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From Pool Boy to Party Girl

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“From Pool Boy to Party Girl” is a gay, positive feminization novella.

Milos just turned eighteen and is still a virgin... and is questioning his sexuality.

Sebastian is a thirty-two-year-old professor who’s been watching him for three years.

Sebastian patiently guides Milos from awkward young boy to looking like a beautiful girl.

When “Millie” gets comfortable enough to becom
Published September 4th 2020 by Smashwords, Inc.
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Ash Knight
Sep 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This story had so many emotional components, I was pulled in immediately.

Sebastian is a Dom who has been watching over Miles, the club pool boy, for years just waiting for him to become of age and ready for all of the things that Sebastian has been dreaming of doing to him. But, with a bit of a kink.

Miles has no idea what he's going to do with his life, still living with his parents and going to school, but he knows that when Sebastian asks for something, he'll do anything to give it to him.

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B.J. Frazier is a published author of erotica from the U.S. B.J.'s professional résumé includes time spent as a high school English teacher, advertising executive and business owner. B.J. draws on all three backgrounds to create believable and relatable characters and stories.

B.J. also writes from personal experience in Femdom, which adds realism to the stories.

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