The story is told from the perspective of Krista, a woman who has pushed herself to reach the pinnacle of female bodybuilding in the 1980s. She is approached by a schmoe- and I use the term precisely, here- named Charles, who screws up his courage and asks her on a date, which she accepts. They date for a time, but Krista eventually decides she wants more out of a relationship. Before she can break it off, however, she and Charles are kidnapped and transferred to a hidden facility where she is put on a new, brutal steroid and training regimen and conditioned to take her anger and frustration out on the schmoe. Eventually, she and Charles escape, but not before Krista has grown so overwhelming big and muscular that she feels she can no longer be seen in public.
Without giving away the final denouement, I will say this: the story was a fun read, with very few surprises. It wasn't overwhelmingly long and the plot mainly served as a framework for exploring Krista's muscles and growth. Charles development was, perhaps, a bit predictable, but the way it was told made the end of the story thoroughly enjoyable. I would definitely recommend this story to anyone who enjoys the aesthetic appeal of massive muscle women; additionally, there are a number of times when Krista demonstrates that she is not only big, but also immensely powerful.
This book is a solid purchase for any sthenolagniac or cratolagniac.
(reviewed 52 days after purchase)