Gender Swap Lollipop

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When drug trial participant and college slacker Evan Daniels takes his first dose of MetaboFem, he's in for quite the shock.

Strange and erotic thoughts invade his mind and his body begins to change from male to female!

As the old him fades away and the new girl inside takes over, there is little Evan can do to resist his hot stud of a roommate. More
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About Raminar Dixon

Say my name three times fast if you don't get it.

I'm an accomplished author in traditional fiction, but decided to turn my pen towards the darker side. Now I write almost exclusively erotica.

My goal in writing is to produce steaming hot stories that capture your imagination and turn you on.

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Review by: Kim Lost on Jan. 19, 2016 :
This is a catchy title, isn’t it? It pretty thoroughly sums up the plot, too. You have this slacker guy, Evan, who earns money by participating in clinical trials at the local pharmaceutical company. He is given a hormone therapy in lollipop form (why is the drug shaped like a lollipop, you ask? Because it rhymes) for testing of possible side-effects.

[Unnecessary spoiler alert!]

One major side effect that he notices right away is that it turns him into a girl. Not just any girl, but a very attractive and sexually uninhibited girl. Naturally, the only thing to do in this situation is masturbate with kitchen accessories and then have sex with the muscle-bound roommate.

I hope I’m not being over sensitive here, but it seems odd that his becoming a girl should also coincide with becoming a sex maniac. One could argue that the Lollipop Guild slipped a little something extra in his hormone therapy and that’s why he was suddenly so horny. I guess. To me it seemed to imply all women are secretly lusting for a big, strong man to throw us down and screw our brains out.

Anyway, back to the story. There is some dramatic tension around the fact that even a “drop of semen” deposited in his (her) body will leave Evan unable to return to male form (what could semen possibly have to do with it, you ask? Do you really need to ask?) but generally the plot is on the thin side. The action, however, is quite hot and the writing style is engaging, with only a few phrases here and there that make you say whaaa?

"The tingles had developed past the delicious buzz I had experienced the night before and shook me with a powerful surge of delight each time my finger graced the moistening recess."

I like the idea of a guy getting to see life from the perspective of a girl. I give some credit for that. I mean, what a tremendous learning experience that would be! I just wish this particular guy could have learned something more than how to get laid.

Rating: 3 1/2 stars
Read Time: about 20 minutes
Violence: No
Sex: Yes
Drugs: Lollipops?
(review of free book)

Review by: Kurt on Dec. 02, 2012 :
A nice twist on the transformed by a drug story and presented with a good setup but ultimately never developed to it’s full potential. She was given 14 lollipops but the story ends after she has 2 and he accepts the transformation to quickly. Could have been much better.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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