6. The Sissy Breeders

6. The Sissy Breeders
Author:
Series: The Sissy Breeders, Book 3
Tags: Babyhood, Daddy Dom, Dildos, FemDom, Forced, Gay, Kidnapped, Nanny, Nappies, Sissy Baby, Sissy Girl
Publication Year: 16th October 2017
Length: 38 pages (Kindle)
ASIN: B076HVFTV4
Rating:

The Sissy Breeders: Always On The Hunt

About the Book

Set one year after the events of The Sissy Breeders Inception, The Sissy Breeders is the third book of the Sissy Breeders’ series.


The Sissy Breeders is an established legal and licenced organisation issued and supported by HM Civil Service whose goal is to kidnap and turn handsome young men into sexy Sissy Girls, then to sell them off for a huge profit to their wealthy, yet very secretive, registered clientele across the world.


The hunt is on again for The Sissy Breeders, and Cody Cox (aged 25), becomes their next unlucky subject whose identity and lifestyle will now change forever.

Cody is soon taken by the three gorgeous Sissy Breeders and transported to a place where a wholly new lifestyle and training awaits him…


8 Chapters • Over 9,900 words.


Reviews


Amazon UK – 25th August 2018 – 5 Star Review.

Puggy

Good fun. – Miss Strawberry and her friends at it again! Another pleasant afternoon spent in the company of Jodie Delight’s characters. Well done.


Amazon USA – 18th October 2017 – 3 Star Review.

D.K.

It’s O.K. – This book has a lot of good parts to it. It is arousing if you like this genre of literature, but this book is so fast moving and skips over a lot of what would make it so much better. This book should be like 200 pages or more filled with great descriptions of what’s happening to the main character.

But there is none of that. Just vague telling of what happened already. This would be so good if it just had all the things making the boy into the sissy described and let the reader use their imagination. But it the things that Cody/Chloe goes through is jumped over and rushed like a bullet train to get to the 40 some page ending.

I really wanted to enjoy this, and I did to an extent, but was just disappointed by the shortness of a promising good book that should be so much more.