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Nikki is a young writer from the golden prairies of Alberta, Canada. She spent her schooling years lost in her own imagination, writing everything from articles, screenplays, comic books, and short stories. Obsessed with the idea of love, fascinated with sex and captivated with the art of writing, Nikki decided to become an erotic writer.
Nikki Crescent is a top-selling writer of erotic fiction with over fifty titles across many erotica sub-genres. Her work with transgender fiction has found her on Amazon's best-selling charts many times.
Nikki has recently started an ambitious five-part series that will be released later as a novel. Stay tuned for additions to "Artificial Fantasies".
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So when he’s caught cheating on an assignment, he thinks it’s all over for him. He begs Miss Barrett to spare him, and then her eyes light up with a fun idea, involving short skirts, cute heels, a bit of eyeliner, and a new, promiscuous persona.
The question is: will he be able to say no when they offer him more money to do more than just wear women’s clothing?
And those shots become quite popular on a website called The Trap Lounge—so popular that a mystery client reaches out to Kyle, offering three thousand dollars for every photo-shoot he’s willing to take with similar girly boys.
She was different, but I couldn't put my finger on why...
Jake is getting tired of going on endless amounts of dates that end as one night stands. He's looking for a real relationship, and something that the other girls aren't offering. The only problem is, Jake doesn't know what that 'other thing' is.
After a perfect date with the perfect girl, Jake is about to find out just what that "other thing" is.
Shemale Surprise is 4,700-word erotic book loaded with succulent shemale action.
All of the characters in this work of fiction are over the age of eighteen.
Life isn’t much better with Aunt Fey, at least at first. But it’s only a few weeks before Kenny starts to notice strange changes to his body. His hips are widening, his skin is softening, and a pair of subtle lumps are starting to form on his chest. If he didn’t know any better, he would think that he’s going through some sort of female puberty! But even that doesn’t really explain his sudden desire to try on the cute outfits he finds around Aunt Fey’s house.
The show turns out to be okay. Preston is even a bit impressed. Then, Cory gets called up onto the stage. The star hypnotist puts Cory into a trance in front of everyone. He tells him that he will be a bubbly, flirty, outgoing girl when he comes out of his trance. Then he wakes him up by clinking a glass. For ten minutes, Cory acts like a ditsy girly girl on stage, trying on outfits and winking at boys in the crowd. Then the hypnotist clinks the glass again and Cory turns back to normal.
Preston thought it was just harmless fun, and then, once they get home, Preston clinks a glass unknowingly while making a coffee. The next thing he knows, his roommate is prancing around the house, looking for makeup and cute outfits. And when he comes out from the hypnotic state, he can’t remember anything.
After a long week of listening to his classmates calling Iris mean names, Ryan decides to confront her after school, to help her feel better. The two quickly form a bond and Iris spills her guts, telling Ryan about her divorcing parents and her status-obsessed mother. Apparently, her mother even makes her wear the old private-school uniform out of the house so the neighbors won’t find out that she’s actually now going to a public-school.
Now, Iris thinks Ryan can help her out. She wants clothes—regular girl clothes—so she sends Ryan to the mall with all of her allowance. “Buy me some outfits and hide them in your locker,” she says. Ryan reluctantly agrees to the task, but he has no idea that it’s just the beginning of his own radical feminization.
It comes out every night and moves around the house, making floorboards groan and walls creak. Dave has heard it giggling and humming like something from a horror film. Contractors run away after going into the basement, and things get scary whenever Dave tries to make any changes to the old home.
Something doesn’t want Dave there, but it’s willing to make a deal. If Dave wants to live in the house, he’ll have to pay the hung, haunting succubus with his body.
After waiting for hours at the Reality headquarters, he finally gets taken down to the basement to test out the newest unit. It’s their most realistic simulation yet, supposedly indistinguishable from real life. Calum is nervous, having never been sedated before, but he needs the money. It’s only a one-hour test, after all.
But there are a few things they failed to mention to Calum. One hour in the simulation is one minute in real life, so his hour will feel more like sixty hours. And he won’t have any control over the creation of his avatar; his character has already been created for him, and he’s certainly not expecting to be thrust into the body of a young, beautiful woman.
It’s a few months later when Todd turns on his TV and sees one of those pictures of him all dolled up and pretty. He hasn’t just been submitted to the town’s Miss Beautiful contest—he’s won it. And now he’s expected to make an appearance on live TV, and a few other appearances around town as well.
But his luck is about to turn around. One night, in a dark pub, he meets a mysterious woman. She’s tall, blonde, curvy, and beautiful—and she has red skin. Carrick is the only person who can see her. She claims she can give Carrick a better life, as long as he’s willing to submit himself to her impressive endowment.
For Arthur, it’s hardly an inconvenience. He can’t wait to be surrounded by young, beautiful college girls. It seems like a blessing until he starts to find himself overwhelmed by nonstop girliness and pushed into reluctant femininity.