Coming out of a weekend filled with more incessant cold, more unending snow, and a seeming infinity of grey skies, a little Spring Fever was just what the doctor ordered . . . and Giselle filled the prescription perfectly!
Okay, now that I've gotten that out of my system, onto the review! LOL
The set-up to Giselle's story is as beautiful as it is simple. Dotschy is a young woman, coming out of a romance with a much older man, who is questioning her sexuality almost as much as she's questioning the very idea of love. She's been working alongside Connor for quite a while now, and is surprised at how intimate their friendship has become. She tolerates (and even enjoys) a degree of closeness and an amount of touching on his behalf that would get another man physically hurt. Perhaps that's why she finds herself so open to his admission of cross-dressing, and why she agrees to press beyond the flirting and take his femme self out on a date.
Sweet, sensitive, and oh-so-sexy, Connor is a very passable transvestite who hides his insecurities well. All of his good-natured flirting and openness about his lifestyle are really just a brave front - inside, he's intensely nervous and shy. Fortunately, Dotschy brings out the best in him, so much so that he decides to take her name while en-femme . . . a discussion that's as arousing as it is amusing.
This is such a sweet and romantic story, it could put a warm smile on the coldest snowman. Of course, the frantic exhibition of backseat passion that follows dinner is likely to melt that poor snowman, but at least it will be with a smile on its face!
If you're looking for a fun, feel-good bit of erotic romance, then I urge you to give Spring Fever a read - it truly is quite lovely, and entirely uplifting.