The Fair Sea Maidens: A Sensual Tale (The World of Femina Book 1) – Kindle edition by Dan Standing, L. Frank Baum. Literature & Fiction Kind Do you like longer transformation stories where the characters live with the changes made to them? Do you like old fantasy adventures updated for a mature erotic taste? Okay, …

HELD WITHIN 184 | Dan Standing on Patreon Wow, 184 pages of this erotic transformation comic and I am only now putting in some lipples!

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“Well then, if I’m going to constantly have my body on display, let’s make yours one that’s a little harder to cover up…” Maisie grinned, picking her cards up from the nearby coffee table. She pulled TRUTH out and handed it to Olivia, “The truth is your titties are double in size, sensitivity, and number!” …

Now for sale on Amazon and available to KindleUnlimited users! When a vain woman is accidentally delivered a genie, she thinks she can use her wishes to become more buxom than the busty djinn before her. But the mischievous magic minx may have more in mind than her mistress means… This 3,500+ word scene includes …

Now available on Amazon.com and KindleUnlimited! Julie Saunders wanted a change of pace, something to perk up her look. And the Wishr app seemed like the perfect thing; submit three wishes and select from a variety of offers on how they could be granted. But Julie quickly finds that each wish comes with a twist …

THE FAIR SEA MAIDENS is now available to read on KindleUnlimited! An erotic re-working of L. Frank Baum’s THE SEA FAIRIES finds young woman Haute and her lover Corporal Cal on an adventure after wishing she could meet real mermaids. Transformed into mermaids themselves, they are whisked away to meet royalty, sea life, and danger! …

Comic Review: SKEEMA #1 (1996) [multiple breasts]

I’ve stated before how much I really hate picking apart self-published comics. In the 1990s serious effort and money was required to get a comic anywhere near complete, let alone printed, published, and distributed. It is a process of dedication I can only respect. Unfortunately, that doesn’t change the fact that many of these efforts …