Blondie's Lost Summer

By K K
eBook (PDF), 163 Pages
(17 Ratings)
Price: $9.95
Florida in the summer is a magnet for boys looking for beautiful beach bunnies. When Carl goes to visit his aunt for the summer, he thinks he's about to be swarmed by these girls. But instead, Carl is going to become one of those girls. 159 page story by KK, 48 color illustrations by Fraylim.
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  • By lefky
    Apr 21, 2013
    I agree with the other reviewers that the artwork was terrific. My only complaint about it was that Candi was almost too perfect. I would have preferred a little more Carl to show through, as in the early pics. But after 30 pages or so, the pics just portrayed a beautiful girl. I guess that was necessary considering how the story ended. The story was only okay. While well-written and some beleivable dialogue, I agree with avent99 that Carl didn't put up enough resistance. I guess Miranda was right that on some deeper level Carl wanted this. The result, however, was insufficient conflict. Nevertheless, I would recommend it to those who like a story about a boy being tricked into becoming girl and then stuck in that role. You should note that there was only one real sexual incident depicted in this story.
  • By LLiano
    Mar 4, 2013
    The art in this story is terrific, but unlike the previous reviewer, I think it compliments a well written story too! The lead character could be deemed clueless, but I thought it was in keeping with his transformation into a dumb blonde! I also liked the way it subverted or sidestepped some of the usual TG tropes. In the plot it's often circumstances or the lead character's own fault that means he ends up deeper and deeper in his feminine role, rather than an evil step mother or aunt. I really enjoyed KK's previous book 'The Show Piece' and this one was even better.
  • By avent99
    Mar 4, 2013
    As evidenced by the cover, this book features great art! However the writing rambles on in a non provocative manner. The main character apparently doesn't want to wear feminine clothes, but he puts up little or no resistance or argument about doing so. Neither does he ask any questions when double Ds grow on his chest. Boring! The art makes it a 2 star, the writing would be a zero.
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Sick Puppy Press
February 26, 2013
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