Tuesday, November 28, 2017

TG Mall Book #5: The Young & Pretty by Courtney Captisa (#ageregression #transformation)

I do so love the concept of the TG Mall series, but I find they encourage reckless shopping on my part. Eventually, I hope to find the right mall, but until then I will have to settle for filling my closet.

The Young & Pretty is the fifth book in the series, but they are all standalone tales, so feel free to drop into the mall at any time. This time out, Courtney Captisa and Brittany Montgomery have invited Tyler and Jordan to stop by the sporting goods store for a little male-bonding. Where it all begins to go kinky is when they take an idle moment to fondle a hot pink pair of short workout shorts and admire the fabric.

As readers, we know something is up the moment they spot the poster of two guys in male rompers, with the caption “New trends in here,” but step into the story anyway to see if they sell shoes. Before long, they are both having their nails done, feeling their fingers get smaller and longer as they opt for bright colors, yet not really noticing the changes. The coworkers no sooner split up and Tyler is getting his ears pierced while Jordan finds himself with perfect teeth . . . and pink braces.

Transformation is, of course, the name of the game here and I love the details of how it occurs. The mental, emotional, and physical aspects are all detailed beautifully, with a wonderful balance between suspicious self-awareness and blissful ignorance. There is a certain magic to the TG Mall, and it keeps the story moving in fun, creative new ways. Without spoiling the way it all resolves, there is a reason the story is called The Young & Pretty.
Courtney Captisa has had a strong interest in transformation since childhood. In her early teens, she discovered several webpages such as Fictionmania. She enjoys writing clean stories.

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