Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Forever a Woman by Daniela R. Lovejoy (bodysuit masking feminization)

Wrapping up The Girls Club trilogy, Daniela R. Lovejoy shifts gears a bit from the tension of Zipped In and the danger of Becoming a Girl, giving Mia a happily ever after in Forever a Woman (with a little kink mixed into the romance).

The story picks up two years after the last volume, with Mia living quite happily as a woman, having taken advantage of the permanent bodysuit's beauty to become a word-class model. She is missing her best friend and all-too-brief lover, James, who has stopped responding to her calls and her texts, and she has been trying to make amends with Antonia by sending an apology letter along with partial payments for the suit.

When the opportunity for a huge new perfume contract brings her back home, Mia takes the plunge and heads back to the club for the resolution I felt was absent from Becoming a Girl. It does not go quite the way my fantasies would have it, but it is a realistic attempt at repairing a damaged relationship that definitely works.

Things with James are a bit more complex, but the emotions between them are wonderfully explored. In a scene that really sort of signals her inner acceptance of the transformation, Mia even takes the reins as a gentle dominant, claiming what she wants and punishing James for how he left things and what he did (or did not do) after.

Forever a Woman is most definitely a romantic drama, closing one chapter in Mia's life while opening another, but it does have its erotic moments. Most of them are wild and playful, one with that gentle femdom taste of kink, and the last with genuine passion. When you consider the three books together, the journey from Max to Mia is a fabulous one, and I love where Daniela ultimately took it.

Born and living in the Northwest near beautiful nature with both forest and coast with in walking distance, Daniela likes to wander in those surroundings when the weather allows it. She enjoys the fresh air, and it gives her mind space to let new ideas flow. When not writing, she loves to cuddle up with a book or watch a TV series or hang out with her friends and family.


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