Futanari and Transgender Romance

Two new books this weekend! Futanari and Transgender Romance!

I have been working overtime this week on a bunch of different stuff. There’s currently a much longer Futanari piece in the works but that’s for later. This week I completed two pieces for you guys – a little Futanari and Transgender Romance.

First, I finally  took everyone’s favorite Futanari Sex Story and expanded it into a full-length story.  There have been a number of changes to the story from it’s original (don’t worry there’s even more kink) but it now answers the question everyone was asking – what happens after Casey’s little sister walks in and find the three of them together?

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Want to know what happens after Casey’s sister walks in?

 

If you liked the short I published here a while back you are going to love THIS!

The second book is completely different than almost anything I have ever written before. This story takes an interesting premise and kind of turns it on its head.

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Transgender Role Reversal, anyone?

Here’s the tag for the TURNABOUT:

“I want to be your slutty step-daughter.  Let me be your little slut,” she gasped.

It’s taken months for Danielle to get over the divorce that split her mom and dad, but she’s still not ready to accept her mom’s new partner Sarah. Naturally, quite a bit of drama and attitude get thrown around but when Danielle’s mom has to leave town suddenly, Danielle is forced to stay behind with her new stepmom.

Alone with the one woman she understands the least, Dani learns some of the greatest lessons of her life: the meaning of love and how to fuck. Suddenly, Dani not only wants to get along with her new stepmom, she can’t keep her hands to herself.

So…as you can see, this book explores new territory, but let me tell you, that doesn’t slow down the end. This book is crazy hot. I mean, I was as slick as a city street after a rain storm between my legs when I got up from this one. All I could think about was the sense of accomplishment the protagonist would have felt. Whoa.

So, there it is – two books this weekend and another in the works! Let me know what you think.

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