The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Emma has a great relationship with Mark. But there's one problem--Mark always wants to be dominant in the bedroom, but Emma wants to know what it's like to be in charge for once. Things change drastically when Emma finds a magical trinket that puts her in control of Mark's body and mind. Mark is a big, strong, aggressive man--but by the time Emma is done with him, all of that will change! More

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About Cezar Nix

Cezar Nix, going by the handle "qzar9999," has been around in the fetish community for over 15 years, and during that time he's written more than a few stories featuring size-changing fun. He's branching out more now, though his first love will always be shrinking women. His existing (free) stories can be found at places like The Process and Giantess City, as well as his DeviantArt.

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Review by: Karabluegirl7 on March 12, 2015 :
I just finished reading "The Gift that Keeps on Giving" and I really loved it! At first, when I read the description, I wasn't sure there would be enough shrunken girl-on-girl action to satisfy me, but once Mark transformed into 'Marcie", and then got reduced by Emma, it was just as erotic and arousing as one could wish. It was interesting how you explored the idea that dominance or submissiveness has so much to do with what gender we are, how big we are, and how old we are. Usually, I am not a big fan of age regression, but in this case you kept it in bounds by not allowing Marcie to become younger than legal 18. But it was so cute how that change messed with her mind enough to get her confused about who she was and what her role should be. (I also loved the reward Emma gave her for the "fashion show"!)

Again, another fine story that had me very aroused most of the way through, even more so than "Penny's Game", which I also loved. Please don't stop writing in this vein!

(reviewed the day of purchase)
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