Monday, March 19, 2018

Futa's Passionate Plans by Reed James (#futa #lesbian #erotica #genderswap)

At this point, it is a toss-up as to whether The Futanari Chronicles or The Knight and the Acolyte will be known as Reed James' crowning achievement, but what I can say with certainty is that, four books in, The Futanari Chronicles is a series that just keeps getting stronger.

Darker, edgier, and emotionally draining, but none of that is a bad thing.

If there is a defining theme to Futa's Passionate Plans, it is one of conflict. Here we have a country in conflict, with the forces of Helen and Ally at odds with those of President Fierro and the entire US military. It is also a story of gender in conflict, with futanari versus male and female, gender swapping one and transforming the other. The futanari are taking over entire cities with cum bombs, and sending missionaries out across the country to create pockets of resistance, while pilgrims are pouring into Washington, desperate to be transformed.

More importantly, though, it is a book that is full of personal conflict, and it is those emotional entanglements that make this so compelling.

The relationship between Helen and Ally is already strained, with the former's compassion at odds with the latter's single-minded passions, but the arrival of one of their alien benefactors drives that wedge even deeper. A woman of violet skin, turquoise dreadlocks, full breasts, and two cocks, she oddly produces much less cum than the human futanari (which begs all sort of questions), and seems incapable of emotions like grief and compassion. Dr. Zhao is not helping the situation, holding her darkest experiments secret from them both, and her alliance with the alien has threats of its own. On top of all that, the President has sent in an immunized FBI agent to infiltrate Helen's inner circle, a futanari spy who finds herself torn between the desire to serve two different mistresses.

It is the growing conflict between Isabel and Helen that grips my heart the most, though, and I really do hope Reed provides us with the happily-ever-after they so deserve. Isabel is in love with her creator, and wants to be more than just another of her favorites, but she is incapable of saying anything. Her fear, coupled with her compassion for Helen's purpose, prompts her to become a missionary herself, a journey that makes her realize what she really needs out of life. My heart breaks for her, watching her realize what a mistake she's made, and knowing how much Helen needs her support.

Of course, this is Reed James futanari erotica, which means it is exceptionally sexy, and drenched in enough futa cum to drown an entire town. It is hot, intense, and imaginative, and there are even a few new taboos explored, with the arrival of a virgin wanting to be transformed a definite highlight. On top of the sex, there are also some interesting intellectual discussions, with the questions raised about utopia and tyranny of particular interest.

Futa's Passionate Plans ends with a bang, advancing the plot while creating newer, deeper conflicts to drive the next book, and we almost - almost - get a resolution between Helen and Isabel that makes my heart sing (although I remain anxious and nervous for them both).

Reed James is a thirty year-old guy living in Tacoma, WA. "I love to write, I find it freeing to immerse myself in a world and tell its stories and then share them with others." He's been writing naughty stories since high school, furiously polishing his craft, and finally feels ready to share his fantasies with the world.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

#TGCaption - Blackmail Backfired (#bodyswap #blackmail #trapped)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.

The first half of this came easy. I loved the idea of bodyswap blackmail gone wrong. 

Once I started thinking about how and why it all went wrong, I couldn't stop at just one.

So, what do you think? What's your favorite twist?

Saturday, March 17, 2018

#TGCaption - Working the Farm (#transformation)

TG Captions are one of my favorite forms of storytelling. There is no narrative fluff, no extraneous details, just the hook, the twist, and the climax.

A twist on a classic theme. One boy's nightmare, one man's cure, two girls' dreams.

Friday, March 16, 2018

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, or covert it with Calibre to load onto a Kobo, iPad, or anything else.

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.



Thursday, March 15, 2018

SuperMarket Bex by Bex (#sissy #femdom #pegging #comics)

Continuing our theme of illustrated delights, author/artist Bex has graciously offered to grace our pages once again. We have already explored his work from Amazing Transformation Comics and, and now it is time to dig into his Lustomic archives.


Like Blanche, the ultra-sexy SuperMarket Bex is another shorter comic from Bex, but a few surprises in the way it is told make it a lot of fun. That beautiful bellhop you see on the cover is our hostess for the book, and she has more surprises to share than just the one in her panties!

The story opens just after closing time, when we discover that the lingerie-clad mannequins are actually sissies, and the women who run the store are their dominant mistresses. There is some nice punishment and forced bisexuality to that scene, with the best part coming after a wig gets torn off!

Our sexy bellhop leads us through the transition of stories by lifting the top floor off a dollhouse to reveal the cafe. It is a simple thing, easily done, but I loved the way it framed the story, especially when she interacts with the cum twins (oh, how much I loved their brief appearance!), not only giving them orders, but snapping her fingers and making their gloves disappear. She makes one more appearance at the end, dropping the curtain so-to-speak, and her hostess role really adds something to the comic.

The final two parts of the story continue from the first, with a little double penetration, the breaking in of a curious twink, and a romantically kinky realization of roles, purpose, and place in life. The whole thing is well-drawn, as always, with some really lovely flourishes in places. The characters are strong and distinct, the dresses and the lingerie exquisite, and the explosions of cum as varied as they are hot. SuperMarket Bex is one of those places you just want to visit again and again.

Bex is an Italian who specializes in hand drawn comics - erotic, transgender, sissy, shemale, slut, crossdressing, fetish, and fumetti erotica.

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Oozing Deep Inside & Filling Her With Warmth by Thomas Pike (#shemale #lesbian #pregnant)

From The Ocean It Came was a more subtle story than I was used to from Thomas Pike, with some really sensual detail, and even a touch of humor, with a monstrous pregnancy that was very well done. I cannot say I was expecting a sequel, but I am absolutely delighted to find one in Oozing Deep Inside. First off, I loved the opening to this, with Kate still working as a beach vendor, despite the job wearing her out, and no longer caring about any hot guys who see her bulge, because none of them could fill her the same way that giant blob of slime did.

