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Posted August 2, 2011
One complaint I have is that the description of this story, here, is very lacking. One might even infer a feminization story! It couldn't be further from the truth.
This is the story of Jenna, the high school senior and long-time tomboy, who wakes up and declares to all and sundry, "I'm a girl!" Her mother excited, her brother Jimmie bewildered but supportive, she finds herself willingly going to school in a dress for the first time in years. What happens at school, and then what happens at home, are devastating. Feeling broken, battered, and frightened, she wonders how she can cope with the attacks.
For my part, I didn't enjoy the rape depicted herein. It's brutal, lengthy, vivid, and shown from the point of view of a lost, hurt high school girl. It is, however, a vital part of the story. I liked the methodical way that Jenna found to overcome her revulsion, and the way she faced her fears head-on. I liked Amicus' descriptive ability, and the scenario he paints. The ending left a little bit to be desired. Obviously we want our lovers to find their way in the world, to escape the pain in which they'd found each other, but it really seems like a pat ending. Not quite a "deus ex machina", it was still a little rushed. Still, I liked the story, and the build-up of the erotic was very nice. The language is much more smutty romance novel than Penthouse Forums...which worked better in a romance like this. Compared to a lot of the 99¢ books out there, this is a lengthy read, though I still thought the price was a mite high. That, of course, is because I'm cheap. :)
Important to know, the keywords for this story are rape, incest (which was consensual), recovery, and romance