Friday, May 7, 2021

Freebie Fetish Friday - Putting the TG in TGIF!

 Well, if it's Friday, then it must be time to bend our way into the weekend with Freebie Fetish Friday.

Every Friday I search through the weekend's free titles on Amazon, looking for those that might be of interest to similarly bent readers, fans, and lovers. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications.

Please do be sure to check the price before downloading anything, as most freebies are limited time offers, and some are specific to certain regions.



It's not quite free, but get 50% off almost any 1 adult at Adam and Eve by checking out my Rechargeable Finger Vibe Review!

Enjoy!  

Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Erotica Book Review: Metamorphosis by Lexi Linorre (crossdressing bisexual)

Title: 
Metamorphosis
Author: Lexi Linorre
Publication Date: April 13, 2021
Protagonist Gender: Male
Sexuality: Bisexual

Metamorphosis is the first Lexi Linorre story to be published by Pink Skirt Press. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek, which means I get to lead the bandwagon in telling you how much fun it is!

This is the story of a young man with a problem. Whether it's women in his bed or porn on his laptop, Peter is finding it increasingly difficult to perform. Fortunately for him, a poorly timed coffeeshop conversation exposes his problem to Dr. Debbie Dakota, a professional sex therapist (with a secret) who offers him a free half hour to see if therapy is for him.

There’s no judgment here. You can admit to me now that you jerk off dressed in a fursuit and I would only ask how you came up with the money for one.

The initial therapy conversation is superb, full of open-minded understanding and acceptance. There's a wonderful discussion about stepping outside your comfort zone and exploring something new, and that's what leads to Peter's first anxious, tentative steps into the world of fetish. I don't want to give away too much of the story, but Lexi does a wonderful job of exploring the fine line between forced feminization and crossdressing encouragement.

I couldn’t lie. I couldn’t fib or make up some excuse. It felt good. It felt so strangely wonderful. The thrill from the taboo, from the fact that I was going against society, against the traditional values my parents hammered into my head as I grew up.

There's some cute humor to the story that made me giggle more than once. Metamorphosis is a fantasy come true, and I thought the balance between erotic edge and sweet sensuality was perfect. 

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ 

Monday, May 3, 2021

Erotica Book Review: Star Search by J.S. Morbius (transsexual bisexual)

Title: 
Star Search
Author: J.S. Morbius
Publication Date: April 17, 2021
Protagonist Gender: Male
Sexuality: Bisexual

The first book I had the pleasure of reading from J.S. Morbius, now available again as a self-published title, Star Search is a wonderful book that's romantic, erotic, thrilling, and intriguing. There are some really nice twists to the tale that I wasn't expecting, and some real depth to the characters that gave them life well beyond the page.

At its heart, this is the tale of Joe, a gay man who hires a transsexual escort to accompany him to an office party. They head back to Joe's place after the party, and indulge in a night of passion that rivals any other transsexual encounter he's ever had. Joe wakes up determined to make her a regular part of his life, only to find her gone. Like any good love story, he tries tracking her down, but is met with a rather violent reception when he tries to get any information out of the escort service. As good a man and he is a lover, Joe is not willing to accept their refusal, and sets about trying to track down the glorious Star.

Where the story takes a major twist is with Joe going undercover to find out the truth about Star. It's a bit of a stretch to accept how quickly and easily he is transformed a passable woman, but that didn't bother me as much on rereading the story as it did the first time. Instead of chafing against the scene I found myself envious of how he picked up feminine language and mannerisms, convincing the very same escort agency that threatened him to hire him instead, 

From there, the story gets darker (even as it gets sexier), with some great scenes of reluctant threesomes and foursomes, some transsexual-on-transsexual choreographed porn, and more. As much fun as all that is, what Morbius does with the last few chapters is what makes the novel. He takes us beyond the rescue, beyond the happily-ever-after, and lets us indulge in life outside the sex trade. An altogether remarkable story, I can't recommend Star Search highly enough.

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀

Friday, April 30, 2021

Freebie Fetish Friday - Putting the TG in TGIF!

Well, if it's Friday, then it must be time to bend our way into the weekend with Freebie Fetish Friday.

Every Friday I search through the weekend's free titles on Amazon, looking for those that might be of interest to similarly bent readers, fans, and lovers. Even if you don't have a Kindle, you can still download the titles through one of Amazon's free reading applications.

Please do be sure to check the price before downloading anything, as most freebies are limited time offers, and some are specific to certain regions.



It's not quite free, but get 50% off almost any 1 adult at Adam and Eve by checking out my Rechargeable Finger Vibe Review!

Enjoy!  

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Erotica Book Review: Party Girl by John Dylena (transformation bimbofication bisexual

Title: 
Party Girl
Author: John Dylena
Publication Date: April 13, 2021
Protagonist Gender: Male
Sexuality: Bisexual

Party Girl is a fun, sexy bit of erotic storytelling that doesn't try too hard to explain the how and why of Oliver's mysterious transformation. It is all just a fantasy, a harmless Virtual Reality experience, or is that experience something he's prompted to live outside the game? Did any of it really happen? And, most importantly, fantasy or reality, what are the consequences waiting for him?

It's the flashes, the glitches, that make this so curious. The lipstick that shouldn't be there, in a shade his girlfriend never wore. The too long, too-blonde hs air that seems to come and go. The way others seem to mishear him, to mistake him for someone else. As Sasha (John) Dylena leads us through the story, Oliver seems to undergo a series of transformations, both physical and mental, that turn the straight, responsible young man into something of a bisexual bimbo. 

It's that transformation, and the questions behind it, and are so much fun to explore, but there's no question that the erotic scenes are a delight as well. Party Girl is a short read, easily consumed before eyes (or fingers) get tired, and well worth a read.

