Title: Change for the Better
Author: Feral Sephrian
Publisher: JMS Books LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Transgender, Erotic Romance
When Flynn meets Tanya at a table-top RPG campaign, his first impression is that she’s the kind of girl he’d like to get to know. He does just that; however, not only does he discover they make a great pair, but he also learns she isn’t really Tanya.
She’s Tony, a pre-treatment transgender man.
Despite being a tried-and-true heterosexual, Flynn chooses to stick with Tony anyway and supports him during transition. Their initial one night stand turns into a wild and dedicated relationship. They — and their RPG characters — face many challenges. Flynn and Tony seem made for each other, the sex is more than incredible, and Flynn is willing to brave it out, but a Willpower check isn’t enough to rid him of his crippling doubts. Will the love they share be enough to overcome the antagonism they face in the real world?
I had a little trouble getting into this book because I am not a gamer, and RPG games and role playing just loses me right off the bat!
Once my eyes unglazed, I was able to concentrate on the characters of Flynn and Tanya/Tony. The instant chemistry and friendship between these two is just perfect. It’s easy to understand why they were just instantly comfortable with each other.
Tanya was honest from the start with Flynn about transitioning into Tony, and that she always knew she was a boy but needed her body to match what her mind knew from the beginning.
Flynn is a wonderful soul, and starting a romantic relationship with Tanya was easy. But the more Tanya became Tony the more straight Flynn started to have doubts.
This is a wonderful and honest story about a complicated issue. Are you still straight because Tony was once a girl, or are you gay because Tony now is a man?
I loved this story and would highly recommend it.
If you are a gamer you are going to love that aspect of this story and if like me you are not, just read through it until you get to the meat of the story, you will love it!
Reviewed by: Cheryl