Bend

Looking to live out the dream in a calm and soothing way. This story will make you feel you are wrapped in a warm blanket. Sally (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) found a way to let the reader explore and experience a transformation that was not only a desire, but necessity. “The Price of the Purloined Panties” …
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#BookReview: Suburban Sissy by Sally Bend

Sally (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) showed some of her aggressive tendencies with this darker tale of domination, feminization and chastity. When I was done reading it, I had to check and make sure I had all my parts too. “Suburban Sissy” is a much more aggressive story filled with dominating feminization that would not only curl …
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#BookReview: Inside Job by Sally Bend

Think your life is standing still or worse going backward? How would it be if you looked at yourself in the mirror or walked in someone else’s shoes? The This story by Sally Bend (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) will have you examine your life and hopefully help you realize there is always something that you can …
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#BookReview: Caught by His Roommate by Crystal Summers

When Peter met Lisa, he thought he’d found the perfect roommate. She was cute. She was friendly. She had a closet full of feminine clothes and very high heels. And she was just about Peter’s size. Peter couldn’t wait for her to move in so he could explore her wardrobe. Unfortunately for Peter, she catches …
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#BookReview: Cat’s Tale: The First Lesson by Aleson Alexander

Fantastically detailed and much more than I bargained for. Aleson (https://alesonalexander.com and @alesonalexander) does a fantastic job of building her characters in this story. Jason, a young man taking a risk to satisfy his curiosity; I expected to be apprehensive and shy, but I got instead a determined young man driven by that curiosity. When …
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#BookReview: Make Him Fit by Sally Bend

Blackmail and Humiliation is a great combination for this story.   Sally did a fantastic job on this one. Make Him Fit tells the story of Brian. An arrogant, rude young man who objectifies the women around him – or, in his eyes, beneath him. Nowhere is that more obvious than at the gym, where …
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#BookReview: Fetish Immersion by Sally Bend

Looking for the opportunity to live out a dream? How far are you willing to go? The latest literary release from Sally Bend (http://sallybend.com & @bibrary) will have you thinking of answers to these and probably a few more questions. This story starts with the answering of an unusual classified ad, but turns into a …
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#BookReview: Fear, Love and Broken Things by Sally Bend

Sally sent cold shivers up my spine with this one! My good friend Sally Bend (@bibrary) has scared the shit out of me again with her latest book – Fear, Love and Broken Things. If not for the fact that I have read her work in the past, I probably would never have gotten past …
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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. …
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#BookReview of Futanari Moans and the Mummy Hand (Job) by Sally Bend

Sally is the one that turned me to providing book reviews so it was important that I give at least one of her work.  I started with this one so I could move to her latest book. The IQ of this writer is obvious in the story.  Sally brings aspects of true science into a …
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#BookReview: Secret Sissy Game by Crystal Summers

Crystal took me back in time a bit with this one. Her story introduces us to Candy and her roommate. Allbeit friends, Candy’s roommate has a secret obsession and Candy is the perfect target… well at least her wardrobe is. This CD’s thrilling fear of being caught would eventually be his undoing as it became …
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#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 …
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#BookReview of She Used To Be A Man by Nikki Crescent

She Used to be a Man is a great short story by Nikki Crescent. I easily related to this story being the athlete in college and having an unusual roommate, but the thrill of this story for me was when a member of the family arrived for the weekend.  The title gives most of the …
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#BookReview: Sissified Husband by Crystal Summers

Crystal always find the right spot to scratch when it comes to my urges. This wonderful story about Sam who grows increasingly curious and frustrated about his wife’s job. He thought after they were married, she could open up to him about exactly what she did for a living, but she continued to keep it …
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#BookReview of Don’t Tell Anyone by Nikki Crescent

Don’t Tell Anyone was FANTASTIC!!! 4 STARS The initial premise of the story had a bit too much math for me and the idea of the party seemed a bit desperate, which I think was intentional.  Once Andrew and Riley meet though… It was pure high school sexual frustration, confusion and romance all rolled into …
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