Saturday, April 4, 2015

Sissy In-Law by Kylie Gable

Sissy In-Law begins with revelation that Ryan was feminized by a group of girls during his high school years. It’s a revelation that’s awkward and embarrassing, but one that his girlfriend and her sister agree to put behind them – at least until Kayla catches Ryan cheating on his blushing, beautiful bride. Before long he’s being feminized again, and it’s the woman he’s been cheating with – his wife’s best friend – who is first to abuse him.

Like so many of Kylie Gable’s stories, the focus here is primarily on embarrassment and public humiliation, but I’m not sure it’s ever been quite so intense. Most of the story centers around a shopping trip in which Kayla has Ryan measured and fitted for women’s clothing and paraded around in nothing more than skimpy lingerie, while she tells anybody who asks precisely why he’s going along with it. The attention to detail is lovely, and the emotional element is so very well done.

The climax is satisfying in multiple levels, bringing together several of Kylie’s favorite themes, while leaving Tom no choice but to accept his fate as Tiffany.

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