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A Woman's Passion [Paperback]

Alan Barrie
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Without giving too much away, the book hinges on a magical transformation that, instead of being a cheat, actually adds an otherwise impossible level of significance and detail to the experience. We get to experience the transformation of a man into a woman, and share in the thrills/joys/fears/excitements of taking on a new role. We're invited to share in all those wondrous first time experiences, as Alan slips into her first pair of panties, wears makeup for the first time, walks in heels for the first time, and learns to move and act as a woman. If you ignore the fact that the magic gives him an edge, this can serve as an instructional bible for any transgendered reader - we can learn a lot from Alan's first tentative adventures.

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.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An Insightful, ... Tale of Transformation Nov. 22 2003
At twenty-one, that age that bridges the gap between boy and man, a college student's curiosity leads him to a most unusual adventure. On Spring Break, with the help of his girlfriend Cassandra and her shaman housekeeper, Worra, Alan is magically transformed into Allison, a beautiful and ... woman. Allison experiences life as a young woman, culminating with a romantic encounter (and ...) with a man. This lovingly written tale is well-crafted and full of gentle erotica and genuine insight into what it means to be a woman. The protaganist is forever changed by the experience. Thanks to Alan Barrie's book, you will be too.
Diana Hignutt, author of Moonsword
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it ! Nov. 4 2003
By A Customer
I loved this book. (And I'm not transgendered!) Personally, I think that the writing is first rate. I don't at all agree with the few finicky comments by a couple of the readers (who nevertheless give the book four stars and claim to love it). (I suggest that a reader click to read ALL the comments before deciding if this is a book for them.)
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4.0 out of 5 stars A Dream Oct. 29 2003
By Willow
I suspect any transsexuals, and many transgendered and others, will find this to be a fasciating and wonderful read. Not the best written, perhaps, but certainly better than most and a very good and graphic description of what we TS women *wish* could happen. The detail is astounding, the reality (after one accepts the basic premise) absorbing. The run im the park and resulting events is truly gripping, and a lesson well learnt for those in transition.
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