Timothy Lustache was born on a sweet fall night, while nurses looked on in professional concern. It is written that the universe's collective response to his birth was, "Meh," and he has never forgotten that.
In between reading too many books and organizing too many books, he writes too many "books".
I downloaded this book out of idle curiosity, and moved on to other stuff, like a good little ADD... sorry, what was I talking about? After banging out a thousand or so words on various stories, I decided to file it properly. Then I started reading. At first, I said, "I'll just read a bit." And I kept thinking, "I'm going to move on to something else." And I just kept reading.
If the author's intent in making this free-as-in-beer was to hook new customers, well, mission fucking accomplished, dude. Just download this book already and give it a shot.
Overall, a decent book. I'm not sure it needed the present tense, and the fact that this is set in the future came as a surprise. That could've been set up earlier. But other than that, it was pretty good.
Read this story first on the EMCSA, and I loved it then. When I saw it was on Smashwords, obviously I was going to buy it. Lesbians, bimbos, and lactation. That's pretty much my three favorite things in erotica. Buy it. Read it.
A very good trio of stories, though I thought the second, "Salt & Pepper", was the weakest. "Sarah" is a great story about a woman who voluntarily goes to the clinic because she wants to be a bimbo. And "Amanda" covers the dangers of walking into a bimboizing clinic if you don't know what exactly happens there. I would definitely recommend this collection to all comers.
Enjoyable, when taken as a whole. I would definitely recommend that you save money, if you want to read this series, and pick up the collection. The series, overall, is a good set of bimbo stories from an author who does a very good job at writing bimbo stories.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and I hope the author will write more straight-up bimbo stories. I liked the characters, and I loved seeing them transform into bimbos, particularly when it was Lesbian Bimbo Time. Moar lesbian bimbos, please. Two great tastes that taste great together.
My first point is... meh. Just... meh. It wasn't exactly what I was looking for, which is not the author's fault, but it did impact my reading experience. My second point, though, is that the story is studded with spelling and grammar errors, and that is definitely the author's fault. I kept getting thrown out of the story by having to figure out what exactly a given sentence was supposed to mean.
I presume this story was written fairly quickly, given that it's one of the Reader's Choice Month stories. If that's the case, than KK deserves a lot of credit here. A very good bimbo story, one that makes me think of "Beverly's Bimbo Birthday Blowout" (in its EMCSA form as "Ashly's Birthday Blowout").