964 The Making of Abigail by Philippa Peters

The Making of Abigail by Philippa Peters
Lt. Jeffrey Dowerson was a loyal soldier and a good man. He fought bravely for his side in a war on a planet far away from Earth. When he gets captured by the enemy he assumes he will be put to death. His captors, however, have a different fate in mind. They use their science to turn captives into women to serve the men in a society in which genetic girls are in scarce supply.
Even as Jeffrey’s mind is fighting the notion of being a female desired sexually by men, the drug coursing through his/her veins gives her incredible feelings of femininity. Incredibly conflicting thoughts run through the newly-minted Abigail’s brain as she is auctioned off to be a rich man’s bride. Even on her wedding night, as pleasurable as being penetrated by her new husband feels, “she” has the sense that she should still be the man’s man soldier she was born to be.

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