Kate's anticipation is so beautifully captured, and I loved how she transforms herself from victim to seductress. She coaxes out this year's monstrous blob like one would a skittish animal, only the treat she is offering must be earned. Nothing quite what she expects, though, and she finds this slime has a mind of its own. It is one erotic surprise after another, filling her where she last expects to be filled, and refusing to drain her as she needs, but I think my favorite moment is when her fear of asphyxiation gives way to hunger for the throbbing tentacle of slime slipping down her throat.

Where the first story ended with the ocean, this one continues long past that, with a very pregnant Kate desperately seeking release, only to discover that her slimy hormones have made a lesbian of her. Fortunately, her lover of choice appreciates her extra equipment, and . . . well, I hesitate to say too much, but their very, very messy fun leads them to the ocean together in a scene that is sure to please lovers of shemale, lesbian, monster, and pregnancy erotica, all at once. Wow.

It has been a long, cold winter since we last saw anything new from Thomas Pike, so you will excuse me if I double my pleasure and dip into his backlist with Filling Her With Warmth. This was a warm-and-cozy delight, a story of long-time friends who become lovers during a long night in the dead of winter.

The awkward, innocent, unintended seduction is exceptionally erotic, as Chloe does her best to keep Leah warm, but cannot resist what their closeness does to her. It is a story of chills and goosebumps, not all of which are caused by the cold.

There is a sweet slumber-party feel to the entire story, erotic exploration between the sheets, and the thrill of discovery. It is a very sexual tale, but a very tasteful one as well, more about the needs and emotions than the explosions. I loved how the experience brought them together, and how the development of their relationship was full of love and respect, rather than any guilt or second thoughts.

Best of all, following the storm, Filling Her With Warmth continues the story, letting us know exactly what the consequences are of that impulsive night, putting a perfect cap on it all.

Thomas Pike is a quiet and reserved fellow, one that you would never expect to write the stories that he does. Whether he is reading or writing, originality and creativity is what he strives for. Tentacles, belly inflation, shrinking, MILFs, parasites, bizarre situations and settings, and hard throbbing peril are just a taste of what he writes!

Cover Reveal: Astray (Wavesongs #1) by Elvira Bell (@elvirabell_)


Wavesongs #1
Elvira Bell
Release Date: May 1, 2018
Genre: Romance, Historical fiction, LGBT, M/M, Coming of age, Pirates, Age gap

Nick Andrews has grown up in poverty in a tiny village. All his life he’s been told that he’s useless. After getting one scolding too many he decides to go far away, off to sea. But his experience as a farmhand has done little to prepare him for the hardships of a sailor’s life.

When his ship is attacked by pirates, Nick’s life is miraculously spared by the notorious pirate captain, Christopher Hart—a man in charge of a crew feared for their brutality. Nick is forced to join the pirates, and he dreads finding out for what reason the captain has saved him.

But Hart is nothing like his reputation suggests, and Nick soon finds himself entangled in a relationship that could endanger both their lives. Unless Nick can help Hart on his quest to find a long lost treasure, their forbidden love may tear his new life apart.


Meet the Author
Elvira Bell lives in Sweden and spends most of her time writing, reading or watching movies. Her weaknesses include, but are not limited to: vintage jazz, musicals, kittens, oversized tea cups, men in suits, the 18th century, and anything sparkly.

Elvira writes m/m fiction with a touch of romance and has a penchant for historical settings. She adores all things gothic and will put her characters through hell from time to time because she just loves watching them suffer. It makes the happy endings so much sweeter, after all.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Queer Sex by Juno Roche (#trans #nonbinary)

While I struggled with some aspects of the interviews (particularly the talk - and assumptions - of drug abuse), and found the narration a little jarring (I had to reread some paragraphs multiple times to get the sense what was being said), Queer Sex was still an interesting read. A Trans and Non-Binary Guide to Intimacy, Pleasure and Relationships flips the gender conversation on its head and makes it about something we are increasingly told should not matter - sex, surgery, and genitals.

Juno Roche uses her own experience as a trans woman to frame the book, talking about her struggles with her neo-vagina, and her troubles with sex and intimacy. Along the way she interviews a wide range of transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming people, talking to them about their experiences pre, post, and non transition. Their experiences range from painful stories of bullying and abuse (sometimes self-abuse) to joyful stories of love and affection. There are relationships based on group sex, Tantric masturbation, kissing, and self-intimacy. In some cases penetration is the goal, and in others it is something to be avoided at all costs.

Even knowing as much as I do about the trans community and trans issues, the amount of detail surrounding gender reassignment surgery was still astounding. I knew about the mechanics of things like dilating, but the logistics of depth and width, of construction and placement, and of appearance were fascinating. It is so easy to think of surgery as a be-all and end-all, but we learn that it is just another stage, another step, another tool in the process of self-love. 

Most importantly, Queer Sex reinforces the understanding that masculine/feminine, male/female, and straight/gay do not necessarily correspond to one another. Love and intimacy can be found in any combination, and what works for you does not have to work for anyone else.
I tried to transition back in the dark ages but the landscape wasn’t there; the language, the cultural reference points, the structures and certainly not the policy. The word ‘transgender’ was lacking in almost any Equalities policy, some would contain the letters ‘LGBT’ but few knew anything about the T and even fewer knew that transgender people had a legal right to keep their jobs through the process of transitioning.