Suddenly Sexy (Book 2 of "The Taboo Transformation")

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Jane Richardson's experiment has been incredibly successful. A medical researcher, her body is transforming to become more feminine, a result of her gene-splicing technique.

But her family wants to join the fun. Her two nieces convince her to try her procedure on them. What will happen when the three women realize the consequences of their actions? Because they are all...Suddenly Horny! More

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About Alana Church

Born and raised in Illinois, Alana attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, graduating with a degree in Education in 1994. She soon found out that the teaching life was not for her, and after a series of adventures has settled down in the Chicago suburbs, where she works for a telecommunications company.

Alana lives alone, surrounded by books, pictures, a pile of story ideas, and a turtle named Pedro.

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About the Series: The Taboo Transformation
Infuriated when short-sighted bureaucrats decide to halt her research into genetic manipulation, Dr. Jane Richardson decides to test her technique on herself, injecting herself with the genes of a beautiful young actress.

Now her body is changing, her libido is growing, her chest is expanding, and no one around her is safe from her carnal urges. Because Jane Richardson is...SUDDENLY HORNY.

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Damien Osborne reviewed on on Sep. 10, 2016

This is significantly better than the first book, and I think it might be my favourite book from Alana.

The characters are more alive, and their actions seem more true to themselves than just to serve the plot (even in spite of me wanting some characters to do something other than what they did). There is conflict and it is more meaningful because it's not written in a way that paints the situation as only "us vs them", and the outcomes of those confrontations are not just dictated by the protagonist.

One other great thing about the book is that it is very humorous. A lot of the humour in her prior books fell flat because most of the jokes were set up only to discredit all the characters who weren't a main protagonist, but the jokes in this book are very self-deprecating and would be funny to think about.

All-in-all, a fantastic sequel!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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