Saturday, May 31, 2014

Sissy Bride by Crystal Veeyant

Please Note: The following review is suitable for adults only.

Ah, the ever-lovely (and always entertaining) Crystal Veeyant has done it again with Sissy Bride. With its setting, characters, and layers of drama, this is a book that reads very much like an fairytale romance novel or an erotic novel of manners - with, of course, a transgender twist. It's very different from Crystal's usual fare, but it's refreshing to see her branching out into some new forms of storytelling.

Basically, this is the story of a young man sold as a bride to save the family farm - only to discover he actually likes being a bride, and that he's quickly falling in love with his new husband. There's some magic involved that quickens his development from sissy to shemale, but what fairy tale wouldn't be complete without a little magic? Things get exciting when Jack starts lending Carla out to friends, and then get complicated with Carla discovers that Jack has a fetish for crossdressing himself. When royalty gets involved, both are forced to submit to the whims of the court, but certainly have a lot of fun doing so.

Sissy Bride was sexy, erotic, and imaginative - all things we've come to expect from Crystal - but also clever, humorous, and romantic. I suspect this will be bringing some new fans and follower her way.

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