Cuckolded and Sissified by my Wife’s Futanari BFF: Sissy Feminization Trials #1

MI Eros
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This is a futagirl lesbian, futa on female, Futa Dom male sub, sissified cuckold. Brandy has always been a woman who wonders what it would be like to be a futa. She is finally able to acquire a certain serum and under goes a female to futa transformation. She is elated to have a huge elongated package dangling so gracefully between her thighs, so much so that she’s excited to tell her friend Michelle about it.

It just so happens that Michelle, horny and delicious, needs help sissifying her husband. Roland, Michelle’s cheating husband, is being sissified for a week as punishment for being an infidel. Michelle has him wearing make-up, dresses, panties, heels, the works. Brandy is tickled by the sight of him, and after she reveals her futa-licious treat to Michelle, Michelle gets the idea to have some hot and slippery fun with her, all while making Roland watch.

However, as jealous as Roland is at the sight of his lovely wife being turned on by her futanari BFF, he’s even more humiliated when Michelle has Brandy lift up his dress and bend him over as well. Steamy and gleamy, indeed!
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MI Eros
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Mar 8, 2018
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Pages
36
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ISBN
9788827501900
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English
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Fiction / Erotica / General
Fiction / LGBT / General
Fiction / Romance / Erotica
Fiction / Romance / LGBT / General
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