There was a great review on a story that I published recently called The Boys of Alpha Theta Nu. I love the review, which is overwhelmingly positive as you can see:
“The story is large and would not be considered a short story. What Gable and company do so well for the story is how they well they entrap and step up the boys, it is beautifully done! Gable has stated that character development is her strength, I have to respectfully disagree. It is the way the girls set up the boys to fall into a trap and the only way to get out is to go in deeper.
The sex scenes are hot! The outfits range from cute to slutty. Gable is not as descriptive as other authors in the genre, but its ok because it allows the reader to add to the imagination. The language is never really vulgar, but instead honest.
Just to put this out there the erotic school girl movie that our three heroines starred in cannot be topped and it is one of the highlights of the story.”
See—positive. My problem is that there were two writers on this story. I’m one of them. However, apparently, I’m a company as the reviewer refers to the two of us as Gable and company. How rude. Anyway, I really love the picture he did. You can visit his blog, which is all about forced feminization stories and art here.