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987 Trapped Into Anime by Nick Lorance

Carl Waller is a young man, slight of build who, because of his physique, finds it hard to get a job. His parents are constantly on his back about it. Searching on the web for information about Japanese anime, a longtime interest of his, he finds an application for work at conventions portraying female characters from his favorite films.

With few other options, he applies and to his surprise, is accepted. Feeling awkward in the skimpy and revealing costumes he has to wear in public, he soon realizes that this is an occupation he seems to have been born for. Before he really knows what’s hit him, he has hordes of admiring male fans—most of them male—clamoring to take pictures with him. Occasionally some of them want to cop a feel or two, even knowing that under the “kawaii” outfits is a boy.
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983 Violette Enters Utopia by Rose Major-McMaster

Violette Vaulkner is a professor, trained in electrical engineering. She also happens to be a well-endowed, very feminine, TG woman. Dissatisfied with society’s treatment of the transgendered, she is elated when a friend tells her that the mythical land of Utopia is a real place and that it can be arranged for her to travel there. She does so and discovers almost immediately that Utopian society is very welcoming.

She decides to settle there and become a citizen of Utopia. As she settles in to her new existence, she discovers that some Utopian men have a fondness for harxaturai (the Utopian word for transgender women). While this pleases “Lady” Violette, she finds out that there is more to her new life than she previously realized. Continue reading

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981 The Pendlebury Witches 2 by Deena Gomersall

Dan Hamilton believed he had inherited a cottage in the North of England from a great Aunt he had never met or knew about. Although he had, what he wasn’t aware of was that he had also inherited a family of witches. They informed him that he, also, was of witch origins and held a power that they needed to source.

Once the power was within him, Dan would make up a coven of four which, he was told, would save the world from ruin. The only problem was, to be a true witch, Dan also had to be a female. Read on as Dan, now Phoebe, finds his life full of twists and turns. The ending of this story WILL surprise you. Continue reading

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977 The Pendlebury Witches by Deena Gomersall

This story is based on actual events that took place in the North of England in the early 1600’s, known as the Pendle witch trials, though the main story is fictitious… Dan is an American engaged to a gorgeous Hispanic model. One day, out of the blue, he receives a letter informing him that he has inherited a cottage in England formerly owned by a Great Aunt he didn’t know he had. In order to claim his inheritance, he must go to England immediately.

Upon arrival, Dan discovers that he has in fact been lured there to assist a group of three witches in preventing mankind’s destruction. He is also told that to prevent Armageddon, he must also become a woman. After he reluctantly agrees to what he believes will be a temporary transformation to female, he gets some other information from a surprising source that tells him that everything is not as it seems. Continue reading

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967 The Unmaking of Abigail by Philippa Peters

In Part One of this sweeping saga, Jeffrey Dowerson was transformed by alien medical technology in Lady Abigail, a beautiful young woman to all outward appearances.
Now as interplanetary war rages around her, Lady Abigail needs to look like a man again to escape imprisonment. Although she is transformed once more, she still retains her female mannerisms and much of her feminine appearance. That makes her vulnerable to assaults from the sex-starved soldiers. Having adjusted to living as a woman, the new Jeffrey is embarrassed when he encounters his former husband. Although he tries to pretend otherwise, Cory still loves the woman he knew, despite her outward appearance. But can Jeffrey be married once more to Cory as he now is? Will Cory get tired of loving a woman who isn’t exactly a woman anymore? Continue reading

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