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

I Can't Wait for... May Releases

Transgender Books Coming Soon!

Can't-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted over at Wishful Endings to spotlight and discuss the books we're excited about that have yet to be released, but not necessarily. It's based on the original Waiting on Wednesday that was hosted at Breaking the Spine. Once a month, I'll hop on the meme to share the books I'm most excited for in the coming weeks.


Title:
 Mistress of Wall Street
Author: Phoenix Cinders
Publication Date: May 10, 2021
Identities: Transgender
Genres: Erotica

Who doesn’t want to submit to a sexy trans woman?

(Warning: This book contains scenes of sex, prostitution, drug use, non-consensual sex that doesn’t fetishize it in any way but is a reflection of what happens in the real world, and offensive language. This is a story of a romance between a transgender woman and a cis-gendered man that is completely respectful.)

On Wall Street, everyone seeks to beat the market, but trans woman Addison Fields wants to dominate it. She wants to stick to the men who wouldn’t give her the opportunities to succeed. She’s determined to become the Mistress of Wall Street and dominate the financial world.

However, when her best friend from high school, Xavier Young, gets caught up in the middle of her conquest, she discovers there’s more to life than success. Xavier on the other hand had no idea his former best friend is now a beautiful dominant woman. When he loses his job at his Investment Firm, by chance, she’s there to take him in. However, when he finds out she used to be the boy he shared all his secrets with, will he accept her for who she is? Addison on the other hand doesn’t just want to be friends again, she wants him all for herself.

Will he submit to her dominance? Will the two find love? Read on to find out.


Title:
 The Best of Assigned Male
Author: Sophie Labelle
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Pub
Publication Date: May 21, 2021
Identities: Transgender
Genres: Graphic Novel

Includes New and Never Before Seen Stories!

Follow young trans girl, Stephie, and her group of queer friends as they navigate school, family and relationships, and experiences of being trans.

Humorous and acerbic, this ground-breaking graphic narrative brilliantly explores the journey of discovering and embracing your evolving gender identity, and promotes a sense of community and empowerment through artfully illustrated stories.

Based on the hugely successful and influential webcomic Assigned Male, and in print for the first time, this expanded collection contains exclusive content as well as familiar, well-loved characters.


Title:
 Arcadia
Author: Emmanuelle Bayamack-Tam
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
Publication Date: May 25, 2021
Identities: Transgender
Genres: Fiction

An English-language debut that reveals and subverts contemporary conceptions of normative sexuality, capitalist culture, and environmental degradation.
 
Farah moves into Liberty House—an arcadia, a community in harmony with nature—at the tender age of six, with her family. The commune’s spiritual leader, Arcady, preaches equality, non-violence, anti-speciesism, free love, and uninhibited desire for all, regardless of gender, age, looks, or ability. At fifteen, Farah learns she is intersex, and begins to go beyond the confines of gender, as she explores the arc of her own desires. What, Farah asks, is a man or a woman? What does it mean to be part of a community? What is utopia when there are refugees nearby seeking shelter who cannot enter?

Emmanuelle Bayamack-Tam delivers a magisterial novel, both a celebration and a critique of innocence in the contemporary world.


Title:
 Las Biuty Queens: Stories
Author: Iván Monalisa Ojeda
Publisher: Astra House
Publication Date: June 1, 2021
Identities: Transgender
Genres: Fiction

In this acclaimed story collection, Chilean transgender performer and author Iván Monalisa Ojeda delivers an irreverent, honest and full-throated love song to New York City from the perspective of a group of trans Latinx immigrant friends who walk the streets, smoke crystal meth, compete in beauty contests, look for clients on their impossibly high heels, and fall prey to increasingly cruel immigration policies.

Drawing from his/her own experience as a trans performer, sex worker, and undocumented immigrant, Iván Monalisa Ojeda chronicles the lives of Latinx queer and trans immigrants in New York City. Whether she is struggling with addiction, clashing with law enforcement, or is being subjected to personal violence, each character choses her own path of defiance, often responding to her fate with with irreverent dark humor. What emerges is the portrait of a group of friends who express unquestioning solidarity and love for each other, and of an unfamiliar, glittering and violent, New York City that will draw readers in and swallow them whole.

On every page, Iván Monalisa's unique narrative talent is on display as he/she artfully transforms the language of the streets, making it his/her own -- rich with rhythm and debauchery. This bold new collection positions Ojeda as a fresh and necessary voice within the canon of world literature.


Title:
 Transmutation: Stories 
Author: Alex DiFrancesco
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
Publication Date: June 1, 2021
Identities: Transgender
Genres: Science Fiction

Transgressive, transformative short stories that explore the margins of trans lives.

Building on the success of All City, here is a wry, and at the same time dark and risk-taking, story collection from author (and baker) Alex DiFrancesco that pushes the boundaries of transgender awareness and filial bonds. Here is the hate between 16-year-old Junie, who is transitioning, and their mom's boyfriend Chad when the family moves into Chad's house on Lake Erie. And here is the love being tested between Sawyer and his dad, who named his boat after his child and resists changing it from Sara to Sawyer now. There is DiFrancesco's willingness to enter lands that are violent and comfortless in some of these stories, testing the limits of what it means to be human, sometimes returning stronger and wiser and sometimes not returning at all as their characters surge forward into unknown spaces.

DiFrancesco's first novel All City (Seven Stories 2019) was praised by Publishers Weekly as a "loving, grieving warning [that] thoughtfully traces the resilience, fragility, and joy of precarious communities in an immediate, compassionate voice." All City was one of BookRiot's "Best Post-Apocalyptic Books of 2019," Entropy Mag's "Best of 2019," and Largehearted Boy's "Favorite Novels of 2019." It was a finalist for the 2019 Ohioana Book Award for Fiction.