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The Dressmaker Reviews
This is a quick and enjoyable coerced feminization tale. It's about an eighteen year old slacker named Shaun, who applies for a job interview at a bridal shop in order to win a bet with his sister. He has no expectation of being hired, but once he is offered the job he cannot turn it down without putting his unemployment benefit at risk. This begins a slippery slope where Shaun is dominated by the shop owner Fran, and forced to wear lingerie, dresses, makeup, breast forms, a chastity device, cor [...]
Enjoyable femdomSabrina has a very devious mind which leads a male to a fantastic session of erotic sensations just short of actual participation in the act.
This book is hard for me to rate because it deals with a specific kink that I find interesting to read about, but it really isn't my "thang." However, I love a tpe story, so I gave it a go. Those readers who like to read about forced feminization should LOVE this book. It hits many fetish buttons, i.e. forced feminization, orgasm denial, humiliation and women in charge. This book was relatively well written (some errors) and I liked the steady progression our boy experienced as he fell deeper an [...]
Well, he did need a jobShaun was lazy and not at all keen on work. His sister almost tricked him into trying out for a job at the bridal wear shop where she worked. He thought he knew what was going on, but things span out of control and soon his world was turned upside down.Only downside with this author is that she provides tasters of her other books so you reach the end of the story before you expected to.
Another great erotic feminization book by Sabrina Jen Montford! Fast-paced and creative plot about another overpowering dominant woman and her hapless male (for now) victim.
I found the fetish side of the book rather exciting but spoilt by the continued use of Hmmm which was quite unnecessary and added nothing to the dialogue. The progression was much too quick and although the suspension of disbelief is a prerequisite for this genre Shaun (Sharron) was unbelievably stupid and the ending stretched that suspension to the limits. I also find it annoying that, what looks like a fairly lengthy read is shortened with samples tagged onto the end.