Male submissives often have a special place in their hearts for aunts. These ladies are often the doorway into effeminacy that some men crave. The novelettes in this book are devoted to ladies of this nature - and often their daughters - who like to dominate males and effeminize them.
"Aunt Rose's Place" tells of a poor young man, engaged into a wealthy family. Visiting his proposed rich aunt-in-law he strives for her approval and perhaps a position within an enterprise of hers. He succeeds only too well.
"Aunt Morag and Her Daughters" tells of a young boy who has a sick mother. Her sister is a registered nurse and comes to stay - and brings her two daughters with her. The boy is extremely grateful and is caught between his natural male instincts and attempting to help his aunt in every way possible. He unintentionally offends her - and has consequences to pay.
"Fanny". An orphaned boy is taken in by a distant relative - that he calls "Aunt". She is a nice lady and, trying to give him equal upbringing with her daughters, soon effectively changes his gender. The fact that he is small in stature, while her daughters are lithe and athletic may have something to do with this
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Published April 16, 2012
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.