"Tirrell's stepmother is serious: at the beginning she wishes she could confess to a priest, but she's too ashamed. The set-up here doesn't go for laughs; it's perfectly realistic: a mother and son watch old movies together -- on a "way-too-big flat screen TV my husband insisted on buying last..." Darren
"Give me more! I am loving these bundled book collections. I can't believe I haven't discovered these gems in Tina Tirrell's catalog before!" Jay Mathews
"Detail of her pleasing him was nicely done. What I especially enjoyed was the change mentally didn't feel rushed. Many stories of this transformation type go to double digit IQ far too quickly, so kudos there! My only personal nitpick would have been to have seen more detail of her bosoms swelling,..." Joel Snitzer
"Reading Laundry Day made me feel like being a young girl again secretly reading the "good parts" of the romance novels and men's magazines I managed to get my hands on. The book is just a touch romantic with this sense of humor I just want more of. Cheri Lille is an author like..." Roxanne Bordeaux
"Oh, God, it hurts so good. I have never felt that way reading any forced fem material in my life! You've figured us out, Tina Tirrell. You know how to write 'great fetish.' I don't know how you crawled right into my mind, pulled out my own fantasies, and wrote with that..." Rick S.