A Woman's Passion Paperback – Mar 27 2001
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Top Customer Reviews
At the same time, we get to experience the growth and blossoming of a young woman, as the magic provides Allison with an extremely rapid transition through puberty. We're invited to share in the joy of budding breasts, the electric sensations of a hard nipple, the discovery of her maturing sex, and the awe-inspiring development of sensuous curves. Wisely, the magic stops there - there is no miraculous psychological transformation. Although 'her' body is all-woman in a manner of days, 'his' mind is still very much male, and as much as Allison develops, the fears and doubts and questions of Alan keep cropping up. It's this internal conflict that keeps the story grounded, and provides the realism needed to balance the magic.
What I love about this book is the fact that it's not a piece of erotica - it's a fully realised story, complete with a plot full of as much tension and suspense as wonder and joy.Read more ›
I truly felt that I was inside the author's main character, the further on which I plunged into the book. Soon enough, my body and mind had changed to match the metamorphosis of the author. The passion and joy of that new life was now mine as well, as I raced through the pages. At the end, I was sad that the experience was over, yet joyful in that it could happen again and again. And, it has.
Yes, this is escapist fiction. It doesn't profess to be anything else but that. However, "A Woman's Passion" is a wonderful read. I recommend it to all gender-gifted people, to those enlightened folks who enjoy a good fantasy story (and this one is probably the ULTIMATE fantasy!), and even to those who are curious at heart and open-minded enough to enjoy something different.
Diana Hignutt, author of Moonsword
Most recent customer reviews
I loved this book. (And I'm not transgendered!) Personally, I think that the writing is first rate. Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2003
I suspect any transsexuals, and many transgendered and others, will find this to be a fasciating and wonderful read. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2003 by Willow