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Freshman Futa: The Secret Message continues the story, picking events up the next morning, as Morgan helps her innocent young roommate navigate her waFreshman Futa: The Secret Message continues the story, picking events up the next morning, as Morgan helps her innocent young roommate navigate her way to the showers before class. Like Shelly, we learn the rules of college (and futa) life from Morgan, including the important distinction between feminine sitters and more dominant standers in the bathroom. She seems to be above all the hormones and pheromones, and only shares a shower for convenience.
Not surprisingly, Kim and her entourage show up in the showers, and what happens next continues that theme of darkness, dubious consent, and public humiliation. It is a very edgy scene, almost to the point of being difficult to read, but there is an underlying theme of eroticism to it that is incredibly powerful. More importantly, that encounter has consequences, adding a layer of unexpected depth to the story.
As for the message of the title, it is a wrong number that draws Shelly out of her shell, bringing her very close to realizing her increasingly erotic dreams of submission.
I like to consider myself to be reasonably athletic and in pretty decent shape. I hit the gym a couple of times a week to work my belly, butt, and legI like to consider myself to be reasonably athletic and in pretty decent shape. I hit the gym a couple of times a week to work my belly, butt, and legs, and then read for a half hour while I do the reclining bike. I wish I could do more, push myself harder, but self-discipline is something of a challenge for me.
Having said that, my pitiful little challenges have nothing on poor Tomoka. Not only is she a well-hung and perpetually-aroused, but she is training in the art of futahimedo, the legendary futanari fighting style, at the Futa Dojo. And, as if that were not challenge enough, it appears Kella Z. Driel is a cruel taskmistress indeed, for Tomoka has been designated for Futanari Denial Training!
This was such fun, a real tease-and-denial story, complete with erotic bondage. Tomoka spends most of the story tied up and in chastity, while her fellow students poke, prod, stoke, and slap her with their hard, glistening futa members. The idea is to push her arousal to the extremes, to force her beyond her limits, in what I guess could be called mental edging, since her own member cannot actually touched.
As for what it is all leading up to, what the goal of such training might be? Well, you will have to discover that for yourself, but there is a narrative climax here that I absolutely adored, and a sexual climax that still has me breathing heavy. An oddly intimate little story, tightly focused, and focused more on the tease than release, it will make you wish for some Futa Dojo training of your own.
Seriously, if Fang Li ran my gym, I would be in such good shape! :)
Back Where He Belongs is a sweet, happy, funny romance about two adorable men who reunite after years apart . . . and indulge in a little kinky puppyBack Where He Belongs is a sweet, happy, funny romance about two adorable men who reunite after years apart . . . and indulge in a little kinky puppy play. Yes, I know what you are thinking, but the combination really works. Isobel Starling does such a marvelous job of establishing Kier and Douglas as characters, establishing their history, and deepening their relationship, that the transition from awkward reunion to hot, kinky sex is not entirely natural, as if the story could not have gone anywhere else without us raising our eyebrows.
This is a story about love, trust, and commitment. Kier and Douglas were madly in love, once upon a time, but Kier was still very much in the closet and not ready to proclaim his love to the world. It is pure chance that reunites them, but there are issues to be worked through before they can think of being back together.
I loved how the story played out, with Kier's desperate longing seemingly denied at every turn. It is not a harsh story or a cruel story, not by any means, but a realistic one where a grand gesture is needed to re-open another's heart. There is even a little bit of comic mistaken identity to cast some doubt as to where Douglas' heart lies. The puppy play is both a callback to their happier times and a gateway to their future, with the submission, the power play, and the role of belonging at the heart of the story. It is only a small part of the story in terms of page count, but such a huge part in terms of significance.
If you are a fan of M/M romance, true love, and second chances, Back Where He Belongs is just an altogether lovely story.