Crossdressing is a collection of erotic stories with the focus on gender bending. Boys as girls, girls as boys, gay and straight, even the transgendered are represented in these 18 stories. Despite the variety, the stories are just not good.
The book opens with “Temporary,” a tale of a M2F transsexual who seduces a straight male dishwasher. Every time it starts to get sexy, some hideous cliche ruins the mood. I think author Tulsa Brown is the only person outside a trashy Harlequin romance to still use “meat” as a euphemism for penis.
Most of the stories are told first person, which, quite frankly, grows tiresome. In a collection that is about gender bending, it is often hard to tell if the narrator is male, female, or someone in between. The stories all feel too awkwardly personal. It is like reading a collection of coming out of the closet stories.
Some of the good: “A Cute Idea” by collection editor Rachel Kramer Bussel is easily the best in the collection. It is a playful and sexy tale of a woman dressing her boyfriend in her sexiest see-through panties. “I Need a Man” is a short, very hot tale of a girl dressing up like a man for her girlfriend.
Some of the not-so-good: “Michelle, Ma Belle” is pretty hot, with a woman dressing up her boyfriend ultra-femme and taking him out on the town. The author races through what could be really hot sex. “Halloween” is so poorly written I couldn’t even get through it. “Just Like a Boy,” about a tomboy who fantasizes about being a real boy, and her boyfriend helping her realize her fantasy, is just plain boring.
All in all, you can get better crossdressing erotica – or any kind of erotica – on LitErotica.com. Save your money and get your dirty stories there.