Tag: Sissy

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#BookReview: Becoming Daddy’s Sissy Wife by Bobbi Mare

This one pushed my buttons a bit and I had to walk away from it to get into the right mindset. Once I did, I enjoyed the premise of the story and how it was told. This short read tells a coming of age story about a young man who grew up with a goal…
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#BookReview: Sissy Vacation Exposure by Bobbi Mare

For many of us who teeter on both sides of the fence, but want to appear on the straight and narrow, this story is one you can all relate to. An organized husband with an itch that must be scratched. An itch that can become overwhelming when there is any deviation in the normal routine.…
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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: 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: 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 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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A New Book and a New Outlook

This was a rough 2017 for me.  I dealt with a number of issues – Family issues, career issues and like most of us money issues, but the hardest part of 2017 was taking a stroll down memory lane.  With more time on my hands than I would care to admit, I began cleaning out…
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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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#FreeSmut: Santa’s Secret Sissy

Copyright 2016 Julia and I had been friends for a long time… so much so we knew our most intimate secrets. We dated once years ago but the spark wasn’t there but we are probably closer than any couple in the world. Our meeting was dramatic as she saved me when I was being bullied…
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#FreeSmut: Caught in No Man’s Land

Copyright 2017 I had just graduated and really didn’t have a lot of time to see the country. I shipped most of my boxes home to my folks, but still had a few things in my car to transport. Traveling home from college, I decided to take a more scenic route. The trip would take…
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#FreeSmut: The Back Room

Copyright 2017 Like most teens, I faced a number of depressing challenges. These challenges, unfortunately, dominated me as an adult. As the youngest with three older sisters, I grew up far more in touch with my feminine side than even I would have liked; this resulted in being much more of a private person. The…
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#FreeSmut: Home for the Holidays

Copyright 2016 The holiday season is always looked upon as a happy time filled with family and friends. I haven’t seen my family in years. In fact, I haven’t really seen anyone in a very long time. I left home when I was seventeen. Kinda had to. Not just because I was headed off to…
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