Candy: A Steamy Transgender Romance

He doesn’t know he’s falling for a TG gal.

Roger is a popular, good-looking guy going through his first year of college. So when his frat brothers set him up on a blind date, everything’s cool, right?

Little does he know they’ve set him up with Candy, a fun, attractive gal who happens to be transgender. He doesn’t know, and she doesn’t know that he doesn’t know. It’s all a cruel prank by his frat. But he finds himself attracted to her, even caring for her. Now what?

Candy: A Transgender Romance is a steamy six-thousand word transgender romance with a guy who falls for a transgender gal without knowing who she is. What would you do?

CANDY: A Steamy Transgender Romance – OUT NOW!

Transform Me Tonight

A Steamy Transgender Romance: The first time he becomes a she—for a strict TG.

Meet Harlan. He’s your typical straight, beer-drinking frat guy. Only he’s got a secret. Every Thursday night, he sneaks down to the local burlesque show to admire the transgender dancers.

One in particular, the strict and domineering Ms. Kelly, has caught his eye. And he seems to have caught her attention, too. But how far does he dare take this transgressive relationship? And what happens if his frat brothers show up at the club–just as a joke? He and Kelly need to come up with a disguise, fast. Wait, why is she pulling out a wig and dress?

And why does he like that idea so much?

Transform Me Tonight is a steamy, six-thousand word transgender romance about what happens when you fall in love with a transgender dancer and discover the depths of your own desires.

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Lyka Bloom – Transgender Erotica Author Interview

One of the remarkable things about reading transgender erotica is running into so many talented authors with such a variety of styles and appoaches. Today we talk to another of that cohort, the prolific and well-regarded Lyka Bloom. If you’re not familiar with her work, run—don’t walk—over to her Amazon page and take a look. Or visit her website for free samples.

Now, on with the show!

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Fifties-style housewife, feminization at its finest…

Hi, Lyka! Thanks for taking the time to share with my readers. Do you want to start with where you’re from and who you are?

Thanks for having me! I’m a writer from Tennessee, which is maybe not the best place to be a proponent of gender transformation and fantasy stories, but I’ve lived here most of my life. I grew up in a military town, which is kind of nice because you meet people from all over the world. Despite people’s rural impressions of Tennessee, and there are definitely those places, there are also places where people from all sorts of backgrounds come together, just like everywhere.

Now, I call Nashville home, and it’s a wonderfully artistic town. I’m not crazy about country music, but there is such a wealth of culture here, you can ignore all the tourist trap country bars and it feels incredibly metropolitan.

Much, much more after the jump!

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Sissy Maid – Reviewed!

Been a while since I got to share one of these cool peeps reviews, but in case you missed it, erotica auteur extraordinaire Lyka Bloom took the time to review Sissy Maid: For a Kinky Couple on her blog at lykabloom.com. About this story, she goes on to say:

First, Kella can write a story. Aside from a few typos here and there, too few to be a problem, she dispenses with an overarching narrative in favor of a focus on one sliver of experience, namely that of Jenny Sweet, the assumed sissy name of Jacob, a devoted submissive to his Mistress Buffy…

While the plot isn’t necessarily the focus here, there is enough story and detail to give it the narrative weight the story needs to do its real job – being hot as all get out. From the first pages, readers are given a peek into Jenny’s life as a sissy, the way she serves and the way she pleases.

Typos! What typos! I don’t see any typos!1! 🙂

The review is a fun, enjoyable read–you should check it out and follow her blog, she’s one of the few people out there who (along with superstar Sally Bend) regularly reviews the TG fiction on Amazon. With any luck, I’ll be able to interview her soon.

Most of my stories don’t get any reviews on Amazon, which is kinda the par for the course there. But SISSY MAID: FOR A KINKY COUPLE received two negative reviews, only the second and third negative reviews I’ve ever received as I recall, so Lyka’s take makes me feel better about the whole saga of Jacob the Boat-Sissy.  🙂

Thanks!

 

Tammy: A Steamy Transgender Romance

His first time with the third sex.

Josh is your average college guy. He likes football, beer, and books about war. And when his buddy Tommy needs a place to crash, he’s happy to oblige.

Except Tommy never shows up. Instead, there’s a hot blonde named Tammy at the door. But she looks familiar. And she claims to be his old friend…

What has Josh gotten himself into—and why is his body reacting that way around her? Even when he sees the surprise between her thighs?

Tammy: A Transgender Romance is a steamy six-thousand word transgender romance about what happens when your best friend becomes a woman, moves in with you, and you can’t keep your eyes off her. How far would you go?

TAMMY: OUT TODAY!

Raining Blood

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Asushunamir, the savior of Inanna

It’s here! First bite, lick my lips, the eternal dark embrace… Blood in the Rain 2 officially launched this week and my first anthologized print erotica story is now out there to be enjoyed by a much, much wider world!

I’m also pleased to say the editors chose to put my story first in the anthology, meaning it’s what you see when you click on the preview and the “Look Inside!” option and want to get a glimpse of the type of writing you’ll get within.

I don’t have my physical copy of the book yet so I don’t know how many of the stories are transgender erotica versus lesbian, gay, or straight erotica, so it’s particularly exciting to have my transgender vampire erotica as the ‘tease’ if you will.

They did a superior job in copy-editing and layout compared to what I can muster on my own, but I’m going to quote a tiny passage from my final submitted manuscript because that is what I have.

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