Trevor Bruhn


Mature male, west coast USA


Chromosome Dominion
In a near future, women everywhere around the world push patriarchy aside and take power. In the USA and other democracies, men are still citizens but they must adjust to female leadership. To quote Claire Underwood, it is My Turn.
Dominion Vote
Price: $2.99 USD.
Dominion Vegas
Price: $1.99 USD.
The Borrowed Generation
Price: $3.99 USD.


The Borrowed Generation
Series: Chromosome Dominion. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 80,890. Language: English. Published: October 20, 2019 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Sci-Fi Erotica
In a near-future USA, women rule society and men defer to and obey the women in their lives. Megan Lansdowne teaches political science and sees the choice between a femdom gynarchy and a democratic matriarchy. Carl Farnelli finds evidence of a gynarchist plot to seize power. Megan and Carl save the nation for a democratic matriarchy.
Landing Day: Dominion Confirmed
Series: Chromosome Dominion. Price: $1.50 USD. Words: 8,150. Language: English. Published: August 30, 2019 . Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
Several years after women take the reins of political power worldwide, Earth is visited by the Comporellians, a branch of humanity where the female gender is preponderant. They offer advanced technology to avert a pending ecological collapse here. The price is the services of millions of young men on their world to fix a sperm and testosterone decline in their own men.
Dominion Vote
Series: Chromosome Dominion. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 26,980. Language: English. Published: July 4, 2014 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Sci-Fi Erotica
Power has shifted to the female gender in other areas, but politics and government remain the last refuge of patriarchy. Now the matriarchy will be ushered in by its new political party, the Clean House Party.
Dominion Vegas
Series: Chromosome Dominion. Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 22,000. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2013 . Categories: Fiction » Erotica » Sci-Fi Erotica
Eric stayed away from the dominant women who run things now, until he met Samantha, who covets him for a house-husband. The new matriarchy has changed some rules to help her break down his resistance. Eric is slowly progressing toward her goal until one day when Sam has to bend one of those rules and he must decide whether to leave her or stay.

Smashwords book reviews by Trevor Bruhn

  • The Ancestors of Star on Aug. 06, 2013

    Gaius writes in a small sub-genre of erotica called soft femdom: romances where the woman is in charge of the whole relationship, without the conventions of BDSM or the trappings of the dominatrix. Elaine Yellow Star uses no whips, wears no stiletto-heeled black leather boots; she dominates the younger Tim by force of personality. The tale is set in New Mexico, on the bleak reservation of the fictional Lagalero tribe. The author has blended cultural elements of the Navajo and Pueblo peoples--the kind of details that so enliven Tony Hillermnan's mysteries--to imagine the Lagalero. The overall plot arc--will Tim stay on after his year on the rez or return to a conventional middle class life in Illinois--is well paced. A number of sub-plots, some quite compelling, enliven the lives of Star and Tim and s vividly realized supporting cast of Anglo and Indian characters. In short, there is a lot of local color to make a rich background for the steamy sex episodes.
  • Women's World, USA on Aug. 11, 2014

    Ever since Euripedes, story tellers have wondered how women would run things if they had the power. In this tale, the American government becomes overwhelmingly female and the economy runs better. Only problem is, the status of men is way down. They lose a number of Constitutional rights, starting with the 19th amendment and then the 2nd, gun ownership, the 7th, trial by jury of peers, and the 8th, cruel and unusual punishment. As for that strength difference, a statute prohibits men from learning martial arts while all women become adept. Most men have to stay home as house-husbands and wives mete out corporal punishment for lapses. Power corrupts, and a number of wicked women appear in the story abusing male victims. The main female character, Emily, is a decent, albeit very alpha, woman,very fond of her husband Corey, although he does have a tendency to foul up and forget what she tells him to do. The fastest way to a boy's brain is thru his butt, she tells him as she orders him to strip and lie over her knees. She enjoys spanking him more than she expects, and works on sorting out her feelings. Dialog and narrative are well written, and the plot picks up about a third of the way through, after some tedious scene-setting. Corey precipitates several crises, the climax coming at the flogging post of a rather sadistic lady sheriff. Absolute power corrupts absolutely, the second half of the Acton quote, is not as apt here. The USA still seems to be a democracy for one gender, about like it was for the other (white) gender back in 1820. It closes with a hint that Emily and other women of good will are going to work on tweaking that statute that authorizes sheriffs to administer public floggings to recalcitrant husbands. So maybe a few of the matriarchy's excesses will be tempered.